In this episode of The Pet Factor, Dr. Jim and Brittney talk about Addison’s Disease in pets, a disease resulting from decreased adrenal gland function. They discuss the symptoms, diagnosis and treatment. The Pet Health News Segment includes a story on Facial Recognition App for dogs, aimed at reuniting lost pets with their owner; the approval of a new oral Flea Preventative for cats, Credelio Cat from, Elanco; and a warning about everyday items that can be toxic to your pet’s kidneys. In the Case of the Week, the hosts talk about Per who got sick after eating cashews and almonds. Brittney discusses winter foot care for dogs in Tech Tips.
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