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January 16, 2020 35 min
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In our 21st edition of The Pet Factor we talk about Fatty Liver Syndrome in cats, also known as Yellow Cat disease and Hepatic Lipidosis. We’ll go over the causes, diagnosis and treatment as well as prognosis if your cat develops this serious condition. In Pet News, we have a story warning about the fake CND pet products inundating the market and why vets are reluctant to prescribe these products; Brittney talks about the two breeds recently recognized by the AKC; The American Veterinary Medical Foundation provides matching funds for donations to help Australian Veterinarians dealing with the wildfires in their country. Our case of the week involves the potential pitfalls of traveling internationally with your pet. In Tech Tips, Brittney helps you find your ideal cat carrier for any purpose.

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