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If your cat is constipated, check out these tips for constipation treatments.
The cause of constipation in dogs can be something as minor as diet or as serious as a neuromuscular or metabolic disorder. Learn about the triggers and causes of constipation in dogs here.
While not the most serious of ailments, constipation in dogs can be uncomfortable, and can possibly indicate that he’s suffering from something more critical. Learn the signs of dog constipation here.
Find out if your cat is constipated by checking out the symptoms of constipation here.
Megacolon and obstipation are both constipation-related illnesses in dogs. Learn more about them here and how they can be treated.
Keeping your cat well-hydrated goes a long way toward preventing constipation. Find out how to keep your cat well-hydrated and prevent constipation here.
Constipation in dogs can be uncomfortable, and can possibly indicate that he’s suffering from something more critical. Learn about the treatments of dog constipation here.
A cat may be unable to or reluctant to defecate due to illness, injury, a change in food, stress and even age. Learn more about the causes of feline constipation here.