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Hyperkalemia in felines

Decreased urinary excretion of potassium is the most important cause of hyperkalemia in feline practice. It usually results from urethral obstruction, ruptured bladder, and anuric or oliguric renal failure.

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Dogs and chocolate toxicity

Delicious to human but toxic to dogs, chocolate is toxic to dogs and other pets at certain doses. Chocolate poisoning is a problem that occurs mainly in dogs but also occurs occasionally in cats or other animals.

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Laminitis in horses

Laminitis is most commonly found in horses, it is a painful condition that affects the feet of the equine family. By understanding different causes of laminitis, we can assess a different methods of prevention and treatment.

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