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5 Common Pet Health Issues in Rancho Cucamonga

Pets are susceptible to many of the same health problems people are. Every health issue needs to be addressed by a veterinarian in Rancho Cucamonga, especially pet pain management. If you have any doubts about your pet’s health, schedule an appointment with your vet as soon as possible. Here are some of the most common dog and cat health issues to be aware of.

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Vomiting is a common problem in both dogs and cats. Vomiting in cats or dogs may be caused by eating something poisonous, a urinary tract disease or in cats it may be due to hairballs. Symptoms generally include abdominal heaving and drooling.  


Feline Lower urinary tract diseases (FLUTD) often occur in cats that are overweight, stressed and/or eating a poor diet. FLUTD can be painful, so getting pet pain management in Rancho Cucamonga is essential. Symptoms may include bloody urine, lack of appetite, straining to urinate and/or crying when urinating.


Fleas are an extremely common concern for dogs and cats. It only takes a few weeks for one flea to turn into an infestation. Signs your pet may have fleas include hair loss, excessive licking, biting at the skin and scratching, hot spots and flea dirt on your dog’s skin.

Kidney Disease

Kidney disease is common in senior cats, but dogs and cats of all ages can develop kidney disease. It is extremely important to have your pet tested by your veterinarian in Rancho Cucamonga CA if you suspect a problem with their kidneys. Kidney disease may be painful, so pet pain treatment may be necessary.


Diabetes is common in both cats and dogs. Fortunately, it can generally be controlled with diet and exercise, but it is critical that treatment is started at the first signs of diabetes, so take your pet to the animal hospital in Rancho Cucamonga if you notice symptoms, such as excessive urination, excessive thirst and/or fatigue.

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Keep in mind that many of the common health issues dogs and cats face can be prevented and/or treated when caught early. So, if you suspect your pet may have any type of health issues, you should take them to the vet in Rancho Cucamonga as soon as possible.

Contact Day Creek Animal Hospital to schedule your pet’s wellness exam.

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