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Q & A: Hairballs in dogs

Q: Why don’t dogs struggle with hairballs? A: Cats spend much time grooming themselves, which predisposes them to getting hairballs. Dogs don’t groom as excessively

Q & A: Rabbit hairballs

Q: How do I prevent my rabbit from having problems with hairballs? A: Diet can help. Hairballs can occur in rabbits who are fed an

Q & A: Hairballs in dogs

Q: Do dogs also struggle with hairballs? A: Cats spend much time grooming themselves, which predisposes them to getting hairballs. Dogs don’t groom as excessively

Q & A: Hairballs

Q: I suspect that my cat often gets hairballs stuck in his throat. Is it common, and how can I treat it? A: Cats get

Hairball havoc solutions

Cats spend many hours of their lives grooming themselves. It keeps their coat soft, clean from debris and dead hair as well as stimulating blood

Managing your cat’s hairballs

Cats are avid self-groomers and will often spend hours at this task. Although it leaves us with a lovely clean cat, the hair that accumulates

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