More than 50% of Canadian households own a pet, translating to 6,000,000 (6 million) 8,000,000 (8 million) cats. Pet ownership has quadrupled since the mid 1960’s, making more homes now have cats and dogs than there are homes which have children. The most common reasons of death for cats are cancer and kidney failure, with dogs being more dependant on size, age, and breed. Large dogs are more likely to die from cancer whilst small dogs tend to have problems with metabolic processes. Younger dogs...
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