Dogs who eat too quickly can suffer from digestive problems, some of which may be serious. Here’s why your dog eats so fast — and how you can help.
Abscesses — painful infected wounds — usually require a vet visit. Quick, proper cat abscess treatment usually means a better outcome.
Treating insect stings on dogs requires a few household items and a lot of love. Relieve your dog from painful bites or stings with these helpful hints.
As laws change and the use of this drug becomes more prevalent, marijuana toxicity in pets is on the rise. Edibles with chocolate are the worst.
Your vet wants to help you and your pet in times of crisis, and this entails making tough decisions together. Here’s the truth about veterinary upsells.
The doodle craze is just like every other breed craze where popularity leads to problematic breeding.
Episodes of reverse sneezing in dogs usually last a minute or less. This snorting is your dog’s attempt to clear the back of their throat from irritants.
Sadly, animal shelters are beginning to report an uptick in abandoned pets. Please read this pre-adoption checklist before you go get a new pet.
In this expert guide, we discuss the pros and cons of vaccinating your dog or cat — and what to expect after your pet gets vaccinated.
Here’s what you should expect when the veterinarian says your pet needs a dental exam or procedure. Plus, the facts versus myths.
The most common causes of coughing in a dog include kennel cough, chronic bronchitis and collapsing trachea.
If your cat is scared of the vet and fights you on getting into the carrier, read these expert tips to make your vet visit go much easier.
Veterinary telemedicine can never replace an in-office exam. But during the COVID-19 pandemic especially, it can be a game-changer for people with pets.
“Can I give COVID-19 to my dog or cat?” “Can I get it from them?” Here are some answers to questions you may have, plus lots of helpful information.
Don’t expect to be able to simply walk into the veterinary clinic with your pet. Here’s what to know about going to the vet during the COVID-19 pandemic.