If your kitten’s sneezing won’t go away, it might be a sign of something serious. Here’s how to assess things so you can go see your vet with the details.
Got an older cat? You should be aware of the common signs of aging and understand how important veterinary checkups are as your cat gets older.
If your dog’s potty habits change or you notice additional symptoms, a urinary tract infection (UTI) may be to blame.
If you’re considering trimming your cat’s nails for the first time, it can seem like a daunting task. Here’s some expert advice from a veterinarian.
Kennel cough in dogs isn’t usually a grave condition — in most cases, your vet can help you tackle this disease and get your dog back to good health.
Today, survival rates are 75–80% with intensive veterinary care. Even so, parvo in puppies is still a very serious, sometimes fatal disease.
DHPP and DHLPP (also known as Da2PP) are important vaccines that dogs need to help protect them against diseases. Here’s what you need to know.
Chocolate can be very toxic to your dog — but the amount and type of chocolate matters a lot. Here’s what you need to know.
Ectropion in dogs — where their eyelids droop or roll away from the eye — may require surgery, but it depends on the severity of the condition.
Entropion in dogs often requires surgery performed by a skilled veterinary surgeon. Learn more about this eye condition in our expert guide.
If your dog’s tummy turned black, trauma such as chronic licking, scratching or a skin infection could have happened months ago.
While prevention is always the preferred way to protect pets from parasites, infected dogs can fully recover.
Some people think their dogs’ dewclaws should be removed. But dewclaw removal is necessary only in cases of severe injury or disease.
The most common causes of coughing in a dog include kennel cough, chronic bronchitis and collapsing trachea.
Worms in dogs or cats can be a startling discovery. See the veterinarian right away to give your pet the best chance of effective treatment and recovery.