Having your pet see a specialist can add to the cost of their care, but it also helps their chances of receiving effective treatment.
Keeping pets safe and enjoying pet-friendly neighborhoods and lifestyles are important to this generation.
If your vet asks you to get a radiology consult for your pet, do it — it’s well worth the money.
Veterinarians have to be extra vigilant these days in how they prescribe controlled drugs to pets in need of pain relief.
With Barbra Streisand giving credibility to this icky practice, cloning just may become a legitimate choice for pet lovers. But if you’re smart, you won’t fall for it.
It’s not the breed of dog that’s important — it’s the connection you forge with them when they become part of your family.
Don’t wait — see the vet right away if your dog is eating poorly or has stopped altogether.
First things first: Have a game plan ready well before a true pet emergency strikes.
It’s best not to risk it — cats who are unknown to you and your other pets may cause real harm if you come into contact with them.
You can use noninvasive training methods to help curb your dog’s excessive barking. You just have to put in the work.