Holiday pet safety is critical for households with pets. Read our expert guide to keeping your dogs, cats and other animals safe this holiday season.
If your dog’s blood test results come back with higher-than-normal liver values, your vet may recommend a liver biopsy — but only after a few more noninvasive tests are performed.
House-training isn’t the only thing to be aware of when you bring your new puppy home. Here’s what to consider in the first 30 days after adopting a puppy.
The risk posed to other cats depends on a few factors, such as their age and how much they interact with the FeLV-positive cat.
Veterinary technicians have a crap job at times (literally), but they are the driving forces that keep your vet’s office running smoothly.
When pet stores mistreat the animals they’re trying to sell, these poor pets may never make it to their forever home. Here’s one recent example.
Yes, specialists can add to the cost of care, but referrals to specialists also mean that your pet is getting overall better treatment.
If your veterinarian asks you to get a radiology consult for your pet, do it — it’s well worth the money, and here’s why.
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, dog cloning might become a legitimate choice for pet lovers. But don’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. Dog breed snobbery is dead.
Do not pick up a stray cat. It’s best not to risk it — cats who are unknown to you and your other pets may cause real harm. Here’s what to do instead.
Debarking is inhumane. Instead, you can use noninvasive training methods to help curb your dog’s excessive barking. You just have to put in the work.
Dogs pant to keep cool, but if it becomes excessive, there’s a chance that it’s a symptom of an underlying disease.
These flea and tick preventives are chewable alternatives to spot-on treatments. But are they safe? Here’s why we’re concerned about them.