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.
The truth is we don’t know what the long-term effects are, so use common sense when it comes to diffusing essential oils around pets.
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.
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.
Climate change is already affecting our pets, putting them at higher risk of nasty mosquito- and tick-borne diseases like heartworm and Lyme disease.
Pandora syndrome in cats can be painful, but not all hope is lost. Studies now suggest that lowering stress can help or even cure this condition.
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.