The decision to euthanize a pet is not an easy one to make, but there can be other factors for and against the procedure.
Deciding not to spay a female dog or cat can have serious consequences. One serious condition is pyometra, and it can be life-threatening.
When the disease is advanced or when medical treatment has failed, then surgery can be recommended. Learn more about treatment options here.
Amputation is a difficult decision, but in some cases it can be the best course of action for your pet’s health.
There are several foods that are toxic to animals. To ensure safety, check out our quick list of top 10 foods that can harm your pet.
Skunk spray toxicosis causes a reaction similar to the damage that onions and garlic can do in dogs, and it can even be fatal.
Do you know how to keep your pet away from toxins? Dr. Phil Zeitzman, DVM, shares three pet poison emergencies and what you can learn from these stories.
Attention pet owners: Up to 35% of veterinarians report that a pharmacy has altered their prescription. Here’s what you need to know!
These days, animal poison control centers receive thousands of calls across North America about accidental xylitol poisoning in pets.
Veterinary surgeon Phil Zeltzman discusses why tail amputation may sometimes be required with a pet, and what to expect after surgery.