Wondering if you really need pet insurance? Yes, you definitely do — and here’s why. Print out our handy checklist for comparing pet insurance policies.
Heartworm symptoms in dogs can take months to appear. Here are some of the common warning signs.
In this expert guide to how to calm dogs and cats during thunderstorms and other loud noises, we’ll discuss what works — and what doesn’t.
Remove mats from a longhaired cat the right way: Don’t use scissors. Why? Because it’s really easy to cut the skin — and painful.
There are times when you should worry about a dog’s dry nose, but most of the time you don’t have to be too concerned.
The key symptoms of bloat in dogs are a rapidly swelling tummy and nonproductive retching or vomiting.
Taking your pet in for surgery can be an emotional experience. Here is our complete guide to what you can expect when your pet is having surgery.
Cuddly? Sure. But caring for pet rabbits takes some work. This expert guide to caring for pet rabbits can help you decide if this is the right pet for you.
Summertime means sun and fun, but it’s also a time to use some common sense. Read this expert guide to keeping dogs safe in hot weather.
There are a number of dog ear infection treatment options. For dogs with chronic ear infections, finding the right solution may take some trial and error.
Veterinarians still get a lot of resistance about spaying or neutering pets. In this expert guide, we discuss the benefits and risks.
In this expert guide to pregnant cat care, you’ll learn what to expect, what to feed a pregnant cat, how long before the kittens should be weaned and more.
Ear mites are annoying for our pets and pretty gross all around. Here’s what you need to know about ear mites treatment in dogs, cats and rabbits.
If your cat or dog’s eye looks painful and abnormal, it could be a pet eye emergency — seek veterinary care right away.
These scenarios may indicate a problem with your ferret’s health.