“Eye proptosis” is what happens when a dog’s eye pops out of its socket. Yes, it really does happen, and it requires immediate attention.
This really makes our blood boil. Would anyone think it was OK to cut off a newborn baby’s little finger for the sake of fashion?
Dogs are living longer, but this means more of them are living with arthritis. These 10 methods of treating arthritis in dogs can give pets their bounce back.
A Staphylococcus bacterial infection can be deadly serious, but there are ways to minimize its spread and prevent the condition in your dog.
Just like us, dogs and cats can suffer from high blood pressure, or hypertension, and need regular screenings to detect it. Here’s what you need to know.
Coprophagia is a common problem. Here’s what you should know — along with a few different strategies to put a stop to it right now.
Glow sticks are common at parties, carnivals and even Halloween, but what happens if your dog or cat chews on one?
Your German Shepherd’s back legs might look a lot different from those of the dogs in the show ring. Why is that?
Creating a fire escape plan ensures you are prepared to save your pets in the event of a fire emergency. Find out how to get started.
Dr. Michel Selmer, DVM, discusses pet food allergies and how a simple blood test is revealing a wealth of information.
Pets commonly suffer from upset digestive systems. But sometimes vomiting and diarrhea in dogs and cats can indicate a serious illness.
No, diabetes is not a death sentence for your cat. Here’s what you should know, including symptoms, treatment — and the cost of insulin for cats.
This article tells you what to look for if you suspect your pet was bitten by a snake, and what to do if your vet is not available to help.
If your dog got in a fight with a cactus and lost, here are some tools and tips to tackle removing needles.
Cats as young as 3 years old have been diagnosed with kidney failure, but the condition is more common in older cats.