If your pet vomits up food or has gastric reflux during anesthesia and then breathes it into their lungs, there’s a risk of aspiration pneumonia.
Even after life-threatening emergencies in their pets, some people still think using this toxic stuff around the home is OK. Well, it’s not.
A great way to keep your pet’s mind off their bandages? Teach them new tricks and use puzzle feeders.
Pasteurella is a bacterial infection affecting the sinuses, which is bad news for rabbits, who can only breath through their nose and not their mouth.
When a dog suffers from nasodigital hyperkeratosis, it’s important to keep their noses and feet moisturized.
Among other waterborne illnesses, giardia and leptospirosis can wreak havoc on your dog’s immune system, so make sure you change out your dog’s drinking water regularly.
These days, vets generally use the Glasgow Feline Composite Pain Scale method to give an idea of how much pain a cat is in, which makes it easier for them to administer the appropriate level of pain relief.
Anxiety, barking and chewing are all behaviors that you can help your dog overcome — with a little bit of work and a lot of patience.
It’s our job to watch out for our pets, no matter what day it is.
When cats develop black lumps and bumps on their chins, chances are high that feline acne is the culprit.