Being a “tripod” dog or cat is not a curse. Read this fascinating article to find out how 3-legged pets adjust to life after amputation.
Around 7% of male dogs are cryptorchid, meaning the dogs have only one or no testicles. The best option for missing testicle is surgery. Here’s why.
Dog constipation isn’t fun for anyone. You can help by trying one of these treatment options in consultation with your veterinarian.
Dog snoring can be cute at first — but not so much if it starts to keep you awake at night. Here’s why your dog snores a lot, and what you can do about it.
It’s a lot like kids who suck their thumb — once the habit starts, it’s hard to break. Here’s what you need to know about causes and treatment.
As tempting as it may be to pop them, don’t.
Are your dog’s back legs weak? Here’s what to expect when you see the vet — plus some possible reasons for a dog’s back legs suddenly not working.
Harmful disinfectants can make at-home medical care tricky to navigate.
When an injured tail cannot be repaired or won’t heal, the veterinarian may have to resort to tail amputation.
New puppy crying at night? You are not alone. Don’t tear your hair out — have a plan instead. Here are some expert suggestions from a veterinarian.
Usually hyperthyroidism presents with a skinny, hyperactive old cat with a ravenous appetite. But not always.
With smell being the most important sense of canines, the second most important is the sense of hearing. So, how do dogs hear so well?
Dogs do this because those rear ends are itchy. Here’s everything you ever wanted to know about why dogs scoot their butts on the floor.
An older dog will show signs of arthritis that are obvious. But arthritis in cats is tougher to spot. Here’s how we diagnose and treat this condition.
Thyroid conditions are not uncommon, so it’s important to know the symptoms and the types of tests used to diagnose thyroid problems in dogs.