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.
Is your dog having trouble running, jumping or climbing stairs? It might be more than old age. Learn all about hip dysplasia.
Much like human acne in teens, dog acne tends to affect younger dogs. However, unlike in people, the cause of dog pimples is not hormonal.
Yes, pyoderma is an infection, but no … it’s not infectious. Confused? Read this article to learn all about pyoderma in dogs.
Surgery is the gold-standard treatment for cataracts in dogs, but other promising technologies are on the horizon.
CBD (cannabidiol) oil is gaining popularity for pet pain relief, but is it safe to use? Read on to learn more about CBD oil for dogs and cats.
The answer to the question “Why do dogs lick their paws?” isn’t always simple. Grass allergies, foreign bodies and parasites are all possible causes.
In some situations, ear cleaning may do more harm than good. Learn how to clean your dog’s ears the right way in this expert guide.
According to one study, high levels of Vitamin D increase survival rates, so why don’t experts recommend giving your cat a Vitamin D supplement?
Rawhide does not dissolve in a dog’s stomach — in fact, it swells up. So make sure you know about the dangers of rawhide chews before giving your dog one.
Pale gums in dogs can be a sign of a health problem, so it’s important to know the difference between healthy and unhealthy gums.
Excessive peeing in dogs isn’t a disease in itself, but it’s a possible symptom of ailments such as diabetes, kidney infection and cystitis.
Preventing behavior problems in a kitten is a worthwhile endeavor that will positively affect the rest of the cat’s life. Here are our best tips.
Hugging an unwilling dog puts them under stress — which means they may bite next.