Dogs with brachycephalic syndrome have noses that cause all sorts of breathing problems thanks to tiny nostrils, narrow windpipes and long, soft palates.
Skin cancer is responsible for a third of all tumors in cats and dogs, but only a third of these are classified as malignant.
The symptoms of zinc poisoning in cats or dogs can include severe stomachache, sickness and diarrhea.
Warts are harmless lumps that pose little danger to dogs (and cats, too) because they do not spread to other parts of the body.
E. coli infections can cause serious illness in both humans and dogs. Here’s what you need to know.
Elbow dysplasia is caused by faulty coding in the genes controlling the bone growth of the elbow. Surgery is not always necessary.
Although quite rare, arsenic poisoning can pose a real threat to a dog’s health.
The underlying causes of fainting in dogs range in seriousness.
Kidney stones are usually not life-threatening, but your cat will thank you to get them taken care of as soon as possible.
By the time an abscess is obvious, antibiotics are required to fight the infection and keep the cat healthy.