Eye mucus is common in dogs — however, excessive discharge (especially when it’s yellow or yellow-green) is a sign of trouble.
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.
Before heading out to the pond with your dog for a swim, be sure to check the water for possible toxic algae first.
Here’s what you should expect when the veterinarian says your pet needs a dental exam or procedure. Plus, the facts versus myths.
Even if your pet has been enduring a long illness, nobody is truly prepared for death. Here’s our best advice for what to do when your pet dies.
Hard truth: There is no “one technique” that enables all people to give pills to all cats. Here’s my best advice.
When an injured tail cannot be repaired or won’t heal, the veterinarian may have to resort to tail amputation.
No matter how advanced or safe flea products become, people still let the problem get out of hand. Here’s my examination into the best way to treat fleas.
There are very few answers yet in the investigation into certain pet foods and heart problems in dogs and cats. Here’s what we do know.
Addison’s is a hormonal disease — and it can get complicated to explain, but my goal in this article is to make it as easy to understand as possible.