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.
Kennel cough in dogs isn’t usually a grave condition — in most cases, your vet can help you tackle this disease and get your dog back to their optimum state of health.
Yes, pyoderma is an infection, but no … it’s not infectious. Confused? Read this article to learn all about pyoderma in dogs.
Today, survival rates are 75–80% with intensive veterinary care. Even so, parvo in puppies is still a very serious, sometimes fatal disease.
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.
DHPP and DHLPP (also known as Da2PP) are important vaccines that dogs need to help protect them against diseases. Here’s what you need to know.
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.
Ectropion in dogs — where their eyelids droop or roll away from the eye — may require surgery, but it depends on the severity of the condition.