If your pet vomits up food or has gastric reflux during anesthesia and then breathes it into their lungs, there’s a risk of aspiration pneumonia.
Take it from this vet — ear cropping in dogs is cruel and unnecessary. So why doesn’t the AKC agree?
Even after life-threatening emergencies in their pets, some people still think using this toxic stuff around the home is OK. Well, it’s not.
Don’t wait — see the vet right away if your dog is eating poorly or has stopped altogether.
A great way to keep your pet’s mind off their bandages? Teach them new tricks and use puzzle feeders.
First things first: Have a game plan ready well before a true pet emergency strikes.
Pasteurella is a bacterial infection affecting the sinuses, which is bad news for rabbits, who can only breath through their nose and not their mouth.
It’s best not to risk it — cats who are unknown to you and your other pets may cause real harm if you come into contact with them.
When a dog suffers from nasodigital hyperkeratosis, it’s important to keep their noses and feet moisturized.
You can use noninvasive training methods to help curb your dog’s excessive barking. You just have to put in the work.