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.
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Entropion in dogs often requires surgery performed by a skilled veterinary surgeon. Learn more about this eye condition in our expert guide.
There are no definitive answers yet on the possible connection between certain grain-free diets and dilated cardiomyopathy (DCM) in dogs.
If your dog’s tummy turned black, trauma such as chronic licking, scratching or a skin infection could have happened months ago.
Heartworm symptoms in dogs can take months to appear. Here are some of the common warning signs.
If your dog has broken a nail, or torn a nail, you can do something right now. Here’s what you need to know about treating a broken nail in a dog.
In this expert guide to how to calm dogs and cats during thunderstorms and other loud noises, we’ll discuss what works — and what doesn’t.