Thyroid conditions are not uncommon, so it’s important to know the symptoms and the types of tests used to diagnose thyroid problems in dogs.
If your dog’s potty habits change or you notice additional symptoms, a urinary tract infection (UTI) may be to blame.
Is your dog having trouble running, jumping or climbing stairs? It might be more than old age. Learn all about hip dysplasia.
Thanks to this simple test kit, your pet now carries a virtual health “report card” that you can read whenever you like.
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 good 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.