Unless there are other signs of ill health, it’s normal for dogs to burp. Here’s some advice — including what to do if the burping becomes excessive.
As laws change and the use of this drug becomes more prevalent, marijuana toxicity in pets is on the rise. Edibles with chocolate are the worst.
You may think your pet is healthy, but the veterinarian says otherwise. Here’s what you may be getting wrong.
Your vet wants to help you and your pet in times of crisis, and this entails making tough decisions together. Here’s the truth about veterinary upsells.
Young kittens like to put things in their mouth. Sometimes that might mean a kitten is eating cat litter. Here are a few thoughts on what might be going on.
The doodle craze is just like every other breed craze where popularity leads to problematic breeding.
There are specific circumstances where dogs may indeed benefit from wearing doggy sunglasses or goggles. Here’s what you need to know.
Episodes of reverse sneezing in dogs usually last a minute or less. This snorting is your dog’s attempt to clear the back of their throat from irritants.
If your pet is having trouble navigating or keeps bumping into things, PRA might be a possible cause.
Steroids have a bad reputation, but they can potentially do a lot of good for your pet if used responsibly.
What are the costs and benefits of pet microchips? Find out the details and why you should consider getting one for your dog or cat.
In this expert guide, we discuss the pros and cons of vaccinating your dog or cat — and what to expect after your pet gets vaccinated.
Is your older dog vomiting yellow bile, especially in the morning? Here’s what you should know.
The most common causes of coughing in a dog include kennel cough, chronic bronchitis and collapsing trachea.
If your cat is scared of the vet and fights you on getting into the carrier, read these expert tips to make your vet visit go much easier.