Puppy breath is normal until 12 weeks old. Some people like it. But if you think your puppy’s breath is especially bad, here’s what you should know.
You are often in a better position than even your veterinarian to know if your cat has gone deaf. Here are some of the signs to look for.
Catnip generally is harmless — and, no, cats cannot overdose on it. However, they CAN get sick from eating a large amount of catnip. Let me explain…
Dangerous doses begin at just 1–2 grapes for a 10-pound dog, or 3–4 grapes for a 20-pound dog. Here’s what you need to know.
Dogs exhibiting extreme behaviors during deep sleep — such as screaming and thrashing around — could actually be suffering from an REM sleep disorder.
Being a “tripod” dog or cat is not a curse. Read this fascinating article to find out how 3-legged pets adjust to life after amputation.
Some diseases can be transmitted from animals to humans — but lice is not one of them.
Around 7% of male dogs are cryptorchid, meaning the dogs have only one or no testicles. The best option for missing testicle is surgery. Here’s why.
Eye mucus is common in dogs — however, excessive discharge (especially when it’s yellow or yellow-green) is a sign of trouble.
Dog constipation isn’t fun for anyone. You can help by trying one of these treatment options in consultation with your veterinarian.
Don’t despair. Take my advice to help maintain a good quality of life for both you and your aging pet.
Dog snoring can be cute at first — but not so much if it starts to keep you awake at night. Here’s why your dog snores a lot, and what you can do about it.
Before heading out to the pond with your dog for a swim, be sure to check the water for possible toxic algae first.
It’s a lot like kids who suck their thumb — once the habit starts, it’s hard to break. Here’s what you need to know about causes and treatment.
Here’s what you should expect when the veterinarian says your pet needs a dental exam or procedure. Plus, the facts versus myths.