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.
Even if your pet has been enduring a long illness, nobody is truly prepared for death. Here’s our best advice for what to do when your pet dies.
Cable TV’s famous veterinarian has faced charges of negligence and incompetence since his show first aired.
As tempting as it may be to pop them, don’t.
Are your dog’s back legs weak? Here’s what to expect when you see the vet — plus some possible reasons for a dog’s back legs suddenly not working.
There is no safe ibuprofen (Advil) dosage for dogs. It is dangerous. In fact, even Tylenol and aspirin can be unsafe. Here’s what you need to know.
Can dogs get dandruff? Yes, dogs, like us, are susceptible to this skin condition. Possible causes of dog dandruff include seborrhea or even dry air.
Elderly cats who begin to yowl loudly may be suffering from something serious but treatable. Here’s what you should know.
Hard truth: There is no “one technique” that enables all people to give pills to all cats. Here’s my best advice.