For those of us who have lots of pumpkin left over after Halloween, here’s the solution.
Diagnosing food allergy has nothing to do with a better quality of food or a grain-free diet. It means finding food sources that your pet hasn’t had before.
Commercial pet food is serious business. There are a lot of viewpoints out there about what exactly is best. Here are a few things you may not know.
E. coli infections can cause serious illness in both humans and dogs. Here’s what you need to know.
The symptoms are nonspecific, so it’s important to pay attention to all the changes in your dog.
One way to avoid contamination is to thoroughly clean your pet’s food and water bowls with hot soapy water and dry them before refilling them every day.
If your dog is always hanging around the kitchen for scraps or willing to eat anything at anytime, there could be a reason for the behavior.
Pets rely on us for everything, and it’s upsetting to see them not get the care they need.
Before throwing Sparky a raw steak, consider the factors involved when choosing a raw diet for your dog or cat.
Dr. Michel Selmer, DVM, discusses pet food allergies and how a simple blood test is revealing a wealth of information.
Think you can just throw some chicken and brown rice together, change up the veggies now and then, toss in a vitamin and call it balanced? Think again.
Our relationship with our dogs’ flatulence is a complicated one. We should be able to measure these opinions on a fartmeter.
A veterinarian’s cautionary tale about how feeding bones to your dog means you’re putting a life at risk. Just say no to bones!
If you are tired of your dog raiding your garbage or eating your sofa, check out these tips to restore order with pet-friendly solutions in your home.
Feed your dog vibrant vegetables for a tasty snack that is high in nutrients.