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.
Hard truth: There is no “one technique” that enables all people to give pills to all cats. Here’s my best advice.
Veterinarians have to be extra vigilant these days in how they prescribe controlled drugs to pets in need of pain relief.
Keep your cat safe and do your homework on these common — and potentially dangerous — household items.
These flea and tick preventives are chewable alternatives to spot-on treatments. But are they safe? Here’s why we’re concerned about them.
Buying pet medicine off the gray market may seem cheaper in the short term, but in doing so, you may be sacrificing the health and well-being of your pet.
Keep your pets and other family members safe by locking up your “natural” over-the-counter supplements along with your prescription drugs.
When you ask me to falsify your pet’s health records or prescribe meds for a pet I haven’t seen, you’re asking me to put my veterinary license on the line.
Here’s some advice on sorting out expired meds and unlabeled bottles — plus, 4 common medications you should always keep on hand.