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.
How Haku the Cat Was Broken — And Then Put Back Together Again
Haku was extremely lucky — not all cats that fall from high distances survive. Sadly, the ASPCA sees dozens of cases of high-rise falls every year.
Your Pet’s Surgery: An Expert Guide to What to Expect
Taking your pet in for surgery can be an emotional experience. Here is our complete guide to what you can expect when your pet is having surgery.
Dog Ear Infection Treatment: From Ear Drops All the Way to Surgery
There are a number of dog ear infection treatment options. For dogs with chronic ear infections, finding the right solution may take some trial and error.
How Risky Is Anesthesia for Your Dog’s Breed?
Talk with your vet about concerns you have about your pet’s health and safety.
How Amputation Can Improve a Pet’s Quality of Life
Exotic pets — and most other pets — can do just fine on 3 legs.
How Minor Surgery Could Put Your Greyhound in Danger
These dogs are prone to hyperfibrinolysis syndrome, a severe bleeding disorder.
An Alternative to Surgery for Knee Injuries in Dogs
Most veterinary surgeons strongly recommend surgery for treating a CCLR (cranial cruciate ligament rupture) in a dog. But there may be another solution.
Surgery to Prevent Dog Drooling: Helpful or Cruel?
Some people think drool is cool, and others love to hate it. Surgery offers another option beyond the drool rag — but would you go that far?