My Pet: FREE Tools to Care for Your Pet and Connect with Others
These dog treats are fantastic Try them and see what you think!
The holidays are a time of excess - too much partying and too much eating. As much as you may be tempted to reward your pet with a few treats from the table - don’t.
Dogs bark for a variety of reasons, some good, some not so good. Sometimes it is a welcome sound, other times not. Sometimes they bark briefly, and other times they just won't quit. And therein lies the problem.
We frequently get emails with questions about dogs. Today I'd like to share 4 common questions and our answers.
As a veterinarian I hear this question nearly every other day: “Should I get pet insurance for My Dog?” Here is my answer.
Do you have favorite holiday traditions you celebrate with your cats? Many of us do.
The holidays are here! While you are planning your baked treats for family and friends, try baking some for your kitty, too.
What do you know about cat fever? Many pet owners over the years have told me that their pets had a fever because their noses were hot or dry, or because their pet "felt hot".
The festive decor that fill our homes this time of year often include lights, candles, bows, trees, plants, and dried flowers. They all look so lovely…but they could be hiding a major danger to your cat.
The common term used for senility or dementia is "cognitive dysfunction". The two most common complaints of owners with senile cats are loss of housetraining and wandering during normal sleep time. But there are several other signs.
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