10 Signs Your Dog is Having a Veterinary Emergency
In the panic of the moment, some mild conditions can appear very serious. Here are helpful tips to determine whether your canine's condition can wait until the morning or whether they need immediate assessment by a veterinarian.
Aggression Towards People
Dog aggression is any behavior meant to intimidate or harm a person or another animal. Because humans and dogs have different communication systems, misunderstandings can occur between the two species.
Cataracts in Dogs
Cataracts can affect your dog’s sight and can sometimes even cause pain. So, what are cataracts, and what causes them? And, if your dog does develop cataracts, how much will their lives be affected?
Choosing the best food for your dog
With a wide variety of brands and formulations on the market, choosing the right dog food can be overwhelming. Like any other retail sector, the pet food industry is a business, and it can be difficult to separate quality information from clever marketing.
Cleaning Stains and Odors
Tips on cleaning pet stains and preventing future ones.
Cognitive Decline in Pets
Like in humans, one of the organs that can start to decline during older age is the brain. So, what is cognitive decline? How do you spot the signs of cognitive decline in your pet? And if your cat or dog is affected, what can you do to help?
Common Signs of a Food Allergy in Pets
A food allergy happens when the body inappropriately reacts to food as if it were a threat. Diagnosing and treating a food allergy can be a complex process.
Crate Training Your Dog
Crate training your dog may take some time and effort, but can be useful in a variety of situations.
Cystotomy is surgery performed to enter the bladder. Most commonly, pets undergo a cystotomy to remove bladder stones.
Dental Health in Dogs – A Detailed Guide
Some studies show that up to 60-80% of dogs can be affected by dental disease.
Exploring the world with their mouths is normal behavior for dogs. Chewing can, however, be directed onto appropriate items so your dog isn’t destroying items you value
Dog Toys and How to Use Them
There are many factors that contribute to the safety or danger of a toy. Many of those factors, however, are completely dependent upon your dog’s size, activity level and personal preference.
Everything You Need to Know About Microchips
A microchip is a small radio frequency identification device (RFID) roughly the size of a grain of rice that is implanted under your pet's skin, where it will remain for the duration of their life.
Exploratory Laparotomy Surgery
Exploratory surgery is performed to examine the organs within the abdomen. It is most commonly done to remove foreign materials from the stomach or intestines.
Finding a Pet-Friendly Rental
There are many online resources that assist in finding nearby pet-friendly rentals.
Flea and Tick Education
Dogs and cats share the same fleas, and fleas can travel from one pet to another. Ticks are everywhere, and the diseases they carry can pose serious risks to your pet. Thus, it is critical to protect all of your pets from fleas and ticks with high-quality prevention products.
Guide to Bathing Your Dog
How often should you bathe your dog? And what products should you use? Learn the answers to these questions and more.
Housetraining a Puppy
Housetraining a puppy requires time, vigilance, patience, and commitment. Following the procedures outlined below, you can minimize house soiling incidents.