The Animal Poison Control Center fields over 150,000 calls every year about pets that have stuck their noses—and mouths—into things that can poison them. Make sure you are aware of top pet poisons and...
Category: Pet Health
We’ve all heard of bloat in cows, but did you know that dogs can also get bloat? Gastric Dilatation and Volvulus (GDV) is a condition that occurs in large and giant breed dogs, where...
How often do you take your dog to the vet? If you're a new pet owner, or maybe you've owned a dog for a long time, find out how often you should and why.
According the Association for Pet Obesity Prevention as of 2014, 52.7% of Dogs in the United States are considered overweight or obese. Just as in humans, obesity is a growing problem in pets that can lead to health issues and shortened lifespans.
There's added value in petting your older pet: you might see signs of cancer earlier.
Spending the majority of their time on their feet, it is easy to see why it is so vitally important to make sure that you take good care of your dog’s paws.
Dogs and cats are just like four-legged people with emotions, habits, and relationships. But when it comes to food, we must remember that our pets do not have the bodies and stomachs of humans. What may be your favorite snack can cause serious damage to your pet.
It might be difficult for most people to imagine your playful pups struggling to walk and get out of bed, but there are some solutions and home remedies to keep your beloved, arthritic animals as comfortable as possible.
What is a Pet Supplement? There are 2 types of pet supplements: dietary supplements and therapeutic supplements.