Gardens can pose danger to your pet. Follow these tips to keep your pet safe during the season.
Senior dog care is a growing concern among owners. Due to improvements in veterinary care and dietary options, along with healthier habits, dogs are enjoying longer lifespans. So when does your dog become a senior pet?
Put healthy eating at the top of your dog's resolutions! Diet and weight can top the list of New Year's resolutions–for us and for our dogs. Whether you have four legs or two, being overweight has similar effects on the body: extra strain on the bones and joints, extra work for the heart and other organs, and an extra challenge to keep other health conditions, like diabetes, under control. But how do you know if your dog is eating too much, or perhaps too little? Here are some tips to help to make sure he's eating just the right amount.
Here are some great pet care tips you may not know for your dogs and cats. Check them out and then share your own fun pet care tips with us.
When was the last time you brushed your pet’s teeth? As you may remember, keeping up with your animals dental hygiene was on the list of 2015 New Year’s resolutions ideas. For those out...
Prescription to help you beat the winter blues: your pet! In wintertime, some people find they lack energy, feel "down", and just want to sit on the couch until spring comes. There are a couple of physical reasons for this, and quite a few pet activities you can do to pick yourself back up.
Our pets' sleeping patterns are much different than ours. Here we'll explain your dogs sleeping pattern and how to identify sleep disorders in your pet.
Have you ever wondered how we take animal x-rays and perform other types of diagnostic imaging on dogs and cats? Well, the equipment is much the same as what is used on humans.
It is time once again to talk about that little structure in the neck: the thyroid gland. We have covered what happens when this gland becomes overactive, but what about when it becomes underactive? ...
Have you ever heard the veterinarian say “I’ll just take a blood sample” and wondered how exactly we do this in our four-legged friends? Well, blood sampling in dogs and cats is very similar...