Summer’s Hot Temperatures Pose Problems for Pets — Especially Dogs

Don’t underestimate the heat: Even if you only plan on leaving your pet in the car for a few minutes, reconsider. Those few minutes are enough for a car to reach oven-like temperatures. Open [...]


Loui Is Doing Great Two Years After Recovery From Cauda Equina Syndrome

Two years after recovering from a severe spine injury, Loui is having a wonderful life.


Buster the Miniature Schnauzer Thriving After Nearly a Year

Nearly a year after his treatment and recovery, Buster is thriving.


Dejeuner is Bleeding Through Her Skin But It’s Not Due to Rat Poison

Dejeuner is suffering from loss of blood, but it turns out that it is not because she ate rat poison (which typically is the cause).


Max Has a Heart Murmur

When Max's heart problems are detected early, treatments are available that will improve and prolong his life.


Ways to Spice Up a Dog Walk

Dog walks can get a little boring for people yet they are always exciting for the dogs.


Signs of Hypothyroidism in Dogs

The good thing is that hypothyroidism in dogs is easy to treat.


Control Fleas, Ticks, Mosquitoes for the Sake of Your Pet’s Health — and YOUR HEALTH

A new report from the Centers for Disease Control says that diseases transmitted through the bites of blood-feeding ticks, mosquitoes, and fleas are a "growing public health problem" for humans [...]


Preventing Tick-Borne Infection in Your Pet

The weather is quickly heating up and so are the ticks. The Companion Animal Parasite Council (CAPC) predicts an increase in several tick-borne diseases this year.


How to Greet a Dog

One must take caution when meeting an unfamiliar dog.

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