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During noisy times, your pet might cower, shake, hide, whine, pace, chew and destroy things or even lose bladder control.
Does your cat lose pieces of its claws? Does your dog have brittle or broken nails? If so, read on.
It ensures your pet doesn’t move during the procedure and prevents them from feeling any pain.
With a little training, they can be ready for visits to pet-friendly stores, your workplace and other places that welcome them.
Routine veterinary visits are often the key to identifying dog and cat arthritis.
Older pets often come with benefits like calm behavior, easy family integration, and the feeling that you’ve helped an animal in need.
In dogs, it occurs due to blood vessel blockage (ischemic) and bleeds (hemorrhagic).
Obesity isn’t just a human health crisis in the U.S. About 50% of pets are also overweight.
Visits can be unpleasant - for both the animal and the owner.
Cat flu make a cat feel sick for anywhere from a few days to a few weeks.
When winter winds blow with ice and snow, our canine friends are at increased risk of illness and injury.
Allergies are the number one cause of excessive licking in dogs and a major cause for cats.
Is your home pet-proof? If you don’t know where to start with pet-proofing your home, read on for some helpful tips.
Having one promotes pet health, keeps treatments on track, and often comes with the added bonus of cost savings.
Would you recognize the symptoms of a bite? Here are some tips for handling common threats.
It is essential to take your pet in for routine wellness exams, even for an animal that seems to be in great health.
If your pet’s breath is so bad it makes you wince, something could be wrong.
Eating grass might seem gross to us, but it’s irresistible for many cats and dogs.
Although it’s possible to catch pet diseases, it’s far less likely if you have proper pet healthcare and sanitary precautions.
Stimulating play is important during the first weeks of bringing one home.
Making the transition to a new home can be as hard for pets as it is for humans