The holidays are almost upon us, and the time has come to frantically search for the best gift to give to your furry companion!
Today, we're offering up both the reasons why your furry companion may suddenly be losing their coat and the many ways there are to minimize the effect of this on your clothes and home.
Was your dog diagnosed with Degenerative Myelopathy? This is what you need to know.
Having a dog diagnosed with degenerative myelopathy is heartbreaking. Degenerative Myelopathy (or DM), like it’s human-counterpart, ALS or Lou Gehrig’s disease, is a progressive disease that will continue to worsen and for which there is no cure. As a veterinarian, I’ve had to deliver these bad news to pet parents. I’ve also been on the other side of the exam table when my own dog was diagnosed with DM. read more
Dog breeds that don't shed are becoming increasingly popular. Modern dogs often share our homes and beds, increasing concerns about mess and allergies.
It's important to be aware of the signs and causes of dehydration in your cat. By being aware of their symptons, it could mean saving their lives later on.
There are very few pet lovers who haven't witnessed paw licking behaviors in their furry friends. Excessive paw licking could signal something serious.
When we are talking about training dogs, potty training is among the most important things you need to do with your dog. Training should start ASAP!
By joining a profession working with pets, you'll get the chance to meet varied and diverse people from all walks of life.
Laryngeal paralysis is a medical condition that occurs more commonly in dogs of middle age, as well as in larger breeds.
As your pet gets older, it's important to add in certain supplements to their diet in order to keep them feeling healthy and active!