Signs and Treatments of the Feline Herpes Virus

Uncontrollable sneezing? Runny nose? Your cat might have feline herpes. It's important to know early symptoms of FHV and it's treatment.

Possible Causes of Seizure in Dogs

To help your dog with seizures, it is important that you learn what they are, causes, symptoms, and what to do if your dog is having a seizure.

Sneezing in Cats: Causes and Symptoms

An occasional sneeze from a cat is normal and nothing to worry about. However, if it persists for a long period of time, it can signify something worse.

Canine Brucellosis: What is it?

anine Brucellosis is the main cause behind infertility in breeding stock. Let's look in details at what the disease isand how dangerous its for your pup.

How to Fly With Your Dog

Are you planning a trip soon? Did you want to bring your dog with you to meet the family or relax alongside you on a beach chair?

7 Ways to Care for Your Dogs Dental Health

Dogs and pets, in general, are essential to us for sentimental and emotional reasons and losing a pet could be disastrous. Here are 7 ways for better teeth.

Safety, Dosage, and Benefits of Melatonin for Dogs

When consumed in a safe manner, melatonin can provide your dog with the relief they need. Melatonin helps dogs live more relaxed, and stress-free lives.

7 Reasons for Rapid Hair Loss in Pets

Hair loss is one of the most common reasons pet parents take their dogs and cats to the veterinarian. Often pets that have rapid hair loss also have other, more worrisome problems like scratching and licking. You may also notice a new odor emanating from your furry friend. There are many causes for these skin problems that cause hair loss. read more

Does Your Dog Have a Yeast Infection?

Yeasts are microscopic fungal organisms. When the immune system becomes compromised and stressed, there is an overgrowth of yeast.

Origin, Treatment, and Risks of Lyme Disease

Lyme disease is an awful condition that no-one's beloved pets should ever experience. Lyme disease has multiple symptoms, varying for animals to humans.