Category Archives: Your Pet’s Health
Learning that your dog has cancer can be a devastating experience. But after letting the news sink in, the best course of action is to learn as much as you can about the illness and what you can do to … Continue reading
Quality of life is not something most dog owners think a lot about, until their pet gets old or falls victim to a chronic illness. When these things happen, pet owners begin to think about quality-of-life issues with their dog, … Continue reading
The Northeast has been hit with its share of thunderstorms and rain, causing flooding and wind damage. The South has had to deal with hurricanes (particularly Harvey in 2017), and the West with wildfires. No matter where you live, severe … Continue reading
Dogs get fleas. That’s certainly no secret. For most dogs, the solution to the problem is a rather simple one – there are pills you can get from your vet that will eliminate them. And there are many flea control … Continue reading
If you have a dog, and you care about the environment, there are things you can do to keep your pet happy and care for the environment at the same time. Here are a few tips.
Because of illness or injury, some dogs may require surgery, and afterward, they will need time to recover. There are things that you can do to make things more comfortable for pets during their convalescence, and to ensure that they … Continue reading
You may have seen dogs ambling along on three legs when you are out and about. Or your own pet may need to have a leg amputated. And you may be wondering how dogs handle such a big change and … Continue reading
If you have a dog, you want to make sure your pet is healthy and happy. So, trips to the vet are important to make sure your dog is in the best of health.
If you are considering dog ownership, you certainly want to be prepared and make sure you have everything you need and know what to do to properly care for your new pet. Here are a few of the basics, some … Continue reading
Heartworm describes a condition where parasitic worms inhabit the pulmonary arteries of dogs.