Heartworm is an intestinal parasite which can infect both dogs and cats and, if left untreated, it can be fatal.
Unlike lymphoma, which can affect both humans and animals, hemangiosarcoma is a cancer that does not affects humans.
Halloween should be a fun but safe time for all involved including your pets. Here are a few guidelines you can follow.
Our pets feel the heat just as much as we do. Keep them cool and comfortable.
Here are some gardening safety tips to keep your dogs and cats healthy.
Just like people, our pets, both dogs and cats, can be susceptible to many forms of heart disease. In many cases, early detection and treatment of heart disease can make all the difference.
Although the very notion may seem repulsive, Coprophagia or stool eating can be somewhat common in canines, especially puppies.
With the new year comes plenty of celebration. Before you do, however, make sure your companion animals stay comfortable and safe throughout the holiday. Here are a few tips.
Bloat is a serious condition which occurs primarily in larger breed dogs. It is an expansion of the stomach due to a build-up of gases – and it can be deadly.
Spaying and neutering can possibly reduce the risk of certain health problems, the benefits of which can offer you many more cherished years with your dog or cat.
Dehydration is a lack of water and an imbalance of electrolytes (minerals) in the body and, just as in people, it can cause very serious complications in our pets quickly.
Dogs love to walk, it’s natural and it’s a part of their heritage. Walking with your dog from the start will solidify your bond.
If you’re heading out over the Memorial Day weekend and planning to take your dog with you, here are several safety ideas to keep in mind.
The ASPCA offers several suggestions of spring gardening safety with your pets in mind.
Taking your dog on a daily walk is not only a necessary activity but it should be a pleasant one as well. Here are a few tips to help you avoid potential hazards.