Humans make resolutions to lose weight but how about making one for your pet? Recent studies have found more than 50 percent of pets in America are overweight.
3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan teamed up with non-profit Delaware Valley Consumers’ Checkbook to find out which veterinarians rate the best in our region.
Let’s face it, it’s not always easy to take your dog for a visit to the veterinarian’s office. Here are some suggestions that might help.
Like people, cats can also develop abnormal cells with unrestrained and uncontrolled cell division that grow and replicate in the form of cancer or cancerous tumors.
There are more pets these days but a veterinarians group says fewer are getting even the minimum medical care.
One way to prevent certain canine illnesses and health problems is to simply keep a step ahead when it comes to sanitation and a clean, healthy environment.
Much like their human counterparts, many pets are packing on the pounds.
With dogged determination, animal rights advocates watched on Thursday as a Philadelphia City Council committee approved a measure that puts some bite into the city’s dog control laws.
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