December 29, 2017

By Brielle Gregory

The holidays can be full of stressors—hosting out-of-town family, zipping around for those last-minute gifts, and meeting end-of-year deadlines at work. The last thing you need is to discover your pet nose-deep in a pitcher of spiked eggnog.

Sure, alco...

December 27, 2017

Despite their thick fur, extreme low temperatures can cause a dog's body temperature to fall, leading to hypothermia. If sustained, low body temperature may lead to several complications and even become fatal. To prevent this, immediate care is paramount.

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December 22, 2017

Bringing pets to a veterinarian for a wellness exam can be nerve-wracking and frustrating for some people. Often it isn't even the vet's fault — we just don't know the right questions to ask. Here are 10 things everyone should ask their veterinarian.

1. Is My Pet at a H...

December 20, 2017

By Carol McCarthy

Whether you already use a harness for your dog, or you’re considering making the switch from a traditional collar and leash, there’s plenty to take into consideration.

“There are many different types of harnesses available,” says Victoria Schade, a dog...

December 18, 2017

Most dogs will chew and swallow almost anything, especially when they’re puppies. And although some objects may be small enough to swallow and digested with minor consequences, others may get stuck at some point – in the mouth, throat, esophagus, stomach, or intestines...

December 9, 2017

By Carol McCarthy

We all know that body weight is not the only factor to determine whether we are too thin or too heavy. Muscle mass and body fat also come into play, which is why doctors often measure our Body Mass Index, a measurement that takes these factors into acc...

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