Health & Wellness
Cephalexin treats infections in dogs' ears, skin and respiratory and urinary treats. Here's what you should know about this dog antibiotic.
If your dog struggles with arthritis, this supplement might help improve their mobility.
Learn why cats may need to take gabapentin and its side effects.
If you find a bump, lump or cyst on your dog, it’s important to contact your veterinarian as soon as possible.
There are many reasons for there to be mucus in dog poop, some harmless and some more serious, so it’s always worth talking to your vet when your dog’s poop looks off.
Interceptor Plus is a preventive medication that doubles as a tasty dog treat.
There’s so many varieties of nuts. But which ones, if any, are safe for dogs to eat?
Has your pup recently been prescribed doxycycline? These tips will help make sure your pup is comfortable while taking the antibiotic.
Sentinel protects dogs from flea infestations and whipworm, hookworm, heartworm and roundworm infections.
Revolution is a medication that benefits dogs in more ways than one.
Brussels sprouts aren’t toxic to dogs, but it’s important to learn how to safely serve them.
The recent uptick in spotted lantern flies has caused pet parents to wonder how these bugs might affect their curious dogs. Here’s what to do if your dog eats one.
If you’ve noticed a change in your pup’s gum color, you may want to reach out to your veterinarian.
If your cat or dog recently had a surgery or is recovering from an injury, their veterinarian may recommend hydrotherapy as treatment.
Because feline idiopathic cystitis (FIC) is similar to other urinary diseases, it’s important to take your cat to the vet right away if you notice changes in their bathroom habits.
Although you may want to give your pup a few pistachios, consider alternative treats.
Extra, unnecessary weight can negatively impact our pets in several ways.
There are several signs of osteoarthritis in pets — some are more common than others.
While cashews are technically safe in small doses, there are better options for your dog.
Although not toxic, cinnamon can pose a few problems for pups.
Loaded with nutrients and small in size, kiwis make for a great treat for dogs.
Every dog has different chewing habits, so rawhides may or may not be safe for your pup.
While olives aren’t toxic to dogs, and can be enjoyed as an occasional treat, there are some ground rules to consider when feeding them to your dog.
Is your pup staring at your bowl of oatmeal? Well, with our instructions, you can feel good about serving up a bite to your dog.
There are no articles that match your search.Try again