Health & Wellness
Cilantro is safe for dogs to eat, but it shouldn’t be a free-for-all. Here’s how to know how much cilantro is too much.
Before feeding your cat shrimp, make sure that it’s prepared correctly with our tips.
Salt (in moderation) can benefit dogs, especially those with certain health conditions. But too much salt can have serious consequences.
When a dog is depressed, it’s up to the pet parent to turn their mood around. Check out our tips for lifting your pup’s spirits.
Sharing a spoonful of cottage cheese with your dog isn’t the worst snack, but it shouldn’t be a staple in their diet, either. Here’s what else to know about serving your dog cottage cheese.
Buprenorphine is usually administered at the vet’s office, but sometimes vets will send it home with pet parents. Here’s how to give the medication at home.
Cats lose their fur due to an array of underlying conditions. Not every treatment plan is the same, here’s what vets commonly recommend.
Dogs with skin infections might benefit from Simplicef, a prescription antibiotic. Here’s what side effects to look out for.
If your veterinarian prescribed clindamycin to help your dog’s wounds heal, don’t be surprised if they don’t enjoy the taste. Here’s how to get them to eat it.
Dogs with osteoarthritis might benefit from Dasuquin. However, you’ll want to use our list to determine which version is right for your dog.
Hookworms are a common parasite that infect cats, but they can be easily prevented. Here's how to get ahead of your pet's health.
Bordetella causes kennel cough in dogs, which is easily spreadable. Here’s how your veterinarian might suggest preventing or treating this infection.
If your cat was prescribed Clavamox but the serving details and side effects are a little fuzzy, we’ve got you covered.
Because liver disease isn’t one specific ailment, its symptoms and root causes can differ between dogs. Here’s the common signs to look out for to get your pup help.
It’s normal for a little drool to appear when you’re giving your dog a treat. But there are some mild-to-more-severe reasons behind excessive slobber that you should know about.
Depending on the bite, small amounts of eggplant are generally safe for dogs. Just know that some parts of the vegetable are toxic to pups.
Hydrocephalus is a life-threatening condition if left undiagnosed and untreated. Learn the symptoms of this condition so you can get your pup help if they start showing signs.
Bladder stones means clumps of minerals have stuck together to form solid stones in your pup’s bladder. Here’s how to remove and prevent bladder stones in dogs.
If your dog has trouble keeping their food down and therefore seems super hungry, you’ll want to find out how megaesophagus could be contributing to their discomfort.
Even though butter is a staple in many people's diets, it's not great for dogs to eat, as it can cause sickness. Find out why.
If your dog is vomiting or has diarrhea, gastroenteritis could occur, too. Learn more about this condition and how to treat it.
Have you spotted discharge near your pup’s eyes? The color can indicate what they're potentially struggling with.
Incontinence means your pet can’t control when they go to the bathroom. And while it’s likely frustrating for them and you, there are vet-approved ways to manage the condition.
Staph infections happen when a bacteria on a dog’s skin overrides their natural defenses. Here’s how to tell if your pup has this skin condition.
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