If you think your dog ate weed, here’s what to do and how long the effects will last.
Emergencies & First Aid
Learn who to call for pet emergencies, how to know when a pet injury is an emergency, and other urgent care advice to help in a pinch.
A vet explains why the weather isn’t always to blame.
Certain symptoms could mean your dog is battling a potentially fatal condition called hemorrhagic gastroenteritis (HGE). Here’s everything you need to know.
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Learn about the causes and what to do for a choking pet.
Don’t be scared. Follow these steps.
The answer is no, no, no, and here’s why.
As scorching summer temperatures become the new normal, here’s how to help keep your pets cool and healthy.
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You don’t always know how your dog ends up with a scratch or cut, but it’s important to know how to take care of it.
As East Coast residents are aware, wildfire season is here. Take these steps to protect your pets.
From how to get the stinger out at home to when it’s time to go to the ER.
You aren’t the only one getting way too high from edibles. A study published on 4/20 found an uptick in cannabis poisonings in pets.
What to expect from and how to make the most of a trip to the ER.
Residents have reported concerning health problems with their animals.