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Get tips on pet-proofing your digs, keeping them warm (or cool) through the seasons, and avoiding all the toxic stuff…like toys, plants, and everything else they try to eat.

Woman hugging her Labrador dog at home.

This just in: second-hand smoke, still bad.

Woman drinking orange juice with her dog nearby.

Good ol’ H2O should still be their top choice, but find out which alternatives are safe.

Girl playing with small poodle in the grass outside.

It keeps your grass lush and green, but your pup shouldn’t ingest it. Here’s why.

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Pet health question that’s not an emergency? Our vet team will answer over email within 48 hours. So, go ahead, ask us about weird poop, bad breath, and everything in between.

Man playing with his large white and black dog outside, at the lake.

Everything you need to know to keep your pup safe.

Avoid heat stroke in dogs by sprinkling in the backyard with your dog

Temperatures are rising dangerously. Keep your pet safe with these tips.

Dog with a food bowl

Five different pet foods have been contaminated.

Golden retriever running around a local park during sunset

Sure, microchips can feel a little 1984. But if your pup has a chip, they’re four times more likely to make it home if they get lost.

woman hugging dog in field of daisies
Dog hiding under the sofa and afraid to go out because he heard fireworks.

How to keep your dog mentally and physically safe this Fourth of July.

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people celebrating fourth of july with dog safely, fourth of july safety tips for pets

This holiday should be for fireworks and grill-outs—not trips to the ER.

Woman sitting on couch with a scared, white dog.

A VCA Animal Hospital expert explains everything you need to know about preparing for a natural disaster.

Labrador Retriever and Dachsund playing with a stick at the beach shoreline

Pro tips to keep your pup safe, happy, and exercised during the warmer months.

Black lab swimming in pool

Keep your pup safe in the pool, a pond, or the ocean.

Nicola Peltz Beckham and her chihuahua dog, Nana, who passed away.

Celebrity dog groomer Jess Rona shares some tips all pet parents should know.

Small brown puppy chewing on plastic donut toy.

The chemical has been linked to a variety of health problems in animals.