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conditions & treatments

The medical stuff is stressful. Get expertise on common (and not-so-common) health issues, from causes and symptoms to the latest treatments for pets.

Woman hugging her Labrador dog at home.

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

Woman hugging her dog while he licks his lips.

It’s not always just because they want whatever you’re eating.

A dog coughing

Everything you need to know about this super contagious disease. (Hint: There’s a vaccine.)

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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.

Ginger adult cat sits in flowering summer garden on pavement.

It’s not always as simple as removing the stinger. Find out everything you need to know.

Sad dog at animal shelter.

Everything you need to know about canine influenza.

Woman laying with dog who is sleeping.

It seriously sounds like another human being is in the room.

Cat outside in a field of grass.

Adventure cats, beware: This plant can be seriously dangerous.

Man holding his large gray cat.

It only makes them cuter, but you may need to address the cause for this condition.

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Person with short hair putting water bowl on floor for cat

Their desert-dwelling roots might resist hydration, but these tricks can help.

Woman kisses her black pit bull dog on the head.

It stinks to see them uncomfortable. Here’s what you can do.

Woman comforting her lab dog at home.

It’s not fun for anyone.

Man holds small kitten in his hands.

Because the early bird isn’t the only one who gets the worm(s).

Phineas the cat, who has cerebellar hypoplasia, sitting on a chair at home.

The pet parents of Phineas, a beloved social media star, tell us all about living with a cat with cerebellar hypoplasia.

Funny white cat plays on cat tree inside.

A question you may be asking after you observe any number of their behaviors...