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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.

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The short answer: Yes. Here’s how you deal with it.

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Here are some options your vet can help you consider.

Ask a Vet

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.

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Look out for these warnings signs so you know when to call the vet.

Ginger cat outdoors.

Here is everything pet parents need to know.

Young woman comforting German Shepherd puppy outside.

It’s an alarming sight, but here’s what you should know.

Girl stroking petting old Devon Rex cat from animal shelter sitting on couch at home.

Or are they just being a cat? Here are some signs to look for.

An old Bernese Mountain dog sleeping.

It's actually not the big ones.

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Tips for safe, snug, and happy paws this winter.

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Hot spots are so not hot—your cat agrees.

Hands of an unrecognizable woman are petting small Dachshund dog in the park.

Scientists are seeing some trends when it comes to pup mortality.

Older dog in Loyal drug trial to extend the lives of dogs.

Meet Boo, the first dog to take LOY-002, a drug aimed at improving your pet’s quality of life—and helping them live longer. 

Two companionable dogs, a Jack Russell Terrier and a Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever, share a cozy couch.

A study finds small and large dogs have their own unique set of health concerns.

A Terrier Puppy With Spots And Big Ears Chews On Their Paws.

And when will it stop?

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And why stress could be to blame. Your spoiled baby, stressed? Unfortunately, yes.