Bloat is one of the leading causes of death in deep-chested dogs. This elective surgery can lower the risk.
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Eyes without tears are only for Cameron Diaz in The Holiday.
A veterinary nutritionist explains why your cat isn’t eating and how to increase their appetite.
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You thought it was a hairball, but nothing’s coming up…
Dogs need more sleep than humans. Here’s how much is healthy.
Blue is a good name for a dog — not a good mood.
Breeds with those squished-in faces are charming — but their health issues are not.
Shudder. It happens to all of us.
The biggest thing to keep in mind: vaccines.
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Your dog sees you as their best friend, so keep those eyes healthy!
Don’t take it personally — even if that’s hard to do.
A key number to remember here: 21.
The gnarly scoop on canine transmissible venereal tumors.
Veterinarian Dr. Nancy Kay on why these fatty tumors aren’t always cause for concern.
Just like your doctor would refer to you a specialist for expert care for a complicated issue, your vet may do the same for your dog.