It's important to protect your pet(s)—and your family—from health problems caused by fleas and ticks. Talk to your veterinarian about the best way to use flea and tick products safely.
Allergic to that furry family member? Here are some steps you can take to manage allergy symptoms.
Prevent hairballs, thwart wound infection, remedy tummy troubles...try these tips to avoid heading out (and shelling out) to your pet's vet too often.
If you have a large breed dog, your pet may be especially at risk for GVD. Here's what you need to know to help prevent gastric dilatation and volvulus syndrome.
Try these helpful hints from our expert—Babette Gladstein, V.M.D. You may be able to deal with common complaints without an expensive trip to the vet.
Finding the right vet can make all the difference—here are some tips to get the best possible care for your pet.
If your veterinarian recommends NSAIDs for your pet, make sure you know how to use them safely.
Important tips from the American Veterinary Medical Association, the ASPCA and other reliable sources.