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.
Important information from the American Veterinary Medical Association, the ASPCA, and other reliable sources about foods that can be dangerous for your beloved animals.
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.
Canine distemper is serious. Proper vaccination can help prevent your dog from getting this contagious disease.
If your dog (or cat) experiences knee pain, instability or lameness, it could be a cranial cruciate ligament rupture. Learn more about this injury, which is more common in large breeds.
Play nice! Important advice to help your family stop aggressive behavior in your favorite feline.
Important tips for bringing a new pet into your home. Yes! We all can get along!
Allergic to that furry family member? Here are some steps you can take to manage allergy symptoms.