Protecting your pets from ticks starts with understanding their lifecycle, which disease they can spread in less than 10 minutes, and what routine test your veterinarian can run to detect it.
These dangerous holiday plants are not ho-ho-ho. They are a no-go. Get the list, plus find out what happens if your pet eats one.
Get our checklist of dangerous foods plus what symptoms they can cause in your dog or cat.
Your pet’s skin, coat, and nails are essential to their overall health. Know what signs to look for and when to contact a veterinarian.
Ear disease in dogs and cats can develop for a variety of reasons including ear mites, ear infections (bacterial or yeast), and allergies.
Identify potential problems with a nose-to-tail annual wellness physical exam.
It is important to test annually for these diseases to ensure your dog is healthy.
Flea and ticks are most prevalent during summer months because they thrive on warm weather and high humidity. Find out how to protect your pets.
Left untreated, anal gland infections result in infection and potentially painful wounds.