New Year's Eve can be a scary and potentially dangerous evening for our pets. Here are a few tips to help keep your fur babies safe and sound during tomorrow night's celebrations. Have a fun and safe New Year's Eve!
Unless you notice a stench coming from your dog's ears, you probably don't think about cleaning them very often. Regular cleaning, along with keeping the ears dry, can help prevent ear infections. But remember to ONLY use a gentle cleansing
Inflammation is a leading cause of many chronic illnesses. Certain foods can increase inflammation. Some of the most common pro-inflammatory foods are: Added sugars Artificial trans fats Processed foods Refined oils Alcohol Processed meats Refined carbohydrates High Fructose Corn Syrup Be
It's so easy to hibernate inside during the winter months, but your pups (and you!) still need to get plenty of exercise! So, bundle up, put a sweater on your dogs if it's really cold, and help your pets expel
Attention Pet Owners! The Food & Drug Administration is alerting pet owners and veterinary professionals about recalls of several dry dog and cat foods after receiving complains that dogs and cats eating the the food experienced vitamin D toxicity. Among the brands
1. Sudden change in personality 2. Licking the affected joint 3. Limping 4. Difficulty with stairs 5. Loss of interest in playing 6. Snapping when being pet Does your dog show any of these early signs of arthritis? Signs of arthritis in dogs can occur as