You’ve probably heard that we’re in the middle of the Fur-Baby Boom where more people are adopting pets and treating them like family than ever before. The trend started while people were looking for companionship during the covid 19 pandemic, but the boom is far from over. People have found a new appreciation for their pets and…
Following these expert-approved Pool Safety Tips will help keep your dog safe all summer long. There’s no better way to spend a summer day than lounging poolside with the fam, including your dog. But that idyllic summer day holds potential dangers to your pet’s health. While there are no confirmed statistics on just how many dogs drown in pools each year
Veterinarians treat a variety of conditions in dogs and cats, and a report out today reveals the most common diagnoses in animal clinics for the year 2011.
Dear Dr. Carol, My dog Sebastian is 12 years old. He has severe allergies. His coat had spots that were bald and his ears were very dark and the skin was thick and infected looking.
DOG EAR PROBLEMS
The inside lining of the ear is normally smooth with a small amount of wax buildup. Many problems can cause the ears to become irritated, inflamed, or infected. Any of these conditions left untreated can lead to more complicated problems, including inner ear infections, hearing loss, and hematomas.
The Dog’s Head
Looking carefully at a dog’s head can give you a good general indication of his or her overall health status and temperament. First of all, dogs eyes should be clear and bright.
Careful observation of a cat’s head can give a good general indication of overall health status and temperament. Take a few minutes each day; look, listen and feel your cat starting with his or her head. First of all, cat’s eyes should be clear, bright and free of tears and the nostrils should be clean.…