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If you're tired of shelling out dollars for a groomer to give your dog a bath and a trim, and are considering the DIY route, first get informed about what your specific dog will need.
Rage syndrome is a genetic disorder that most often occurs in particular dog breeds such as Springer Spaniels. Although there is no way to prevent rage syndrome, there are precautions you can take to help keep both your dog and family safe.
Von Willebrand's Disease is a genetic disorder found in certain breeds and is usually passed down from mother to pup. Although there are no known cures for this disease, there are precautions that you and your vet can take.
Keeping your dog clean and healthy is easy with the right grooming information. Learn how to brush, bathe, and otherwise primp your pooch.
Hypothyroidism can be tricky to detect. Here are five facts we think you should know about canine hypothyroidism.
Hip dysplasia usually isn’t caught until years after the first symptoms begin. Learn the top 5 facts about hip dysplasia here and help protect your pet.
Pet insurance packages can be tricky to navigate, and knowing how they'll benefit your pet is an important step in choosing a provider, or deciding whether to purchase pet insurance. Learn about the pros and cons of these insurance plans.
Cancer in cats and dogs can be caused by several different factors, or the cause could be unknown. Here are the common causes of cancer in pets, and prevention methods.
Bone cancer in cats and dogs usually means surgery and chemotherapy. Read about the symptoms and treatments for bone cancer in pets.
Lymphosarcoma, aka lymphoma or cancer of the lymph nodes, is a dangerous and painful mutation in the lymph nodes, spleen, blood, or bone marrow and can occur in cats and dogs. Learn the common types and causes of lymphoma at PetCareRx.com.
People don't often realize it, but just like humans, male and female dogs have different dietary needs. Here are some tips for keeping your lady pooch healthy at all stages of her life, from puppyhood to her senior years.
Owning a large or giant breed dog is very different than owning a small dog. They can be a beautiful addition to your home, or a bringer of chaos, if you aren't a careful pet parent. Here's what you need to know.
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