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A healthy diet - especially when combined with regular exercise - can work wonders for maintaining your dog's health from youth through old age. Learn how to keep your dog healthy.
Has your dog been acting a bit strange lately? Not eating, playing, or being their normal happy self? There's a possibility your dog may be in pain, and is unable to tell you about it. Here are some common signs of dog pain to look out for.
Carrying extra pounds could put your senior cat at risk of certain diseases. So what food and nutrition strategies can be implemented to help aging felines slim down and get healthy?
Dogs can be hard to read at times, so it may be difficult to tell if your dog is sick. We've compiled some telltale symptoms you can keep an eye out for.
Kennel cough can occur in dogs after a stay at a dog boarding facility or other dog care center. Learn more about the care and treatment of kennel cough.
Pets can get dental disease just like you can, and it's one of the most common issues seen by veterinarians. Find out how to prevent dental disease in your pet.
The Boxer is a happy go lucky breed that makes excellent companions with a great sense of loyalty. They can suffer from stomach and breathing problems, among others. Learn more about Boxers here.
The Cavalier King Charles Spaniel is an adaptable breed and will be as happy playing in the house or in the yard with their owner as taking a long walk in the park. Learn more about this delightful dog and their health needs.
The Doberman Pinscher is one of the most loved breeds around the world, but they are subject to some health conditions. Learn about how to manage them here.
The Golden Retriever, loved by families and hunters alike, can sometimes face serious genetic health disorders. Learn more here.
These Top 5 Facts about underweight pets will help you identify and treat this health issue in your pets.
Feline leukemia is a virus that damages the immune system. It is caused by the transfer of the retrovirus from one cat to another through food bowls or litter boxes.
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