Many food and household items, as well as plants, can be toxic to dogs, sometimes even fatally so.
Sure, go ahead and clip coupons, bargain-hunt and steal the best deal you can, but try to steer clear of the following areas when you do.
If you’ve ever had a puppy — or a rescue of any age — you’ve experienced the overwhelming feeling that comes with taking on a new family member.
We know that we love our dogs. Mine are as much real members of the family as my wife and children and my little granddaughter, Reagan. But do they love us back?
We know you love your pet unconditionally and strive to take good care of him, but even the most experienced owners can sometimes harm their cats or dogs and not even realize it.
November is National Pet Cancer Awareness Month and Vetstreet Veterinary Board Member Dr. Ann Hohenhaus, who is also a board-certified veterinary oncologist, reviews some of the important signs that can help you save your pet’s life. By Dr. Ann Hohenhaus, Vetstreet.com In a recent article, I compared the common types of cancer in pets with those found in people. My next […]
Before you jump into marriage counseling, take a look at our list to see if you truly do love your dog more than your spouse.
Cats are sweet, loving, funny pets who are oft misunderstood by those who haven’t had the pleasure of owning — or, rather, being owned by — a cat.
How much could that doggie (or kitty) in the window cost? Anywhere from $580 to $875 per year just for the basics, according to the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.
Over the years, though, I’ve picked up a few fur-busting tips that will help you out if you live with a Fur-rench Bulldog or other hairy housemate.