If you’ve been around dogs for any length of time, you know that at some point in a dog’s life its ears will swell up Read More
Archive - June 2016
A cat’s digestive health is just as important as a human’s. One of the most common digestive issues your four-legged companion will experience throughout the course of its life is constipation Read More
Dogs, like humans, suffer from constipation. It is a common ailment and should not be cause for alarm unless it happens frequently.
Signs of constipation in dogs: If you have noticed that your dog has not been able to defecate in more than two days, or it strains or cries when trying to defecate, Read More
You just got back from a wonderful two week vacation. Unfortunately, your four-legged best friend was not able to accompany you. The family dog had to stay at a doggie hotel (aka kennel) where it was exposed to other dogs.
Sometime after you have picked up your pooch, you notice it is coughing constantly, gagging, and its nose has a watery discharge. Your dog may very well be suffering from infectious tracheobronchitis Read More
Can your pet start a fire? Not many people realize it but dogs and cats can and do start fires. Read More
One of the most heart-breaking conditions a dog or cat can have is anemia. This is a life-threatening condition Read More