Talking at length about dog ear mites might make your skin crawl, but you need to know what to look out for and how to kick these parasites to the curb.
Eventually your little kitty will need to switch from kitten food to adult cat food. (They grow up so fast!) Learn when and how to make the switch from kitten food to cat food.
Dealing with a bit too much dog farting in your house? Find out what you can do to provide relief for both you and your pet.
Help your kitten thrive with this veterinarian’s guide on how and what to feed kittens for every week of their life.
Get an idea of how much to feed a kitten and the proper kitten food portions for your young cat so you can keep them healthy and happy.
If you understand how much to feed a cat, you can prevent overfeeding and underfeeding by serving the appropriate portion size for your kitty.
A puppy’s first vet visit can be a walk in the park when you prepare. Here’s what you can expect at vet visits for puppies and what you should bring.
Is fish oil good for dogs? Find out the benefits of fish oil for dogs, and get a vet's recommendations for adding fish oil to your dog's diet.
Can dogs have allergies? Yes, just like humans, canines can suffer from dog allergies of their own. Here’s everything you need to know about symptoms, dog allergy testing and treatment.
Vaccines protect your pooch from several potentially fatal diseases and are an important part of caring for your dog. Learn about the recommended dog vaccinations schedule, which dog vaccines are required and which ones depend on your pet’s lifestyle.
Vaccines protect your cat from severe and potentially fatal diseases. Learn about the recommended schedule, which cat vaccines are required, and how your cat’s lifestyle affects your feline friend’s vaccine needs.
Can you mix wet and dry dog food together? Or wet and dry cat food? How much should you give of each? Find out everything you need to know about mixing wet and dry pet food.
Find out what is considered a high-protein cat food and the benefits it can give your cat with insights from a veterinarian.
A clean diet is one of the most popular human dietary trends, and for good reason. Far from being a fad, a clean eating diet encompasses tried-and-true tenets, like avoiding highly-processed foods, and focuses the diet on whole foods that are free from contaminants—as close to their natural state as possible.
Nutrition plays a crucial role in the overall health and well-being of any pet, just as it does with people. That’s why the clichéd phrase “You are what you eat” is thrown around so often. It’s true when a pet is healthy, but even more so when he is sick.
With the current popularity of plant-based diets, it’s no surprise that many pet parents consider switching to a vegan diet for dogs. This especially is the case when the dog isn’t responding well to dog food that includes animal protein.
Switching up your cat’s lifestyle, especially when illness strikes, is normal, and catering to your cat’s nutritional needs is vital. Here are five common cat health conditions that can be supported, at least in part, with a veterinary exclusive diet.
Just as in humans, healthy fats are an important part of your dog’s balanced diet. Healthy fats can provide energy, reduce inflammation, absorb vitamins, process hormones and promote brain and heart health. Omega-3, omega-6 and omega-9 fatty acids are all considered healthy fats. Certain human foods and dog foods contain some omegas, but perhaps the best way to ensure your dog is getting the omegas he needs is by giving him fish oil supplements.