Deciding to put your pet down is an incredibly difficult decision to make. Dr. Andy Roark offers advice on when to euthanize a pet and what's best for them.
Do You Know How to Pet a Dog? Techniques Dogs Will Love
Petting a dog isn't as simple as you think. Follow trainer Mikkel Becker's tips on how to pet a dog and you'll have a canine friend for life.
Veterinary advice for feeding a starved horse
Through the years, Off-Track Thoroughbreds has chronicled stories of horses who survive against the odds. Often times, the horses are malnourished to the point of starvation, and so depleted they a…
Bird Boarding or Pet Sitting: What Every Pet Owner Should Ask
Going on vacation? These are the questions you need to ask before letting a pet sitter or boarding facility take care of your bird.
How Do I Stop My Cat From Spraying in the House?
Peeing outside the litterbox can have medical causes. Trainer Mikkel Becker has strategies for keeping your cat from spraying in the house.
Why Does My Dog... Lean on Me?
It’s not just leaning. It’s also standing on your feet, hugging your legs during a walk, and sleeping with the maximum amount of shared surface area in contact. Here's what's going on.
Top 10 Animals that Attack Pets
Part of the responsibility of pet ownership means being aware of the dangers that your dog or cat may face from wild animals. Here is a rundown of 10 common animal attackers, along with advice on what you can do to protect your pet from their dangers.
Why Spaying or Neutering Is Such an Important Pet Surgery
If you’re a first-time pet owner, you may wonder why so many animal health experts advocate spaying or neutering dogs and cats. This important form of pet surgery offers
How to Prepare for Spay/Neuter Surgery
Thinking about when to spay or neuter your puppy? Here's a complete guide of how you should care for your dog before and after the spay or neuter surgery.
What is an Emergency?
You think your pet is sick or acting oddly. Should you bring your pet in, or should you wait until morning to see your regular veterinarian? Is something really wrong, or will it pass? These are questions that Emergency Pet Care gets all the time. You know your pet better than we do. If you are concerned enough to call, your pet should probably be seen. We make no attempt to diagnose or treat over the phone. But we will tell you if we think the pet should not wait another moment to be seen. Common cases that require immediate medical attention and which may progress to fatal without treatment are: