A chimpanzee escaped an enclosure at the Belfast Zoo after using a branch as a makeshift ladder, according to local reports.
Cats need regular veterinary visits in order to live longer, happier, and healthier lives. Eighty-three percent of cats are taken to the veterinarian in the ...
Some dogs will gently but insistently lick their feet, but other dogs chew their paws. Here's what's going on and why you need to consult with your vet.
Vetstreet's Dr. Patty Khuly lists the 10 questions that would make a vet's (and owner's) life much easier — if only pet owners would ask them.
Learn when you must call or take your cat to the vet. Emergencies range from obvious things, like a broken leg, to the less obvious, such as a cat skipping meals.
If you have more than one dog or cat, feeding time can be challenging. Our veterinary nutrition expert shares strategies for making mealtime simpler.
Does your dog bark and howl? Your cat hiss and scratch? Dr. Sarah Wooten explains what's really going on when your pets act up and explains how to help prevent it.
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…
Pet poisoning is a scary experience for you and your pet - Learn from Banfield Pet Hospital about what you should do if you think your pet has been poisoned.
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
Vetstreet's Dr. Patty Khuly discusses nine reasons why your veterinarian may recommend that you take your pet to a board-certified veterinary behaviorist.
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