On first glance, crates seem pretty uncomfortable. They’re such small spaces—how can a dog, puppy…
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 have more than one dog or cat, feeding time can be challenging. Our veterinary nutrition expert shares strategies for making mealtime simpler.
Going on vacation? These are the questions you need to ask before letting a pet sitter or boarding facility take care of your bird.
However much a cat considers you her favorite source of food, there is something else going on. Here's what you need to know about this cat behavior.
Fear-Free veterinary visits start before the dog trots through your front door. Pet owners can help by training these three behaviors to make the exam a less stressful experience.
Not sure what qualifies as a pet health 911? Dr. Marty Becker offers a quick list of symptoms that should have you dialing the vet's office -- right now.
So you've taken home your very first puppy! What happens next? Hopefully, you've at least acquired the basics by this point: pet beds, toys, food and water bowls, leashes
Severe bleeding or bleeding that doesn't stop within 5 minutes; Choking, difficulty breathing or nonstop coughing and gagging; Bleeding from nose, mouth,
Packing up and relocating can be a logistical nightmare, and having pets may only complicate matters. Here are tips to make moving less stressful.
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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