Use this calculator to determine if your dog ate too much chocolate. The page discusses what to expect if your dog ate chocolate. Choose the type of chocolate, amount eaten and the weight of your dog and see if a toxic dose has been consumed.
Why Too Much Deworming Can be a Bad Thing
At BVEH we strongly believe that targeted deworming and testing horses' fecal egg counts is the most appropriate and cost effective strategy...
How to adopt dogs that failed govt. training for being too 'nice'
Not every dog is cut out to be a service dog, but that's okay!
How much is too much to spend on a sick pet?
I spent $1,000 on tests for my dog, but then decided enough was enough.
How Much Exercise Is Too Much For My Dog?
If you live with a dog, chances are, you know how important it is for your pup to get exercise in order to stay healthy. Some dogs will happily accompany you on a 5-mile run, and for others, a short …
How Much Exercise Is Too Much for a Puppy?
Dr. Patty Khuly seeks an answer to a question many puppy owners ask, but finds that a definitive science-based answer is hard to come by.
Dog Always Thirsty? How Much Water Is Too Much?
How do you know if your dog is dehydrated? WebMD explains conditions that could lead to excessive drinking.
How Can You Tell if You Are Feeding Your Cat Too Much?
Cats are small and tend to spend most of their day sleeping. This means that they need only tiny meals. But many owners have trouble feeding their cats such small amounts, even though feeding too much will lead to obesity and poor health. Learn more.
Top Dog Training Tips
Read our top dog training tips to learn how to most effectively communicate and train your four legged friends! Our handy infographic has plenty of hints!
Basic Tips For Dog Training
Here are some Basic Tips For Dog Training. These are not all-inclusive, but will get you started in the right direction. While dogs are considered “man’s best friend”, they will need to undergo lots of training, exercises, discipline classes, and many more things before becoming the beloved protector and companion that you have dreamed of. […]
Tips for Basic Obedience Training
When teaching your dog basics like Sit, Stay, and Heel, there are certain ways you'll need to behave as well.
Guide to Puppy Obedience Training
Your brand-new puppy Dozer just hit your house like a tiny canine whirlwind. Earlier this week, you adopted this seven-week-old retriever mix through an...
Is Your Cat Bored? Does Your Cat Sleep Too Much? What is "Normal"?
Is Your Cat Bored? Does Your Cat Sleep Too Much? What is “Normal”? Is your cat bored? Is there enough going on in his life to keep him interested? Many pet owners wonder what their cats do while they are gone all day. Do they just sleep all day? And how much sleep is too …
This Kitten Just Met This Baby Owl, And What Happened Next Is Too Much For Words.
Basic Dog Training: Obedience Commands & Dog Training 101
American Kennel Club's dog training experts show you how to provide the best basic training for your dog like walking on a leash & socialization.
Puppies are like small sponges and are eager to learn in the early weeks! Get tips on establishing a good bedtime routine, clicker-training, house-breaking and more!
Basic Dog Training Tips for Beginners
Teaching your dog basic obedience will make your household a more pleasant place for all. Get started with dog training tips from the team at VetBabble
Training Tips: Potty Training 101
Nothing can be more frustrating than potty training a puppy or adult dog. However, there are ways to make this process easier on you and your pets. Potty training your dog is one of the most important things you can do.
Survey Results: How Much Dog Training Do Vetstreet Readers Do?
Puppy kindergarten? Official certifications? We polled over 1,800 Vetstreet readers to find out what kind of dog training they've done and how successful they were.
Dog Training: How To Teach Your Dog to Listen (leave it alone)
Another lesson on understanding your dog. An introduction to clicker training: www.youtube.com/watch?v=PnRSeuHD_fg Understanding your dog: www....