When Should You Worry About Lymphoma in Dogs?

You are likely aware that lymphoma is a form of cancer that impacts both humans and dogs. Hearing that your dog received its first canine lymphoma diagnosis, could be particularly concerning and troublesome. However, there are more than 30 types of canine lymphomas, each of … [Read more...]

Tick-Borne Diseases: Signs, Symptoms, And Prevention

If you enjoy spending time in the great outdoors or have a beloved pet that ventures outside, you'll want to learn about tick-borne diseases. In addition to spreading Lyme disease, ticks can cause a host of other health ailments. Read here for more information.Tick-Borne … [Read more...]

5 Effective Home Remedies For Dog Constipation

If you've discovered that your canine friend is suffering from constipation, you will want to help your dog regulate their digestive system quickly. In addition to seeking advice from a veterinarian,  read here to learn more about effective and safe home remedies to … [Read more...]

3 Possible Causes Of Your Dog’s Low Red Blood Cell Count

Just like humans, dogs can also experience anemia and a low red blood cell count. Contrary to humans, canine anemia is not dependent on an iron deficiency. Despite a loving and caring dog owner's efforts, sometimes a canine can experience unwanted health problems.Thankfully, … [Read more...]

Siberian Husky

  The Best and the Worst of Pure-Bred Siberian Huskies Siberian huskies are a breed that is predisposed to a variety of disease, particularly neoplastic, ocular and dermatologic. Some of these diseases have known genetic factors, while others are anecdotal. To … [Read more...]

Monitoring a cat with diabetes

  The Diabetic Person Typically a person with diabetes will monitor their blood glucose levels frequently throughout the day. Based on their blood glucose levels they can adjust what they eat and the amount of insulin or oral hypoglycemic medication they take. It is … [Read more...]

Feline Leukemia Treatment

A cat that is infected with the feline leukemia virus (FeLV) should not necessarily be euthanized.  There are some options that pet owners can consider for feline leukemia treatment. They develop the same diseases that affect non-infected cats and can respond favorably to … [Read more...]

Feline Leukemia Vaccine

Keeping cats confined indoors in a feline leukemia virus (FeLV) free household is the simplest form of protection against FeLV infection.  For cats allowed to wander outside, the feline leukemia vaccine (FeLV) provides the best means of protection, however they are not 100% … [Read more...]

Doberman Pinscher Diseases

Doberman Pinchers as a breed are genetically predisposed to a number of diseases though not as many as some breeds. Some are just anecdotal where as with others the genetic factors are known. Most pure breed dogs are breed rather closely to near relatives. This process … [Read more...]

Standard Poodle Diseases

Standard Poodles as a breed are genetically predisposed to a number of diseases though not as many as many other breeds such as Golden Retrievers. Some diseases appear to be inherited but actual genetic coding has not been definitively identified.  Most pure breed dogs are … [Read more...]