Dog Health & Care
Have you ever seen dogs with two different colored eyes? It’s called heterochromia, and certain dog breeds are prone to having it. But is heterochromia in dogs a problem?
Pet parents often wonder, “how often should I take my dog to the vet?” At minimum, an annual dog wellness exam establishes a baseline and makes sure any concerns are discovered quickly.
Dogs get skin issues, just like us. Signs of discomfort can be persistent scratching or itching, biting or licking their paws, or picking at a particularly irritated or infected spot, called a hot spot. Here’s what to do.
For most of us, our dogs are usually involved in every aspect of our lives. As a result, injuries can occur. Burns are uncommon in dogs, but they do happen. It’s important to know how to manage them should they occur.
DNA tests aren’t just about finding out what breeds your dog is mixed with anymore, but now help provide important information about your dog’s health. Let’s take a look at today’s DNA kits.
Is your Husky too husky? As painful as it is to you, it’s even more painful for pooches who carry unnecessary extra pounds. The following indicators mean it’s time to turn your pup from fat and frumpy to phat and fabulous.
Experts estimate at least 10% of dogs have heart disease. Could yours be one of them? What you need to know about your dog’s heart health and how to keep her ticker ticking.