— Parvo in dogs is highly contagious and frequently deadly, but it is also relatively easy to prevent.
— Tips for handling "ringworm," a colloquial name for a skin condition caused by a fungus.
— Fat dogs aren't cute or funny, they're more likely to suffer costly health problems and not live as long.
— There are things we can look for -- and actions we can take -- as our canine companions get older.
— My French Bulldog and I tell you how to avoid health hazards during the Jewish holiday.
— Some fear that humans can catch it from dogs, while others say it's part of a dog's routine intestinal milieu.
— No, but a similar cognitive disorder can occur in older dogs; its symptoms can be progressive, and sadly, no good treatment is known for it.
— No, I am NOT recommending you feed your dog chocolate. But I think it's important to note that certain types and amounts of chocolate are much more dangerous than others.
— Measuring the trend depends on who you ask, but obesity does cause real problems for affected dogs.
— Through education and creating awareness, the intention of the "Scoop That Poop" campaign is to make a positive change in the world.
— This research is still very much in its nascency, but the research is definitely potentially a step in the right direction.
— What does that mean for dog owners concerned about this blood parasite?
— We have to monitor what my boy Kramer eats or we'll be cleaning a mess. Sound familiar?
— I believe the procedure still has big problems -- and its renewed push looks like it has more to do with profit than revolutionizing sterilization.
— Every spring, my dog Avon regularly eats grass -- then barfs it all over the place. What's going on?
— Some are obvious, but others are not. Here's a guide to dog health hazards in human goods.
— My intentions were good, but a nervous situation and a judgmental vet tech threw me off.
— It's dystocia -- when a dog can't deliver puppies -- and I hate it largely because of bad owners.
— My family adopted a dog with heartworm disease, so I founded a nonprofit called Wags 4 Hope to help dogs like him in shelters.
— This condition can be treated at home, with guidance from your vet. Here how it went for me.
— This was way harder than I thought. Some health matters you should probably leave to the pros.
— Some say antibody titers can determine whether a dog needs certain vaccines. What's the truth?
— Some of my dogs experience motion sickness, but others don't. How about your dogs?
— It's summer; learn about ticks and dog health.
— My dog likes trails over parks, but that could be because she is small. What does your dog prefer?
— According to the American Veterinary Medical Association, every year more than 4.5 million people in the United States are victims of dog bites
— If the gurgling is caused by hunger, then the treatment is simple: breakfast. But it could also be a sign of serious gastrointestinal problems.
— In the old days, vets advised annual vaccination for all dogs. However, recent evidence has indicated that such a schedule is overkill.
— Everyone hates cleaning up poop. So I founded DoodyCalls. The business is now in 23 states.
— A vet group says more than half of U.S. dogs are obese. Does your dog need help shedding the pounds?