— Bladder incontinence in dogs can have many causes -- a leading one, back problems, is often overlooked. Here's what you need to know.
— My rescue dog Tucker had terrible nightmares, but now he often sleeps happily on his side.
— Dogs who consume ethylene glycol face grave danger, but recent developments have helped reduce canine fatalities from antifreeze.
— Tapeworms in dogs are parasitic flatworms that grow to maturity inside a dog's small intestine.
— Are grapes poisonous to dogs? It's still a veterinary mystery, but knowledge has improved.
— We run down the basics of dog pregnancy, including the gestation period for dogs.
— I recently learned my dog had advanced tooth decay. Here's how you can prevent it.
— Tips, causes, and treatments for this common problem that often lasts only a day or two.
— We run down the causes, treatment, and prevention of typical dog constipation.
— You may not know it, but 2013 was a tumultuous year for the vet world, from drug shortages and recalls to revolt in the American Veterinary Medical Association.
— Symptoms are unclear and diagnosis is difficult, but treated early, pancreatitis in dogs can be managed.
— Canine coprophagia (better known as dogs eating poop) continues to puzzle us. Here's what we know so far.
— We separate fact from fiction when it comes to hypoallergenic dogs -- and provide you with a "master list" of hypoallergenic dogs.
— Combating fleas? Soothing dry skin? There's a simple homemade dog shampoo recipe for all needs.
— What is kennel cough? Think the common cold for dogs.
— 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?
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