— Bladder incontinence in dogs can have many causes -- a leading one, back problems, is often overlooked. Here's what you need to know.
— I couldn't find healthy dog treats, so I started my Give a Doggy a Bone "barkery." It's been intense!
— A study shows that for various reasons, people believe routine visits are unnecessary -- no wonder emergency visits are increasing.
— I've seen lots of lost-dog flyers in Brooklyn, some good and some bad; here's what I've learned.
— You might know that grapes and raisins are toxic to dogs; here's a rundown of other popular fruits.
— Follow these tips to make the "spring forward" change a little easier on our canine companions.
— Cherry eye in dogs affects the tear gland in the third eyelid, and it should be treated early to prevent long-term eye problems.
— In cities like New York City, Chicago, and Boston, dogs are being electrocuted simply by walking down sidewalks -- some are even dying from it.
— Some breeders who want short-tailed dogs are breeding them rather than docking them.
— If you have your heart set on a particular breed of dog, there are plenty of breed-specific shelters and rescues that will be happy to help.
— Keep your dog safe by using this infographic about poison prevention -- and tell others about it.
— Lyme disease is caused by bacteria transmitted through tick bites. Here are symptoms, treatment options, and prevention tips.
— In general, you'll recognize the symptoms of conjunctivitis in dogs when the whites of their eyes become pink or red. Here's how to help your pup through the ordeal.
— Your flea and tick spray could be flammable, as one unlucky dog in Florida recently learned.
— Here are five golden rules to follow when your kids are around us. We can all be friends, can't we?
— I've been on the road with Luna for more than a year and a half, and I find myself happier, stronger, and more grounded than I’ve ever been.
— Here are the important facts to chew on when it comes to dog dental health.
— Married 50 years to your high school sweetheart? Awesome, but not the same as having a guide dog.
— Tapeworms in dogs are parasitic flatworms that grow to maturity inside a dog's small intestine.
— How do you keep your dog safe and engaged during winter's icy blast? Here are some tips.
— Hot spots can develop on any dog, especially in warm, moist conditions. Act fast to prevent their spread!
— Are the blind misunderstood? Sure, but even more misunderstood than the blind are our guide dogs.
— Blood donation for dogs is more common, and perks for those who sign up include free vet care.
— Heartworm disease in dogs is a parasitic, blood-borne disorder caused by an invasive nematode. Here's what you need to know.
— Like full-fledged service animals, ESAs are about freedom and health for people with disabilities.
— A story about three Pit Bulls stolen from an Arkansas shelter got me thinking: How can we prevent this?
— Don't be one of those people who refuses to outfit your dog with a coat. Fur isn't everything, people.
— Mange in dogs encompasses several skin conditions caused by mites. Here are the causes and the treatments for this canine health issue.
— Dog ear mites are tiny, common parasites that are really gross; here are treatment options.
— I recall the challenges of the first days, weeks, and years. Here are tips on how to cope.
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