— You might know that grapes and raisins are toxic to dogs; here's a rundown of other popular fruits.
— Burping helps protect dogs from bloat, which is one of the worst things that can happen to a dog.
— 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.
— You played a role in shaping my character, mainly my fervor to aid creatures in need.
— DNA testing for breed heritage may be interesting, but it's not yet medically relevant for dogs -- it's entertainment, basically.
— Enter to win dental sticks, floss bones, and dental sauce. Keep your dog's teeth healthy!
— Lyme disease is caused by bacteria transmitted through tick bites. Here are symptoms, treatment options, and prevention tips.
— If you've seen the phrase “No animals were harmed in the making of this film,” here's how the American Humane Association ensures that's true.
— 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.
— Veterinary medicine, which is the impoverished stepchild of human medicine, has never benefitted from such a massive study. Until now.
— Authorities and residents suspect the same person who in 2013 poisoned several dogs and killed one.
— Here are five golden rules to follow when your kids are around us. We can all be friends, can't we?
— Here are the important facts to chew on when it comes to dog dental health.
— Michigan Humane Society staffers raise awareness of the dangers of leaving dogs outside in winter.
— I believe there is, if it's a choice between that or rehoming your dog. What do you think?
— Dogs who consume ethylene glycol face grave danger, but recent developments have helped reduce canine fatalities from antifreeze.
— Below are some other V-Day gifts that your lovesick pup might eat, so take precautions.
— Tapeworms in dogs are parasitic flatworms that grow to maturity inside a dog's small intestine.
— Progress is being made, but the horrific conditions and brutish lives of puppy mill dogs continue.
— A woman keeps a puppy alive who could die within the hour, and people are outraged. Why?
— Hot spots can develop on any dog, especially in warm, moist conditions. Act fast to prevent their spread!
— Does being owned by a vet mean a dog will have every possible advantage in life? The answer might surprise you.
— It's National Pet Dental Health Month, so Orapup is giving away 10 starter packs. Enter to win!
— Are grapes poisonous to dogs? It's still a veterinary mystery, but knowledge has improved.
— 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.
— We run down the basics of dog pregnancy, including the gestation period for dogs.
— It's a biological fact that there are no non-shedding dog breeds, but some shed less than others.
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