Dog Health & Care
Whether massaging your dog at home or through a massage therapist, massage helps dogs with arthritis, soft tissue injury, anxiety, joint disease, constipation and other conditions.
Age-related hearing loss in dogs is common. Our expert goes through signs to look for and how to make life more comfortable for your pet.
Maintaining dental health is imperative, whether your dog likes having his teeth brushed or not. Here are the latest in dental care alternatives to brushing a dog’s teeth.
Journaling your dog’s health and health care allows you to track physical and behavioral wellness over time, so when your vet asks specific questions, you have answers.
Wondering how to determine your dog’s target weight? A dog weight chart compares body composition for underweight, ideal weight and overweight dogs. We’ll show you how to use it.
What happens if dogs eat chocolate? Why do dogs and chocolate not mix in the first place? Which types of chocolate are the worst for dogs? Let’s discuss.
America is struggling with a veterinarian shortage, but efforts are being made to expand the veterinarian workforce — and give our pets the care they need.
Black and red colors in your dog’s vomit could be a sign of internal bleeding. It’s important to understand why these colors appear in your dog’s vomit, how to prevent it and what to do if you see them.
Goldendoodles rank high on the grooming maintenance list. Dogster has tips on keeping coats de-matted and healthy, plus the most popular Goldendoodle grooming styles.
If your dog has diarrhea, there are several things you can give him at home to help clear it up. Take him to a veterinarian if there is blood in the stool or it lasts more than three days.