— After years of testing, medications, and switching between store-bought foods, I'm now making her food myself and finally finding her some relief.
— Immune-mediated hemolytic anemia (IMHA) is a common condition in dogs, but what causes it is a bit of a mystery.
— The weird odor of Frito feet in dogs arises when microscopic organisms proliferate due to diet, environmental conditions, and irregular hygiene.
— Learn the fundamentals of your dog's mouth, and how to care for every part of it.
— How often should you really brush your dog's teeth or hit the vet's for a cleaning? Let's talk.
— Through sales of pet products and Valentine's Day kits, Tito's Vodka helps Emancipet provide low-cost and free spaying and neutering services.
— Crash testing by Subaru and the Center for Pet Safety in 2013 found that nearly all fared poorly. Two manufacturers have taken the results and made improvements.
— I recently learned my dog had advanced tooth decay. Here's how you can prevent it.
— Here are the important facts to chew on when it comes to dog dental health.
— February offers no shortage of opportunities to imbibe, but under no circumstances should you share alcohol with your dog.
— February is full of tubers -- it's Potato Lover's Month and National Sweet Potato Month -- but is it safe to enjoy these staple veggies with our dogs?
— February is National Spay/Neuter Awareness month, so let's talk about the best ways to educate others.
— A gym membership? Pah! Owning a dog is like having a live-in personal trainer.
— The benefits for your dog are many -- including a softer coat and leaner body -- but it does require an investment of time and money.
— January 21 is National Granola Bar Day. Are these healthy snacks and their ingredients safe to share with your dog?
— Puppy mange sounds scary, but it is actually quite common and usually not dangerous -- and some of the most effective treatments are very simple.
— Jan. 19 is National Popcorn Day. Is it safe to share the snack with our dog friends?
— Forensic chemist Yvette d'Entremont has created a petition that calls for Petco to stop selling the "homeopathic" product because it's 13-percent alcohol.
— A Beagle came to me with mysterious symptoms. It turned out he had eaten one of the most dangerous -- and common -- items to dogs in the U.S.
— December is Tropical Fruits Month! Which of these 11 fruits can you safely share with your dogs?
— A reader wonders whether her dog might have died after eating a THC edible. Our vet has a one-word answer.
— Fire, food, friends, and festooned homes: Hanukkah provides plenty of chances for dogs to get into mischief!
— We've got the answers to Google's top 10 dog-related searches for 2014!
— The holidays can present your dog with unusual temptations, anxieties, and dangers. Keep your dog safe this Christmas!
— Clean feet, additional nutrients, and a warm, dry bed are among our suggestions for ways to protect your dog against the next polar vortex!
— Canine influenza virus, which affects only dogs, is highly contagious, but usually runs its course within a few weeks.
— Most Thanksgiving foods are okay in moderation, but it's the extras in some foods -- and excessive consumption -- that cause dogs problems.
— While skin tags and fatty tumors are common as dogs grow older, no skin growth should be dismissed without veterinary attention!
— The furry masked bandits might be cute, but the scavengers also can be dogs' worst enemies.
— All dogs have dewclaws on their front paws, some on their hind legs, and a select few even have double dewclaws! Learn all about them here.
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