Who doesn’t crave a nice piece of chocolate now and then? Unfortunately for our pets, the ingestion of chocolate can have serious side effects for them.
Cheyletiellosis; no, it is not a Stephen King horror story—there is such a thing as “walking dandruff.”
Cherry eye is a disorder of the third eyelid, which is located in the inside corner of each eye.
This hefty term refers to a common problem for us as well as for our pets: campylobacteriosis causes enteritis, an inflammation of the intestinal tract, which can result in diarrhea.
If your dog coughs like a smoker but you know it’s not from a pack-a-day habit, he could be suffering from chronic bronchitis.
Blastomycosis is a potentially deadly disease that is caused by a fungus found in damp soil where mold is present.
According to the Merriam-Webster dictionary, the definition of arthritis is “the inflammation of joints.”
There are several forms of heart disease in dogs. The two most common are cardiomyopathy (literally, heart muscle disease) and chronic valve disease (CVD).
Ticks are not only disgusting little blood-sucking creatures, they are dangerous, too.
Anal sac disease is a common and very smelly problem.