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Thinking about trying turmeric for your dog? Learn what the science says and how to use it effectively.
Digestive tract upsets are one of the most common reasons dogs visit veterinary clinics. I frequently prescribe probiotic supplements to help dogs recover. My clients often say, "Can I give my dog human probiotics? I already have some for myself." My answer is: Yes!...
A veterinarian reviews why your dog is panting and pacing and how to help. Many helpful supplements and lifestyle tweaks to help your dog feel calmer.
When people ask me how long a dog can go without eating, it’s usually for one of two reasons. Either their dog is healthy but doesn’t eat as much as expected or the dog is sick and refusing food. I searched the internet to see what’s out there for people to find on...
Allergies are the most common culprit when a dog’s eyelid is swollen. Dr. Thompson explains how to help your dog feel better.
What should you do if your dog jumped after being spayed? Learn what to look for and how to care for a dog after spay/neuter surgery.
If your dog’s ears are red and hot, you want to find him some relief quickly. Find out why dogs get ear infections and how to help him with home care.
Can healthy cats eat urinary food? Most healthy adult cats can eat urinary formula cat food. A vet gives advice on which cats should NOT eat urinary food.
Learn how prevent UTI in cats. Dr. T. gives easy tips to make sure your cat’s bladder stays healthy.