Why Is My Dog Throwing Up Bile?

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Dog vomiting is a somewhat common occurrence, but it becomes a true health concern when a dog is throwing up bile. If your dog throws up yellow foam, or a yellow-green foam, it’s probably bile, and you should take your pup to the vet right away to determine the cause. . . . → Read More: Why Is My Dog Throwing Up Bile?

How Often Should You Walk Your Dog?

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How often should you walk your dog? Determining how often to walk a dog depends on several factors, including your dog’s breed, age

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What to Expect When Your Kitty Becomes a Senior Cat

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My 15-year-old cat, Lance, sits next to me as I write this piece. He is special to me because he is the oldest of my four cats and we have shared quite a bit of time together. Caring for

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How Old is Your Cat in People Years?

Original Article By Pet Health Network The health of your cat can change drastically with age. Beginning at around age 9, your cat enters senior years. At this stage, cats often begin to develop diseases common to their senior-human counterparts, such as diabetes, heart disease, hyperthyroidism, kidney disease and cancer. In fact, one out . . . → Read More: How Old is Your Cat in People Years?

11 Facts About Fleas

Original Article By Kate Hughes from PetMD

Most pet owners have some experience dealing with fleas. After all, fleas are indiscriminate parasites, happy enough to feed off of dogs and cats, ferrets and rabbits, and, of course, humans, when the need arises. While a lot people have encountered these nasty little parasites, they know . . . → Read More: 11 Facts About Fleas

8 Surprising Facts About Puppy and Kitten Nutrition

Original Article By Paula Fitzsimmons

Think you know all there is to know about puppy and kitten nutrition? Are you aware that puppies and kittens are more sensitive to nutritional imbalances than adults, for example? Or that excess calcium intake can cause a puppy to develop orthopedic disease?

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Wildfire smoke can be hazardous to animals: how to keep them safe

Wildfire smoke can be hazardous to animals: how to keep them safe

Can You Give a Dog Benadryl?

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If your dog is unlucky enough to be stung by a bee or bitten by a mosquito, of course you’ll want to ease their itching and prevent your dog from having an allergic reaction. Since Benadryl is a go-to over-the-counter medicine for people, is it safe to give a dog Benadryl? The . . . → Read More: Can You Give a Dog Benadryl?

Clear the Shelters Campaign Helps Shelter Pets Find Forever Homes

By Kendall Curley | Featured on PetMD

According to the ASPCA, around 6.5 million animals pass through the doors of US animal shelters every year. And while there are approximately 3.2 million shelter animals adopted each year, there is still a very large gap between the two numbers.

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Kidney Diets for Cats: What to Look for

By Jennifer Coates, DVM | Featured on PetMD

Kidney disease is extremely common in cats. It can develop quickly, because of something like an infection or exposure to antifreeze, or over many years for no apparent reason. Symptoms and treatment for kidney disease vary depending the specifics of the case, but oftentimes, a diet . . . → Read More: Kidney Diets for Cats: What to Look for