Are you TRULY prepared to leave your pet while you travel? The thing every pet owner forgets.
Vacation time is upon us! We all think we have our act together when it comes to our pets, but the majority of pet owners forget one very important detail. This article might be a little of a downe…
How to Get Your Dog to Stop Barking : The Humane Society of the United States
Try these techniques to stop your dog from barking. All of them can be successful, but don’t expect miracles overnight. The longer your dog has been practicing the barking behavior, the longer it will take for him to change his ways.
Why Does My Cat... Eat Food Away From His Bowl?
Does your kitty carry his dinner into a corner to eat? Dr. Marty Becker explains why this odd feline habit is not so strange after all.
Client handout: How to win the barking dog battle
Have your veterinary clients try these tips for more peaceful pooches.
10 Signs of Cancer in Dogs
It is notoriously difficult to detect cancer early in pets. Get the facts about early detection, treatment and more from Dr. Phil Zeltzman.
10 Dogs That Love the Water, as Chosen by Veterinary Professionals
Looking for a dog breed or mix that likes swimming, boating or fishing? We asked 249 veterinary professionals to vote on the most water-loving dogs.
Do You Know How to Pet a Dog? Techniques Dogs Will Love
Petting a dog isn't as simple as you think. Follow trainer Mikkel Becker's tips on how to pet a dog and you'll have a canine friend for life.
Retired Guide Dogs Finally Get to Kick Back
Ever wonder what happens to guide dogs when they become too old to serve their blind owners? Read the heartwarming stories of several retired guide dogs.
Why Does My Dog or Cat... Misbehave at the Veterinary Clinic?
Does your dog bark and howl? Your cat hiss and scratch? Dr. Sarah Wooten explains what's really going on when your pets act up and explains how to help prevent it.
Tricks for treats: How to train pets for a Fear-Free veterinary experience
Fear-Free veterinary visits start before the dog trots through your front door. Pet owners can help by training these three behaviors to make the exam a less stressful experience.