St. Patrick’s Day Safety For Your Cat
There are a few hazards all pet owners should keep in mind before heading out to their St. Paddy’s Day festivities — and we aren’t just talking about leprechauns.
Happy World Spay Day: Time To Get It Done
With overpopulated shelters and rescues, World Spay Day brings awareness to the problem, encouraging pet owners to spay and neuter their pet dogs and cats.
Hypothermia In Cats: Symptoms And What To Do
With cold winter months and record-low temperatures, pets are especially susceptible to hypothermia; here's what you need to know about this potentially fatal condition.
6 Ways To Save Money On Vet Bills
If you've taken a trip to the veterinarian lately you must have realized medical care for pets is becoming as expensive as human medical care.
World Rabies Day Is September, 28th: Vaccinate Your Pets
September 28 is World Rabies Day; U.S. vets are educating pet owners about symptoms and the importance of keeping your pets’ vaccinated against the disease.
E-Cigarettes Are Toxic To Pets
Although the benefits of e-cigarettes for humans are still in question, according to the Pet Poison Helpline, nicotine poisoning of pet dogs and cats is on the rise.
Medical Procedure Creates A Cat-Dog?
An orange tabby cat named Buttercup was lethargic and suffering from a low red blood cell count; fortunately, a veterinarian in South Keys, Florida, knew of a potential cure.
7 Symptoms You Should Not Ignore In Your Cat
When tough economic times arise, pet owners look for ways to save money on their four-legged friends; here are seven symptoms of potentially more troubling dog health issues.
Spotting And Reporting Pet Abuse
Just because an animal is timid or aggressive, doesn’t mean it’s being abused. But there are signs to look for that may indicate pet neglect or abuse, which include:
Stress At The Veterinary ER Goes Both Ways
Vets at the emergency room often see the worst dogs and cats infected with deadly diseases and suffering from devastating injuries; here's how they cope.
How To Find A New Veterinarian For Your Cat
"I just moved across the country and need to find a new vet. What questions should I be asking potential DVMs and how should I make my decision?"
Anti-Vaccine Fears Spreading To Parents Of Pets
As the human debate rages on over vaccines, a startling number of pets are also going unvaccinated, leading to animals being vulnerable to fatal diseases.
Summer safety for your pet
Summer is here and that means fun in the sun for us and our four-legged family members. While long days spent frolicking outdoors creates priceless memories, it can also pose hidden dangers to your pet. By following these simple guidelines, you can ensure your pet enjoys summer safely. Keep your dog hydrated Pets that play […]
Top 10 Most Serious Pet Diseases
Almost a dozen of the deadliest diseases for a dog or cat are examined along with treatments, mortality rates, and potential cures for the afflictions.
The Tooth Fairy helps homeless dogs and cats
Did you know dental disease is the most common problem that affects dogs and cats? Professional animal dentists have donated their time to help pets in need at Best Friends.
Veterinarians issue reminder about Lyme Disease
It’s the end of summer: Beware of Lyme Disease, which is spread by the black-legged tick that lives in forests or grassy, wooded, marshy areas near rivers, lakes, or oceans.
Top 5 steps to choosing a good vet
For pet owners, one of the most crucial decisions is finding the right vet; here are five things to look for in a perspective caregiver for your four-legged family member.
Keep your pet safe this Valentine’s Day
It’s Valentine’s Day; before jumping into the festivities, look at these tips about pet safety, as chocolate, plants, and even underwear(!) could be deadly for pets.
Uh oh: Marijuana poisoning in pets is on the rise
With the legalization of marijuana in Washington State and Colorado, instances of dog and cat poisonings have increased; here’s how to keep Fluffy and Fido safe.
November is Pet Diabetes Month
Diabetes in dogs and cats is on the rise in the United States, with as many as 1 in 500 pets afflicted with the disease; find out what you can do to keep your pet healthy.