Parasites come in two main varieties, external and internal, but all are bad for your pet’s health. In some cases, they endanger human health as well. With the potential for parasites to harm both animal and human health, veterinarians at Colorado State University consider parasite control a cornerstone of preventive veterinary care.
We humans know to call 9-1-1 or visit an emergency room when faced with serious injury or illness – but what do we do when a pet needs emergency veterinary care?
Veterinarians are trained to pick up subtle cues that something is not right with your pet, but cannot learn everything through senses alone.
This information will help you avoid potential dangers – and will help you respond if your pet does get into something poisonous.
Early November marks National Animal Shelter and Rescue Appreciation Week, a good time to note the amazing work our shelters do in keeping animals and people safe and cared for in our communities.
When a pet is diagnosed with cancer, there may be several treatment options to consider. Sometimes, one of these is enrollment in a clinical trial.
The best chance to achieve complete surgical removal of cancer is during the first surgical procedure.
Learning someone you love has cancer is scary, but as a pet parent you have options. This helpful article will help you navigate next steps as you develop an action plan.
Many of us with active and outdoorsy lifestyles have dogs that likewise are active and outdoorsy: It’s common to see people walking, running, hiking and playing fetch with their dogs.