Dog Shots are No Fun!

Dog Shots are No Fun!

by Mom the Muse January 15, 2014, in Health

I hate those annual vaccinations.

A Bulldog Named Bulldog

A Bulldog Named Bulldog

by Trajan Genoa July 5, 2013, in Dogs

To my pal, Bulldog.

Is You Dog Aggressive? Maybe You’re Just Not Feeling Its Pain

Is You Dog Aggressive? Maybe You’re Just Not Feeling Its Pain

by Norm Schneider June 14, 2012, in Dogs

Study suggests that hidden pain may be the cause of canine aggressive behavior.

Arthritis in Cats

Arthritis in Cats

by nancynurse January 23, 2012, in Cats

Arthritis causes severe pain and relieving that pain becomes a major objective in the treatment of any arthritic cat. Cats hide the signs of their pain effectively, making it difficult whether treatment is necessary. Arthritis is more common in older cats.

Canine Joint Pain and Arthritis

Canine Joint Pain and Arthritis

by rohit9975 August 27, 2011, in Pets

Canine Joint Pain and Arthritis.

Can My Dog Get a Toothache?

Can My Dog Get a Toothache?

by Taters Mom June 22, 2011, in Health

The answer to can my dog get a toothache is yes! I do not know about you, but how often do you think about your dog’s teeth? If you are like me, not too often. A dog’s teeth should be routinely examined at least once a year by your vet and you, as the pet parent should take a peek inside your dog’s mouth at least every few months. Why?

Can My Dog Get Prostate Problems?

Can My Dog Get Prostate Problems?

by Taters Mom May 28, 2011, in Dogs

I realize this seems like a very odd problem to talk about regarding dogs. However, many of my readers have male dogs that they use for breeding and though it can affect neutered dogs, too, it is more common in “intact dogs” and is worth taking the time to remind pet owners of this problem. A vet should give a prostate examine to any intact male dog over the age of five years as a preventative measure.

Cherry Eye/the Third Eyelid

Cherry Eye/the Third Eyelid

by Taters Mom May 26, 2011, in Pets

Humans, dogs and cats have a lot of features in common. We share many of the same reactions to stress and pain, but there is one thing that cats, canines and most other animals have, that we don’t, the third eyelid.

Understanding Inflammatory Bowel Disease in Dogs!

Understanding Inflammatory Bowel Disease in Dogs!

by Taters Mom May 5, 2011, in Dogs

You take good care of your dog, feed it the best food you can afford, make certain it gets at least a yearly veterinarian exam and make sure your pet is safely confined to your yard or on a leash with you. However, in the past few weeks you have noticed your pet has had several persistent bouts with diarrhea and now and then is vomiting. Your dog even looks as though it has lost some weight. You have not changed its diet, so what is wrong?