Epilepsy is found in all breeds and mixed breeds of dogs. If your dog is experiencing either mild or severe seizures, there is help for both of you.
Despite the name, ringworm is caused by a fungus, Microsporum canis and less frequently by other species. Here is what you need to know.
Rabies is probably the oldest and most well-known (if also misunderstood) of the diseases that can affect almost all warm-blooded mammals.
Research on canine hip dysplasia (CHD) suggests it is a more complex disease than was first thought. There are no simple answers or solutions to the problem.
Symptoms may not appear until a full year has passed since infection. Because of this, heartworm disease in a dog is often mistaken for another problem.
These parasites are usually contracted by drinking contaminated water or by eating contaminated feces. Here’s what you need to know about Giardia infection in dogs.
Here is a quick rundown of the most common forms of eye problems in dogs, including collie eye anomaly, progressive retinal atrophy, and glaucoma.
Parvo is highly contagious, and puppies have the highest mortality. Here is a quick rundown of what you need to know about canine parvovirus (CPV).
Blood in a dog’s stools can appear in several ways, each indicating a different problem. Here’s what you need to know about bloody stools in dogs.
Normally, anal sacs are emptied when a dog defecates. Some dogs with overactive anal glands may require occasional help. Your vet can demonstrate the procedure.