Addison’s disease in dogs is a rare but potentially fatal disorder in which the adrenal glands do not secrete enough gluco- and mineralo-corticoids.
Most worms have a lifecycle that makes it easy to re-infest dogs. Here are some steps you can take to prevent worms in your pet.
Vomiting is one of the most common and nonspecific symptoms that a dog can have. You’ll need to look at how and what your dog is vomiting.
An indispensable part of keeping your dog healthy is to keep its vaccinations up-to-date.
Although your vet will often clip them for you, many dogs need their nails trimmed more often than that to prevent nail injuries and other problems.
Normal temperature range for a dog is 100–103 degrees Fahrenheit. Here’s how to take a measurement.
A dog’s skin depends on the hair and oils on it to keep it in good condition.
A female dog can start her first “heat” as early as 6 months old. Meanwhile, testosterone peaks in male dogs around 10 months old. Here’s what to expect.
Take general care during hot and summer weather that your dog does not get too hot.
There are a number of health benefits associated with neutering, for either sex.