Ringworm: It’s Not What You Think!
Despite its name, many pet parents are surprised to find that ringworm isn’t a worm—instead, it is a skin disease caused by a fungus.
Dalton Animal Care Introduces Canine Physical Rehabilitation Services
Open letter from Dr Jessica Rogers:
Escape Summertime Boredom with These 5 Activities for Kids and Dogs
Summertime and the living is easy! Well, it actually might not be so easy once boredom has set in for your kids. If you’re starting to hear those two words all parents dread to hear – “I’m bored” – then keep reading.
Does Your Dog Have Heart Disease?
If your dog coughs a lot, seems to gag, and/or no longer has the stamina to go on miles-long hikes, it could be due to heart problems.
Allergies in Dogs: What You Need to Know
For humans, fall often signals the end of allergy season, but for our pets, problems can persist year-round. Is your pup still itching long after spring’s first bloom?
Caring for Your Pet’s Teeth at Home
February may be National Pet Dental Health Month, but don’t forget that your pet’s teeth need some love the other 11 months of the year, too!
Pet First Aid Tips: Preparing for an Emergency Trip to the Vet
If your dog or cat had an accident, would you know how to stabilize them before transporting them to the vet or to an
Celebrate Spoil Your Dog Day with These Fun Ideas
August 10th is Spoil Your Dog Day, and while it might sound like a great opportunity to lavish your furry best friend with delicious treats, that might not be the healthiest thing for your dog.
Top 12 Reasons to Spay or Neuter
And remember folks, always spay or neuter your pets!
Tummy Trouble: Inflammatory Bowel Disease in Dogs and Cats
Is it a simple stomachache—or something more serious?