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Understanding Your Pet's Pain and How to Help

Pets and Upset Bellies

Laura Dayton, DVM
Feb 07, 2021

Click to jump to Dog Stool Infographic There are few things that will bring an animal into the vet quite as quickly as a bout of diarrhea. For most small animal veterinarians, it is something we see on a daily basis. Sometimes, dog diarrhea cases… Read More

Heather Newett, MPH, DVM
Jan 28, 2021

Our feline friends hide disease and injury incredibly well, so cat parents should be aware of subtle signs of illness. As a cat parent, you need to pay attention to your cat’s circadian rhythms, energy levels, eating and drinking interest, and… Read More

Katherine Smith, DVM, CVA, CVSMT
Aug 03, 2020

When you have an upset stomach, you probably reach for ginger ale orcrackersto settle your tummy. But what should you do when your dog’s stomach is out of sorts? Here’s some information about the causes and symptoms of upset stomach in dogs and tips… Read More

Spa Care For Your Pet

Joel DeJaynes, DVM
Dec 21, 2021

Cleaning your dog’s ears is part of their overall health and well-being routine. It may also berequiredto prevent or treat health issues. However, cleaning your dog’s ears can be challenging, especially ifyou’venever cleaned a dog’s ears andare… Read More

Jennifer Grota, DVM
Dec 27, 2021

Cats are fascinating creatures and popular companions. Part of that popularity stems from their being self-sufficient and fairly low maintenance compared to some other animals. Yet while cats often manage all their own grooming, their ears may need… Read More

PetMD Editorial
Feb 16, 2017

By David F. Kramer If your dog had the wherewithal to make out a list of his least favorite things to do, getting a bath would probably be close to the top. Since dog baths tend to be messy, time-consuming and not a whole lot of fun for everyone… Read More