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PetMD Editorial
Sep 18, 2019

Reviewed for accuracy on September 18, 2019, by Dr. Katie Grzyb, DVM “At every new puppy appointment, people always ask how fast they will grow and when they will stop growing,” says Dr. Meghan Walker, a veterinarian at Weddington Animal Hospital in Matthews, North Carolina… Read More

Monica Tarantino, DVM
Sep 13, 2019

With pets living longer than ever, cancer has become a diagnosis that we see more commonly in older dogs. The American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) reports that one in four dogs will develop cancer at some time in their life and that 50% of pets over the age of 10… Read More

Laci Schaible, DVM, MSL, CVJ
Aug 27, 2019

As the holidays roll around and our plates overflow with home-cooked goodness, remember that many holiday foods are bad for dogs and can even be toxic. From savory mashed potatoes and gravy to sweets and treats, learn which foods to avoid sharing—whether it’s letting them… Read More

Natalie Stilwell, DVM, MS, PhD
Aug 12, 2019

Cancer is a topic that no pet parent wants to think about. But the fact is that one in three dogs will eventually develop some form of cancer during their lifetime. If caught early, roughly half of all canine cancers are treatable. That’s why it’s so important to learn the… Read More

PetMD Editorial
Aug 08, 2019

Reviewed for accuracy on August 8, 2019, by Dr. Jennifer Coates, DVM If your dog is suffering from mild to moderate anxiety, it may be worth discussing over-the-counter (OTC) options with your veterinarian. Some natural remedies for dog anxiety include nutritional… Read More

Liz Bales, VMD
Aug 08, 2019

I had the best dog. She saw me through veterinary school, marriage and the birth of my first child. We grew up together. But by the time she was 14 years old, Veena was suffering from painful arthritis in her hips and back along with GI problems, and was having difficulty… Read More