Aja Senestraro, DVM
Apr 07, 2020

Fleas can be a serious problem. They can cause itching and allergic reactions, transmit diseases, and if they’re really severe, cause serious blood loss and illness. You should do your best to keep your pet protected from fleas. But complete protection against fleas means… Read More

Jennifer Coates, DVM
Mar 30, 2020

Nobody wants fleas crawling around on their pets or in their home. But if you do see fleas, there’s no need to panic. You can get rid of fleas quickly using several different methods. It’s important to remember that not every method is safe for every type of pet, so be sure… Read More

Katy Nelson, DVM
Mar 25, 2020

All over the country, temps are on the rise, trees are starting to bud, and flowers are starting to bloom. While we may be practicing social distancing, bugs are still out there causing problems for our pets. But if you could protect yourself, your family and your pet from… Read More

PetMD Editorial
Mar 19, 2020

Reviewed on March 19, 2020, by Dr. Jennifer Grota, DVM Some plants and cut flowers can actually be toxic to dogs, causing symptoms such as swelling of the mouth, vomiting, trembling, loss of coordination, seizures, difficulty breathing, or even death. But that doesn’t mean… Read More

Laci Schaible, DVM, MSL, CVJ
Feb 03, 2020

Many dogs will experience dry skin, itchy skin, or some type of skin issue at one time or another, whether it’s due to a change in weather or allergies. When your pup is feeling itchy or their skin is irritated, it’s natural to want to help them. One at-home remedy for… Read More

Aja Senestraro, DVM
Jan 14, 2020

Is there really such thing as a blood transfusion for dogs? Yes, dogs suffering from severe blood loss or blood diseases can receive blood transfusions from another healthy dog to help them recover. But matching them up is a little more involved since there are dog blood… Read More