Ellen Malmanger, DVM
Jun 30, 2020

If your dog has ingested an orange or tangerine or clementine, you may be wondering, “Can dogs eat oranges?” Here’s the good news: Yes, dogs can eat the fleshy part of oranges. While some dogs may not enjoy the acidic taste of this citrus fruit, the fruit of oranges is safe… Read More

Ellen Malmanger, DVM
Jun 30, 2020

[video:wistia|2mcztolgiw|true] Dogs are omnivorous, which means that they require a combination of animal and plant material to have a healthy, balanced diet. Dogs can eat some fruits, but other fruits are toxic to dogs, such as grapes and raisins. Due to the balanced… Read More

Leslie Gillette, DVM
Jun 30, 2020

[video:wistia|043mcdzl9u|true] Yes, dogs can eat fish. Fish may be found as an essential ingredient in nutritionally-balanced commercial dog foods, or introduced as part of a healthy, home-cooked diet plan for your dog.  Fish provides a great source of protein, is… Read More

Leslie Gillette, DVM
Jun 30, 2020

One of the most common concerns that you may face as a dog owner is whether or not your dog has worms. As gross as that thought may be, intestinal worms are pretty common.  Here’s what you need to know about worms in dogs: how to tell if your dog has worms, how dogs get… Read More

Teresa Manucy, DVM
Jun 30, 2020

[video:wistia|hazg4mch1f|true] Barking is a common way for dogs to express their desires to their pet parents and to the world around them. But excessive dog barking can be frustrating and startling—and possibly a sign of an underlying behavioral issue. It’s important to… Read More

Hector Joy, DVM
Jun 30, 2020

[video:wistia|ybxtcvtbr8|true] For dogs, an apple a day can keep the veterinarian away. That’s right: Dogs can eat apples. I recommend apples as a nutritious snack for dogs. Apples provide an excellent source of vitamin C, which is necessary for proper immune function. They… Read More