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

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 determine the reason why your dog… Read More

Hector Joy, DVM
Jun 30, 2020

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’re also loaded with… Read More

Heather Hoffmann, DVM
Jun 30, 2020

Jump to Section: How to Potty Train a Puppy How to Potty Train an Adult Dog One of the most important first steps when you adopt a puppy is house training, aka potty training. The process of training a puppy (or adult dog) to learn the appropriate time and place to… Read More

Christina Fernandez, DVM, DACVECC
Jun 30, 2020

Chocolate is toxic to dogs. Despite being a tasty treat for people, ingesting even the smallest amount can be extremely hazardous to your dogs’ health. In rare cases, dogs can die from eating chocolate. If your dog ate chocolate, contact your veterinarian, an emergency… Read More

Leigh Burkett, DVM
Jun 30, 2020

Does your dog or puppy itch, scratch, chew, or lick themselves excessively? These are all signs that your dog may have allergies. Allergies are common in dogs—in fact, they are one of the top reasons for veterinary appointments. Dog allergy symptoms more commonly affect the… Read More