Here, we focus on diseases and other health problems. Search by pet or by concern to learn the facts behind identification, prevention and treatment of these common health conditions.
Unspayed cats often repeatedly cycle through heat until they are spayed or bred.
A good question to consider before breeding any pet is: Should my pet have offspring?
The possibilities may seem endless for why your cat won't eat but the most important thing to remember is that if this behavior lasts for more than one day, it is very important to take your cat to the veterinarian. A cat's loss of appetite is a medically significant symptom and often indicates illness. A comprehensive examination along with certain tests can detect anything serious right away and can help lead the way to successful treatment.
If ingested, chocolate is actually toxic to your dog. Let’s talk about why, which types of chocolate are dangerous, signs of chocolate toxicity and treatment options.
If you’ve ever witnessed your dog having a coughing fit, you may have wondered if there might be something stuck in their throat. Did you wonder if you needed to do the dog Heimlich maneuver? Just because your dog is coughing doesn’t necessarily mean they are choking. Let’s talk about the signs that your dog is truly choking and what you can safely do about it.
Dog bloat, also known as twisted stomach or GDV, is a very serious dog health issue requiring immediate veterinary care – Learn more from Banfield Pet Hospital.
What do you do about cuts on dogs or cats? Learn some handy pet first aid tips from the pet health experts at Banfield Pet Hospital.
If your dog is vomiting blood, it is a potentially serious medical condition that requires immediate medical attention.
General grooming is an important part of good coat and skin health for your cat, but how easily this is accomplished and how often will depend on your cat.
If you are being affected by Hurricane Irene, read these tips to keep your pet safe. Tips include a list of neccessary supplies, the importance of microchipping and how to deal with an injured pet.