Finding the Right Vet For Your New Pet

Dealing With Seizures In Dogs

Seizures do not just affect humans; they can also happen to canines. Seeing your dog fall to the ground and become unconscious can definitely be frightening. You hate to see your furry family member like that and want to do anything you can to help him. Although it is easy to panic, it is very important to stay calm and protect your dog from danger. This article will help you understand what you should do. Read More 

Identifying And Preventing Oral Health Problems In Dogs

It's not unusual for responsible pet owners to lack knowledge concerning the dental health of their furry friends. On average, dogs begin to show signs of deteriorating teeth and gums by the time they are four or five years old. Fortunately, there are many things that you can do at home to help ensure the good health of your canine companion. Following are several ways to identify oral health problems in dogs as well as how to keep your dog's teeth as healthy as possible. Read More