When a cat stops eating, even for a few days, it may be an indicator of a serious illness, one that’s hard to diagnose, with an unpredictable outcome.
An online questionnaire has shed partial light on seizures in cats triggered by specific sounds but the study prompts more questions than answers.
It’s a fact that wolves and dogs are closely related, but outdated advice has led to owners wrongly treating dogs too much like their wild ancestors.
New research has found that dogs are able to read emotion in human faces and are instinctively averse to angry expressions.
Rabies is on the rise among dogs, and declining among other groups – a study offers new hope for pets exposed to rabies who are overdue for a booster shot.
Oral Vitamin E shows promise in reducing symptoms of CAD (Canine Atopic Dermatitis) – one of the most common skin conditions in dogs.
Myths of canine behaviour: stress and calming signals which are often mistaken for aggression, dominance, or even happiness.
Tea tree oil may offer health benefits for some disorders, but the oil poses a significant risk to pets, particularly to young or slender cats.
Keeping dogs and cats healthy during the holidays can be challenging, but you can follow a few simple guidelines to help your pets enjoy the season without getting sick.
If your dog drinks water with algae on it, he may be in danger. Ingesting microcystin algal blooms can be fatal, but a Montana Vet may have found a solution.