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Caring for Your Pet’s Skin...

By the time we reach adulthood, most of us have discovered that winter weather can wreak havoc on...

Skin Inflammation Due to...

Read about Dog Allergy Symptoms, causes, and treatments!

Skin Diseases from Allergies...

Eosinophilic refers to eosinophils, a type of white-blood cell usually involved in allergic...

Does My Dog Have Allergies?

There are many common causes of allergies in dogs, including food and fleas. Allergic reactions in dogs can be prevented and properly managed with a plan.

How to Choose the Best Dog Food

Do you want to keep your dog as healthy for as long as possible? Start by offering your pet the best dog food.

Amanda Seyfried Shows Off Her Australian Shepherd on The Late Show...

This summer, actress Amanda Seyfried made an appearance on “The Late Show with David Letterman” accompanied by her highly intellectual canine companion, Finn. Find out what happened during their appearance.

Hairless Cat: Not By Choice

It wasn’t a gradual thing- being a black cat, hair loss was a pretty apparent affliction. He went from sleek black jaguar to patchy mangy mess within the span of about a week. I watched him licking himself bald, aghast as to the cause.

All About Types of Ticks on Dogs

Ticks are small, bloodsucking parasites that attach themselves to dogs. Ticks not only cause several health problems for our dogs, they are carriers of disease. Read on to find out more about different types of ticks.

Top 10 Cat Conditions

No matter how much love and care you give your furry companion, things happen. But knowing how to recognize the most common conditions affecting cats, is the first step. Here are the top 10.

Smelly Pets and Seven Ways to Deal with Them

Nonetheless, there is something you can do about her chronic malodor, especially if she falls into one of the following categories of stinkiness. Read up on the concern and, for best results, internalize their listed solutions.

Hot Spots on Dogs! Just What Are These, Anyway?

Hot spots are one of those less then desirable skin irritations seen in pets. Often, you'll here your vet refer to them as moist eczema, but you, well, you can call them hot spots. They occur when your dog itches, scratches or licks him or herself excessively, eventually forming a wet scab on the fur.

Develop a Pet Skincare Regimen

In fall and winter months, reduced humidity and bitter winds contribute to your pet’s skin from drying out. To keep your pet’s skin and coat in the best condition, use these helpful tips.

7 Home Remedies for Dogs

Some home remedies are effective ways to treat your dog's common health problems. Check out these options.