When an owner finds his dog unable to stand, head tilting to one side and disoriented he may assume the dog has had a stroke. But Vestibular Syndrome is more likely.
Allergies in a dog can exhibit symptoms similar to that of a yeast infection. It is important to know the difference between an allergy and infection.
Malassezia yeast can infect the skin and/or ears of dogs and sometimes cats that have other types of skin disease. Infection is itchy and uncomfortable.
Dog ear infections may mean a trip to the veterinarian, but what you do in the interim is vitally important and just might ward off costly medical attention
Skin allergies in dogs result in very itchy skin. Symptomatic treatments can help relieve the itch but more specific treatments may be needed for individual diseases.
Arthritis is a painful condition that can debilitate a family pet. There are many ways to relieve a dog’s joint pain and improve his mobility and health.
The most common signs of kidney failure in dogs and cats include an increase in thirst, increase in urine volume, vomiting, diarrhea and lack of appetite.
Blood in the urine can be a frightening symptom for many pet owners, but understanding the causes and treatments of this ailment can help owners to better treat the pet.
Ingestion of chocolate can cause a serious and potentially fatal toxicity in pets if left untreated.