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In this episode of Chat With A Vet, we talk to Dr. Roth about Parvo. Transcript of Chat With A Vet Episode 2 - Parvo is available below. Chat With A Vet:   Yeah that’s how we usually bond. Speaking of Hulk, when he was a puppy...

Cut visits to the vet and turn the frown upside down on an unhappy pet by focusing on good dog and cat nutrition. We outline how to do that through nutritious treats for your pet. If it is good for you, it is good for your...

Cut visits to the vet and turn the frown upside down on an unhappy pet by focusing on good dog and cat nutrition. We outline how to do that through nutritious meals for your pet. Did you know that feeding your dog or cat high quality...

Very few hotels are pet friendly these days, which is why many pet owners prefer staying with a friend or family member. Taking your pet with you as a houseguest means following certain house rules for pet guests. Regardless of how welcoming your host may be,...

Juli Potter, DVM Separation anxiety is one of the most common behavior problems diagnosed in dogs. I think most dogs suffer from some form of separation anxiety. Actually, your dog’s first experience with separation anxiety is probably when he was separated from his mother and littermates...

  Cancer is a word no person wants to hear from their doctor or veterinarian. But unfortunately, it is a common diagnosis in dogs. According to the National Canine Cancer Foundation (NCCF), cancer is detected in one in three dogs and is a leading cause of death...

Pet training doesn't have to be hard. Just follow these 11 steps to make your dog sit, come, heel and much more! Do you have a dog that needs to learn some manners or a new pup you’d like to show a few tricks? Dogs of...