Why all the lab work?
Why does my pet need an exam?
Arthritis in pets
First aid for pet poisoning
Pet Insurance Ins and Outs
Insurance for pets has been around for over 30 years, but it continues to be baffling to both pet parents and veterinarians. So many questions arise when debating a pet insurance purchase.
Dr. Google, my vet and me: Partnerships in pet healthcare
"If you get sick, pray it's something common, because if it isn't, you're in trouble!" That is what my Petfinder co-founder said after his experience as a radiology resident in one of the top hospitals in the country. The same could apply to pets.
Taking a cat’s temperature
Cats can run fevers for a variety of reasons. Signs include loss of appetite, lethargy, shivering, rapid respiration or symptoms of an illness.
Are you too good to your pet?
Obesity in pets, both dogs and cats, is rampant. In fact, the percentage of overweight and obese cats is higher at 57.6%, than dogs at 52.6%. How do you know how much to feed your pet?
A dog’s nose doesn’t know
Does a warm nose mean your dog is running a fever?