November is National Pet Cancer Awareness Month and Vetstreet Veterinary Board Member Dr. Ann Hohenhaus, who is also a board-certified veterinary oncologist, reviews some of the important signs that can help you… More
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Here are seven common ways cats and dogs can negatively impact your health — and what you can do to help fix them.
Some breeds or individuals are definitely more willing to learn — and to show off their talents — than others.
We asked the veterinary professionals to weigh in on which dog breeds shed the most and which shed the least.
Thinking about bringing home a dog? Before you take the plunge, check out this list of seven requirements you should meet before getting a new puppy or adult dog.
Before you jump into marriage counseling, take a look at our list to see if you truly do love your dog more than your spouse.
Some of the most commonly marketed “oral health improvement” items are considered unsafe, unwholesome and/or downright unhelpful by board-certified veterinary dentists (and plenty of run-of-the-mill vets like me, too).
Cats are sweet, loving, funny pets who are oft misunderstood by those who haven’t had the pleasure of owning — or, rather, being owned by — a cat.
Before you run out and get one, make sure you’re prepared for the responsibility.
How much could that doggie (or kitty) in the window cost? Anywhere from $580 to $875 per year just for the basics, according to the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.