Dog Care

A New Era for Canine Rehab

Recovering from injury is becoming easier with innovative treatments and new options for dogs and their owners.

Are Some Dog Breeds More Prone to Cancer?

While all dogs are susceptible to cancer, some breeds are at a higher risk for certain types of cancer.

Can Cancer in Dogs be Prevented?

Evidence is mounting that -- at least for certain types of cancers -- the answer is yes.

Canine Cancer: Lymphoma

Learn about the symptoms, diagnosis and treatment of this common canine cancer.

What is the Most Common Type of Canine Cancer Diagnosed?

Find out the 6 most common dog cancers veterinarians and veterinary oncologists diagnose and meet patients who have fought and surrvived them.


Companion Animal Parasite Council Urges Additional Heartworm Tests

An increase in the number of false-negative results for heartworm tests has led the organization to encourage more testing.

Why do Dogs "Scoot" or Drag their Butts on the Floor?

Does your dog use your carpet like it's ultra soft toilet paper? Or maybe as a personal rear scratching post?

Can Dogs Experience Jealousy?

Is your dog green with envy? Mad at you? Are his feelings hurt? New study opens up a window into the mind and emotions of our best friends.

New Heartgard Made for Dogs With Food Allergies

The oral heartworm preventive Heartgard now comes in tablet form for dogs that have food allergies.


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