Protecting your pets from ticks starts with understanding their lifecycle, which disease they can spread in less than 10 minutes, and what routine test your veterinarian can run to detect it.
Your pet’s ears are distinctly different from ours— that part of the ear canal is positioned vertically, making it difficult for dirt and debris to work its way out.
Proactive joint health support should start when your pal is still a puppy. Even though some joint conditions can't be avoided, a regular maintenance program can help.
Your pet’s skin is much thinner than ours and, therefore, requires a healthy coat to protect it. Here’s how.
Learn more about the signs and symptoms of a possible skin infection, and what they mean for your pet.
Skin and coat care is essential for your pet’s overall well-being. A regular regimen of skin and coat maintenance keeps your fur family happy and healthy.