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Like humans, cats don’t sneeze continuously without a reason. Most of the time it isn’t anything to worry about but if it persists, there might be an underlying health condition. Contact your veterinarian if symptoms are prolonged or worsening. For now, we are here...

The recent dog influenza epidemic has dog owners concerned everywhere. A chat with a vet will tell you what signs to look out for and any next steps. According to recent reports, dog influenza is spreading in the US. Experts have confirmed the flu is real,...

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

  Cherice Roth, DVM Just as you do in preparation of your family’s emergency supply kit, including your pet makes sense. Here are tips for preparing for evacuation and/or natural disasters. Print, or place vaccine and medical history on a USB drive. Place those and up-to-date photos...