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  • 13 days ago

    Seizures of my dog

    I have about 4 year-old female Spitz. She is very attached to me don't eat food and sit near door if I go away even for few hours. She gets seizures once in ever two three months. Her body become stiff and stays like this for few mins. After which she vomits and become normal and active. Is this dangerous. Pl help. I consulted a vet she said it is not regular it is difficult to identify the reason. My dog is very attached and not a brave one.
  • 13 days ago

    Early riser

    Our one year old pup is up and needing to relieve herself at 3am everyday. No matter how late we take her out the nite before, how do we get her schedule changed to a later time.
  • 14 days ago

    News Flash: More Ticks and Powassan Virus Coming This Summer

    "Scientists have a double-shot of bad news about ticks: There's a new, and potentially fatal, tick-borne illness called Powassan, and this summer looks like it might be one of the worst on record for an increase in the tick population." Read more about the symptoms of tick-borne diseases and how you can protect both you and your pets, here: http://wb.md/2pD62Z2 Are your pets on monthly tick prevention medication?
  • 20 days ago

    dog feet

    My 8 year-old golden retriever started obsessively licking his paws about two months ago. I took him to the vet, who gave me some foot soaking stuff, antibiotics and pain meds. The foot licking got better, but never went away. Now he is obsessively licking his right from paw. I got a look at it, and it is gross! He has literally licked the black off of his main paw pad - it is pick and raw - not bloody, but that is probably because of the licking. Last vet visit cost $500 and didn't solve the....
  • 25 days ago

    Help needed

    Can anyone identify this peresite and how to deal with it?

  • 26 days ago

    Hooray! Sunday Is Adopt a Shelter Pet Day!

    Are you considering adding a dog or cat to your family? Your local shelter or rescue group is a great place to start. There are millions of animals in U.S. shelters waiting for a good home. Adopting a pet is a big commitment, so you want to make sure you and your family are ready. Before you go out and adopt a furry friend, here are some things to consider: http://wb.md/2oSQNeh Has anyone here adopted a shelter pet? (I did, and it’s by far the best decision I could have made.) We’d love to hear your....

  • 26 days ago

    ATTENTION: Dog Food Recalled After Tests Find Euthanasia Drug

    Party Animal is recalling dog food that tested positive for a pet euthanasia drug. The voluntary recall affects the company’s Cocolicious dog food brand. A Texas retailer told the company that a customer had taken samples of their dog food to a testing lab, and the drug pentobarbital was found in them. Find out exactly which products were recalled and what to do if you purchased any of the affected food, here: http://wb.md/2qnmufQ Does anyone here feed their dogs this brand of food?
  • 27 days ago

    Adopt a Shelter Pet Day!

    I adopted my dog from a no-kill animal shelter, and like WebMD Addie said, it was one of the best decisions I've ever made!

  • Oleander poisoning

    I think my two 1 year old pits have eaten some oleander branches and I need to know what I can do? Can I give them activated charcoal and if so how long after the initial incident do I have.
  • 28 days ago

    Renal failure in cats

    Is bloody urine (or blood instead of urine) a sign of renal failure in an 18-year old cat? This started Saturday night. She has been hyperthyroid twice and even with treatment it reoccurred. She is also vomiting a lot, straining to poop and having a lot of diarrhea. I think it is time to do the humane thing but my heart won't let me. She has bounced back from bad things before over the last three or four years so maybe I think we're jumping the gun? I called the in-home vets for Friday but....