Cats are masters at hiding illness and injury. Taking your cat to the vet can reveal things about your kitty's health that may have otherwise gone unnoticed.
Does your cat or dog becomes anxious at the merest thought of going to the vet? Dr. Barnhart has some tips to head off problems, starting at home. These can help to create stress free veterinary visits for both you and your pet!
Cat declawing has been in the media recently after New York became the first state in the country to ban the surgery. Doctor Barnhart explains how declawing is done and provides six alternatives to declawing your cat.
There is still much we don't understand about the connection of these diets and heart disease. Unless your dog needs to eat a grain free diet for a significant medical issue, consider feeding one that contains grain.
Maintaining a garden can be a beautiful and relaxing experience, but it is critical to ensure that you're not putting your furry friends at risk.
Cats are masters at hiding signs of illness; keeping your eyes open for these signs can help you figure out when they need help.
Fear Free is a program for veterinary professionals, the pet professional community, and pet owners that is focused on alleviating fear, anxiety, and stress before and during visits to the veterinary hospital.