What are signs that my dog has cancer?

What are signs that my dog has cancer?

Just like in humans, there are many types of cancers in dogs. Canines can have malignant skin tumors and malignancy of the lymph nodes or lymphoma. Large canines are ...

How to tell if your pet is in pain

How to tell if your pet is in pain

When a person is experiencing discomfort, it's not hard to tell. We can verbally express how we're feeling, and we can make facial expressions to show our discomfort....

What to do if my dog has seizures?

What to do if my dog has seizures?

Dogs are an important part of many lives, so it's scary to think about or see your companion have a seizure. Luckily, there are ways you can help your pet get through...

Does my dog have PTSD?

Does my dog have PTSD?

How to Tell If Your Dog Has PTSD If you rescued a dog for an animal shelter, it can take some time for your pet to get used to its environment. Some canines come fro...

Does my dog have anxiety?

Does my dog have anxiety?

If your dog has anxiety, they can suffer from it just like humans. There are quite a few signs he has it, but what signs should you look out for, and how could you ai...

When Should You Neuter Or Spay Your Dog?

When Should You Neuter Or Spay Your Dog?

The best time to spay or neuter your dog depends upon several factors, including age, breed, sex, size, and potential activity level. By following established guideli...

House Training Your Dog

House Training Your Dog

How To House Train Your Dog Dogs can be a handful, especially when they are young. No matter what breed, these cute and lovable animals still need to be taught how t...

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A WORD FROM MY PET'S HEALTH

Welcome to the My Pet's Health blog. A place to celebrate pets and pet health. This blog is designed to be a community where pet owners can learn and share. The views expressed in each post are the opinion of the author and not necessarily endorsed by My Pet's Health. Always consult your veterinarian for professional advice.