By analyzing body mass, long bone length and genetics, researchers at the University of Bristol have revealed breeds with increased and reduced odds of osteosarcoma (an aggressive bone cancer).
Eek! Your dog ate a chicken bone! What do you do next? Find out how to handle a dog who ate a chicken bone and why most bones are bad for dogs in the first place.
Dog eye discharge — whether in the form of dog eye boogers, green eye discharge or something else — can be completely normal… or not. Here’s what to know.
In small amounts and situations, your dog won’t get high. But secondhand smoke in general is dangerous to pets. We take a look at smoking weed around dogs.
Simple dog grooming tasks are fine to tackle on your own — but when do you need to call in a pro dog groomer? Some of these might surprise you!
Many dog parents keep cleaning products that are not safe for dogs around the house. So, is Pine Sol safe for dogs? Is Lysol safe for pets? Are Mr. Clean, Clorox Bathroom Cleaner and Scrubbing Bubbles safe for dogs? What about detergents like Tide and Cheer?
The most wonderful time of the year is also one one of the most dangerous for pets. Check out these nine things to keep in mind for holiday safety and dogs.
Can dogs eat French fries? Like feeding most human foods to dogs, the answer to that question depends on a few different factors.
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