Pancreatitis in dogs generally is a painful, serious canine disease that can crop up all of a sudden. Although the exact cause of this condition remains unknown, it appears to be most common in middle-aged pooches, probably more in females as compared to males,
For many, New Years and Independence Day are some of the best days of the year: backyard barbecues, parades, and amazing fireworks displays to ring in the start of a fabulous new year or celebrate our nation’s independence. But for many pet parents, these are
Watch the latest video at video.foxnews.com A 7-year old Massachusetts boy has been unable to attend the first grade since his school district has refused to make accommodations for the boy’s service dog. Austin has a brain malformation that causes him to have
An investigative reporting team has discovered that the number of complaints filed with the Food and Drug Administration claiming that the popular flea and heartworm preventative was responsible for dog deaths has outnumbered those about chicken jerky treats. Channel 2 Consumer Investigator Jim Strickland
Standing in the pet food aisle of your local grocery store, staring down the endless array of treats, chews, and snacks for your dog can get overwhelming – especially if you start reading those long lists of un-pronouncable ingredients! Whether your dog, like mine,
When Brandon Mason arrived at his Tomball, Texas home on Monday night, he wasn’t greeted at the back door by his best friend, Davey, an 11-month old Boxer, like he always was. He checked the fenced in backyard. Davey was nowhere to be found and
Dear Kevin, We recently got a puppy, Athena, an English bulldog. She’s a few months old. My question is should I put her in the crate when I leave for errands or work for a few hours during the day? Or perhaps gate off the kitchen ?
There’s just something about snow that brings out the puppy in so many dogs! This video compilation of dogs playing in the cold snow will warm your heart!
There are a few unavoidable and unfortunate circumstances that result in people having no choice but to rehome or surrender their dogs. Sadly, a vast majority of excuses are shameful, ridiculous, or downright idiotic. A dog is a part of the family, to be
With winter weather in full swing for many parts of the country, there are a couple very important poisoning dangers for pet owners to be aware of. The salt that is laid down on roads, sidewalks, and driveways can be a major health risk
Have you ever lost your dog? If yes, then you know very well how relieving it is to receive a call from a stranger who has dialed the phone number indicated on your dog’s collar or to see your pooch happily run to you