Help! I think my cat ate some of my christmas poinsettias! What should i do, she’s throwing up!
How can I tell if my English bulldog who is 50lbs has worms?
Hello. My name is Michelle and I have a 4 year old 140lb great dane who recently started to have hip issues. I have seen my vet over the past year for this and was trying to treat it with supplements and a grain free diet with pain pills occasionally. The problem has increasingly gotten worse to the point where he can barely walk. He shows significant atrophy in both legs and is only comfortable while standing or sitting (does not like to lay down so is not sleeping well). My vet wants to put him asleep to do xrays and is saying it will cost between $550 and $650 just for the xrays and for someone to read them. Through research it is pretty clear to me that he will need some form of surgery to repair the problem. I’m lost on what to do because knowing that he will most likely need surgery, I’d rather save the money for the xrays and just go right in and fix it all. However, I do know xrays are needed to assess the severity of his condition. Is it possible to just go directly to a specialist to save the time and money or do you need a referral from a vet? Will they know without xrays if he will need surgery and what kind? Please help me on what steps to take, it is just breaking my heart to watch my boy go through so much pain.
one of my dogs…small miniature poodle..is on a very restricted diet because of allergies/seizures…it is really helping, thank goodness! i want to be able to give him something to chew on…would rawhide bones, or something like that go against his strict eating plan? thanks!
how often should my dogs get bathed? i have two miniature poodles and i take them to be profesionally groomed every six weeks, but i feel like they get a little dusty/grimy in the interim…should i be bathing them? also…..in the cold weather, i always put sweaters on them, but my husband says i am being silly….who’s right? i don’t want them to be cold!
i have two miniature poodles. sometimes that makes very scary shocking sounds that i have heard referred to as "reverse cough". what’s the best thing to do for them when this happens? Thanks!
how often should you brush a dog’s teeth?
Our 15 year old terrier is showing signs of dog dementia–pacing, staring, etc. I read about Anipryl. Will this adversely affect her because she is in the beginning stages of renal failure?
I live in PA and would like to know your thoughts on flea protection. My pets both dogs and cats are inside most of the time but do get outside a few hours a day.
i have an almost-eight year old miniature poodle…should i start feeding him a diet for senior dogs? he has a tendency to be a little bit chunky ( like his mother ) thanks!