DIGESTIVE & NAUSEA
1.45 min watch
Properly diagnosing digestion and nausea issues in your pet can often be a huge challenge, because your dog can’t tell you she feels like throwing up until after she does it.
AGING & WELLNESS
3.35 min watch
While many dogs enter their golden years in fantastic health, they often experience a bit less energy and stamina than they did as puppies and they take a longer time to recover from long runs or injuries.
0.48 min watch
Cancer is an uncontrolled growth of abnormal cells that results because the DNA is damaged. Sometimes this is genetic and sometimes it is a result of conditions in the environment.
JOINTS & MOBILITY
5.12 min watch
Joint and mobility issues are relatively easy to see. If you notice changes it is worth consulting your veterinarian to better understand what maybe happening to his joints.
ANXIETY & PHOBIAS
0.35 min watch
If your dog is overly vocal when you leave, or becomes destructive when you’re not at home, she may be experiencing separation anxiety. And just like humans, dogs are not immune of phobias.
SKIN & ALLERGIES
1.09 min watch
It’s hard to diagnose canine skin problems without a veterinarian, but if you notice abnormal bumps on your dog’s skin, like hives, the first thing we suggest is to try to isolate if you’ve been feeding or grooming your dog with any new products.
EPILEPSY & SEIZURES
2.20 min watch
There are some warning signs that a seizure is coming, but they are often hard to spot. If you know your dog experiences epilepsy or seizures and he randomly starts acting stressed, scared, or dazed, he might be on the brink of a seizure.