Veterinary Drug Handbook (VDH) is the reference veterinarians turn to when they want an independent source of information on the drugs that are used in veterinary medicine today.

What`s the weirdest food your pet can`t get enough of?

What`s the weirdest food your pet can`t get enough of?Earlier this week, Aimee Levitt shared an illuminating study that found the majority of pets do not subsist on pet food alone. Anyone who is shocked by this has not been around a dog, cat, or guinea pig for more than five minutes in their entire lives. We love our animals, and love is often... ↪ Read more

How to Help Your Cat Cope with Thunderstorms

How to Help Your Cat Cope with ThunderstormsThunderstorms can be extremely stressful for cats. While cats may not show their fear in quite the same way as dogs (in severe cases of thunderstorm anxiety, panicking dogs have been known to destroy furniture, jump through windows or otherwise harm themselves during storms,) they may still... ↪ Read more

Quarantine the cat? Disinfect the dog? The latest advice about the coronavirus and your pets

Quarantine the cat? Disinfect the dog? The latest advice about the coronavirus and your petsWhen a Pomeranian in Hong Kong tested positive for SARS-CoV-2 last week, pets quickly became part of the coronavirus conversation. The case raised the alarming possibility that pets could become part of the transmission chain for the severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2, which could... ↪ Read more

Can my dog or cat catch viruses?

Can my dog or cat catch viruses?Can pets contract coronavirus and if so can they spread it to other animals or to humans?What is the evidence?Cats can catch flu from humans and some have caught the Covid-19 virus.And this has been backed up by laboratory evidence.There have also been isolated cases of dogs testing positive for the... ↪ Read more

Astonishing Info Regarding Glass Dog Door Exposed

Astonishing Info Regarding Glass Dog Door ExposedDog entry doors are extremely convenient to have as soon as your dog can be out and you simply might not be home to let her or him out. In case you solve you don’t want or probably want your dog door ever again, you’d have to change out your complete front door to remove it. Regardless of which... ↪ Read more

Lyme disease moving north

Lyme disease moving northOn top of being an enormous health hazard to humans, Lyme disease can harm dogs, causing lameness, fever and lethargy. It's carried primarily by the blacklegged tick, or deer tick, in the Northeast and the western blacklegged tick in the South.Both are on the move."With Ixodes (blacklegged ticks)... ↪ Read more

Heartworm cases on the rise

Heartworm cases on the riseDog owners have to do more to keep their dogs protected against heartworms. The parasitic worms calledDirofilaria immitis are spread through the bite of a mosquito that carries them in a larval state.It is an especially grisly disease. Once a dog is infected with the larva, it can grow into a... ↪ Read more

Rocky Mountain spotted fever is spreading

Rocky Mountain spotted fever is spreadingThat means more dog owners have to pay attention to illnesses such as Rocky Mountain spotted fever, a disease carried by ticks that can sicken and even kill humans and their canine companions.The bacteria initially invades the bloodstream, then settles into the cells that line blood vessels. Blood... ↪ Read more

Climate change could threaten dogs with diseases pushing into new parts of the USA

Climate change could threaten dogs with diseases pushing into new parts of the USAThough diseases in dogs are not tracked as intensively as those in humans, veterinary epidemiologists and biologists said Rocky Mountain spotted fever, a bacterial disease that can cause fever, joint pain and vomiting, is moving into California and Texas. Heartworm disease, which can damage the... ↪ Read more

Giving Your Cat A Pill

Giving Your Cat A PillGiving a cat a pill can be a nightmare.  No cat wants something shoved down his throat, and he will fight you tooth and nail to prevent it. Although most cats are small in size, youd be quite amazed with how much power they actually have.  There are ways that you can get your cat to take... ↪ Read more

Curing Bad Cat Breath

Curing Bad Cat BreathCat owners know for a fact that bad cat breath can be downright awful.  It isnt that much different from bad human breath, as both are caused by bacteria found in the mouth that breaks protein down and releases the sulfur compounds out into the air.  Sulfur smells really bad on its own,... ↪ Read more

Common Meanings Of Cat Behavior

Common Meanings Of Cat BehaviorA lot of people think that cats work on their own agenda, not paying much attention to their owner  provided they have clean litter, food, and water.  Cats can behave in odd manners at times, which can easily confuse their owners and make it really hard to determine what the cat wants.... ↪ Read more

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