Here are 10 things we have learned about improving a dog's health and wellbeing after being pet parents for 8 years.
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Got a pet with joint or spine issues? Veterinary rehab may help. It uses treatments like massage, exercise, and hydrotherapy to restore function and mobility.
Apoquel and Cytopoint are medications that help to reduce allergic itching in dogs. We asked Dr. Amelia Ho to share w how they work, how safe they are, and how the two differ.
Pancreatitis in dogs is getting more common. This may be due to more awareness and testing but more importantly, what we are feeding our dogs.
Dental chews are marketed as a great way to improve your dog's dental health. But do they really help to keep teeth clean?
What's the best diet for my dog? What's the difference between different dry dog foods? Do I need to add supplements? Learn more with our dog food guide!
If your dog has started licking her paws, don't brush it off! Here's how to determine the cause and how to treat it.
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Cancer can hit anyone, including our pets. So, how do we prevent canine cancer and how can we detect and treat it early? Find the answers here!
Dog sterilisation is such a routine surgery that most dog owners send their dogs for it without thinking twice. While sterilising your dog can reduce or eliminate the risks of accidental pregnancy, reproductive cancers, and pyometra, it is not without its cons.
At Gentle Oak, Dr. Lee Yee Lin's vet clinic, about 30-40% of her patients suffers from some form of skin issues. Similarly, we have seen at least a quarter of the dogs around us suffering from itchy skin or paws. Why are skin issues plaguing so many dogs in Singapore?
Here's some useful information from Petplan on the health risks pets are exposed to during and after flooding and what you can do to protect them.
Did you know? A parked car can go as much as 10 degrees Celsius higher in a matter of 10 minutes. Never leave your dog in the car even if a window is open.
In the world of pet acupuncture, there are the Chinese and also the Western approach. We spoke with veterinary acupuncturist Janielle to understand more.
It's crucial to know what's in your dog's treats. Sometimes bad dog treats get recalled but there are still many out there that may harm your dog's health.
Being overweight puts your dog at a higher risk of developing illnesses and diseases. Help your obese dog lose weight with these tips.
If your dog needs to undergo a procedure that requires general anaesthesia, here are the things you need to know and ask to ensure her safety.
Dogs cannot tell us when they are in pain. So, any change in behaviour should be a red flag. Here are some signs of pain that mean it's time to see the vet.
With the help of Dr. Karen Becker and Dr. Barbara Royal, Pet Fooled provides important insights into the pet food industry and its impact on our pets' health.
Feeding your dogs fruits in moderation makes a healthy alternative to commercial treats. However, some fruits may pose a health risk if fed or fed too much.
Learn more about canine epilepsy and its management as Heather shares her personal experience with caring for her three-legged, epileptic rescue dog, Oliver.
Vets are experts in their field but their experiences and specialities are not the equal. Two vets can have different diagnoses for the same symptoms!
AIA Paw Safe pet insurance is created just for dogs. It is unlike its competitors in that it is solely an accident plan and therefore super affordable.
Brown beard stains in dogs are usually only a cosmetic concern. But for those who mind them, one of the things you should look into is the drinking water.
Is your dog's paw pads, belly, nose, or ears a little dry and flaky? Try using sweet almond oil as a natural moisturiser!
Is your dog suffering from bad breath? Besides daily toothbrushing, she should also receive an oral examination as part of the annual health assessment.
Patellar luxation (dislocated kneecap) is a common condition, especially in small breed dogs. Dr. Loon from Amber Vet tells us when surgery may be needed.
Is your dog a farting machine? Farting, or flatulence, originates from gas in the intestinal tract. Find out how gas is produced and how you can reduce it.
Watching your dog lose more and more weight even though you are feeding her enough food can be frustrating. Malnutrition could be due to two reasons.