With spring here and lawn work on many people\’s agendas, local veterinarians
advise pet owners
to take the following measures to protect pets from potential threats this season.
Food, medicine, vet care, treats and toys can add up to quite the bill at the end of the month. Dr. Katy Nelson shares five tips to save money on pet care.
After a growing number of rabies cases have been reported in the area, pet owners want to know how to keep their cats and dogs safe from the deadly virus.
Dogs can save the lives of four other canines with one donation of blood. A veterinary blood bank in Purcellville provides dog blood nationwide.
In a video that\’s gotten thousands of views in the past few days, veterinarian Ernie Ward put himself in a parked car on a breezy 95-degree day to find out.
Did you know that dogs can be bitten by as many as 500 mosquitoes per day in peak season? The good news is, you can protect your pet.
Dr. Pawz advises on fixing a recurring eye infection and getting an indoor urination problem checked in this week\’s dog-focused column.
Members of Congress and national animal welfare groups introduced the Safeguard American Food Exports Act of 2013, which would prohibit horse slaughter operations in the United States.
In this week\’s Dr. Pawz, Katy Nelson explains the best age to neuter or spay a pet and how to prevent a cat from having accidents outside a litter box.
In this week\’s Ask Dr. Pawz, Katy Nelson shares what you can do to get your cat to lose weight and how to tell the age of an adopted pet.
Dr. Pawz shares what owners can do to ensure an easy transition into a new home for pets adopted from shelters.
A controversy continues to broil on social media sites where pet owners
say they\’re outraged at one company that censored their concerns over
recalled pet treats made in China.
Anyone who has ever lost a pet has experienced the \”I may not ever
adopt again\” phenomenon. But eventually, you might. Here are some
questions to ask before you decide to bring a furry friend back into your
Two dog treat companies pulled their products from shelves due to
allegations of causing illness and death. Dr. Pawz weighs in on the safety
of dog treats from China and whether or not owners should feed their
pets treats in the first place.
A recent survey by veterinarians finds that the District of Columbia has far fewer pet owners than any other state in the U.S.