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  • Dog's quivering could be a sign of pain

    PHOENIX, AZ -- These reader questions were answered by veterinary experts attending the annual American Animal Hospital Association Conference March 14-17, attended by over 2,100 veterinary professionals. AAHA is the only organization that accredits small...
  • Dog's urgency to urinate at night points to physical problem

    ORLANDO, FLA. -- These reader questions were answered at the North American Veterinary Conference Jan. 19-23 in Orlando, FL. Nearly 6,000 veterinarians, and a grand total of nearly 15,000 professionals -- from veterinary technicians to representatives...
  • Dogs upstage singer in hit music video

    Q: You talked on the radio recently about a music video in which dogs kissed a lady. What's the name of the song so I can look it up? -- J.A. A: "Her Favorite," by Mayer Hawthorne, features the singer, but he's upstaged by actress/model Brittany Broussea...
  • 'Remember Me Thursday' honors shelter animals who never found new homes

    "Millions of beautiful pets are euthanized every year," says Mike Arms, president and CEO of the Helen Woodward Animal Center in Rancho Santa Fe, CA. Numbers have become very important in the shelter world, as individual shelters and even municipal...
  • This author calls on cats as her professional "muses"

    Justin Bieber and cat book author Gwen Cooper have at least one thing in common: They're both on tour, and keeping a grueling schedule. Bieber may be playing to more people, but Cooper will help more cats on her tour. Cooper's road trip includes stops at...
  • Abnormal behavior calls for a visit to the veterinarian

    Q: My 6-month-old cat has not defecated for a week. I took her to the veterinarian for a second time, and she noticed the cat was backed up "up high." Anastasia now has stopped eating. When I take her to the vet, she gets traumatized. Any suggestions? A....
  • Cat's yowling could point to a range of serious health issues

    CHICAGO, IL. -- These reader pet behavior questions were answered by experts from around the world attending the Veterinary Behavior Symposium July 19 in Chicago, just prior to the 150th Convention of the American Veterinary Medical Association....
  • Help your cat beat the battle of the bulge

    Loads of Americans have developed spare tires around their middles, and so have many of our pets. Cats are particularly portly; about 55 percent of tabbies are tubby, says the Association for Pet Obesity Prevention. Some suggest this is a conservative...
  • Apple cider vinegar not quite a miracle cure

    Q: I've read that apple cider vinegar be used as a supplement to assist with dog health. Is this true? -- H.W., Chicago A: According to some reports, apple cider vinegar is everything except, maybe, the fountain of youth. Some websites proclaim that...
  • Multiple litter boxes could curb kitty's strange bathroom habits

    Q: Cujo stopped using his litter box last week. He's now using kitchen counters and inside the cabinets to do his business. I've always had cats and never encountered this problem before. Please help or I'll be forced to find Cujo a new home. -- M.I.,...
  • No pet should die of heartworm disease!

    For pet lovers, a senseless tragedy is occurring. Too many dogs and cats are dying of heartworm, a nearly 100 percent preventable illness. They don't have to die. It's estimated that over one million dogs in the U.S. have heartworm disease, and no one...