Summer Pet Safety: Preventing and Treating Insect Stings

Summer is a great time to enjoy the outdoors with your pets, but it’s never a good time for your dog or cat to get stung by a bee or other stinging insect. Veterinary emergency and critical care doctor Christine Rutter from Texas A&M University provides some helpful advice for pet owners on preventing and … Continue reading Summer Pet Safety: Preventing and Treating Insect Stings

Allergic to Dogs? Neutering May Be the Solution

There are many reasons to spay and neuter your pets.  Spay/neuter is the best way to reduce homeless pet overpopulation and to prevent certain kinds of diseases—including cancer—of the reproductive system in both males and females. New research published in the Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology suggests that another benefit of neutering is to … Continue reading Allergic to Dogs? Neutering May Be the Solution

The Most Common Food Allergen Sources for Dogs and Cats

Many pet owners struggle with adverse food reactions in their dogs and cats.  It can be difficult to determine what exactly is causing the reaction, and if the reaction is a sign of a food sensitivity or a true food allergy. The term cutaneous adverse food reaction (CAFR) is used by vets to describe food … Continue reading The Most Common Food Allergen Sources for Dogs and Cats