Veterinary experts say it's quite common for canines that have never shown any aggressive traits to snap, bite and show other signs of agitation when they are ill -- and particularly when they have chronic conditions.
Perhaps the biggest boost in feline DNA research was the recent announcement that the domestic cat genome was sequenced. But what exactly does that mean, and how could it affect you and your cat now and in the future?
House-call veterinarians provide most of the services you will find in a stationary veterinary office, such as exams, vaccinations, dentistry, blood testing, disease screenings, preventative care, dispensing medications and behavior consultations.More >>
Our canine companions face a challenge -- many of the things they do instinctively drive us nuts. To live happily in your home, however, your dog must learn to correct those behaviors. Teaching is your job.More >>
Residents at a nursing home in Rhode Island may think twice before saying, "Here kitty," once they learn Oscar the rescue kitty's main occupation: predicting patient deaths. But can he really predict death?More >>
The holidays are a time of giving, but for some of our four legged friends, it can be a time of abandonment. Many of you will either give or receive pets for Christmas, but that's not necessarily a good idea. More >>