There is little regulation when it comes to supplements, and research can be hit or miss. If you’re wondering if your dog’s joint supplement is helping, follow these tips from Dr. Andy Roark. 1....

2015 was the worst year of my life. (Well, until 2016, but hold that thought.) It started innocently enough, with a series of talks about hospice and OneHealth and how working with death in veterinary...

Pet owners often give veterinary teams great gifts, but @hmbvet received something unexpectedly special. “We had a homeless client with a shaggy dog that had become embedded with foxtails.” via...

The following is an excerpt from the new book Unlikely Companions: Adventures of an Exotic Animal Doctor (or, What Friends Feathered, Furred, and Scaled Have Taught Me About Life and Love by Laurie...

This content is sponsored by Petplan.  Ho ho ho, it’s December and you know what that means! Drama in the vet clinic, that’s what. Between the chocolate and the tinsel and the holiday Swiss...

Having a baby is a life-changing experience for everyone involved, including your client’s pets. Just as they’re preparing for baby’s arrival, their dog needs advance preparation for this big change,...

Do you feed your dog vegetables, table scraps or other “people food” in addition to their diet? Dr. Andy Roark explains why this could be a problem for your furry friend. Commercially-made...

My parents had a black standard poodle named Connie. Connie was short for Lady Constance of Boston Manor. (My parents are British and funny and love dogs.) Like most standard poodles, Connie needed regular...

Turns out there’s YET ANOTHER species showing up in veterinary hospitals. Check out the creative Elf on the Shelf work these vet clinics have put in! 1. Paging Dr. Elphie   2. A furrier breed...

When I sat down to share these thoughts, that classic song found a home in my ear. I just can’t think of any feeling that’s lonelier than feeling alone when you’re in the middle of the...