Reviewed By Dr. Pendergrass, DVM

This content was reviewed by veterinarian Dr. JoAnna Pendergrass, DVM.

Dog with red eyes (caption: Why Are My Dog's Eyes Red?)

Why Are My Dog’s Eyes Red Or Bloodshot? Causes (Allergies, Pink Eye, & More), Symptoms (Discharge, Swelling, Watery, Goopy) & Treatment

Have you noticed that your dog’s eyes are red in the whites of his eyes? There are many causes for this — some are minor, while other reasons could be a serious health concern that requires prompt veterinary attention. Our experts have compiled a guide to common dog eye issues that cause redness, swelling, and other symptoms to help you understand what your pup might be suffering from.

Dog sick on bed (caption: Degenerative Myelopathy In Dogs)

Degenerative Myelopathy In Dogs: Symptoms, Prognosis, Treatment & More

Has your dog become less mobile? Is he having trouble going on walks or climbing stairs? There could be many reasons for this, including arthritis and hip dysplasia. But one lesser-known condition he could be suffering from is degenerative myelopathy (DM), an inherited spinal cord disease in dogs. Learn more about DM here to see if your dog could be at risk for this debilitating condition.

Dog with mange sleeping on sofa (caption: dog mange symptoms & treatments)

What Is Mange In Dogs? Treatment, Home Remedies, What Does It Look Like, How Do They Get It, & More

You’ve most likely seen horrific images of animal organizations rescuing mange-ridden dogs. What you may not know is that mange doesn’t just affect neglected animals. This common skin disease can strike any pet. Untreated mange can result in a hairless, sore-covered dog in lots of pain. That’s why it’s essential to treat mange at first sight. Don’t let your dog’s skin turn to stone.

Dog panting in hot car (caption: Heat Stroke In Dogs Prevention & Treatment)

Heat Stroke In Dogs: Signs, Symptoms, Treatment, Prevention And More

Warm weather is ideal for pet owners to enjoy the outdoors with their furry best friend. It’s tempting to take Fido with you to run errands and on family trips. But what happens when your dog becomes too hot? As the temperature rises, dog owners must be aware of the potential warning signs of heat stroke in dogs and how to prevent it before it’s too late.

Dog laying on a table (Caption: How To Do Dog CPR)

CPR For Dogs: A Step-By-Step Guide To Saving Your Dog’s Life

Seeing your dog in a life-threatening situation can be a frightening and stressful experience, especially if the dog is unresponsive. Equipping yourself with the knowledge to effectively recognize and take action treating your dog’s condition can keep you calm and greatly increase your dog’s chance of survival.

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