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Bloat is one of the most common life-threatening conditions a dog can face, yet many pet parents are unfamiliar with it. Find out about the signs of bloat in dogs here.

Although it’s more common in older dogs and larger breeds, bone cancer can strike dogs of any age and size. Learn more about bone cancer in dogs here.

Every day hundreds of animals need blood transfusions, but there are few national animal blood banks. Find out about dog blood donors and whether or not your dog can be a dog blood donor!

Diabetes in American dogs is on the rise. Learn about Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes in dogs here.

Canine glaucoma is a relatively common dog illness. Find out how to recognize the signs of canine glaucoma and what treatments are available.

Canine hip dysplasia is when a dog’s hips do not develop normally and the ball does not fit snugly into the socket. Learn about the causes, symptoms and treatments of canine hip dysplasia here.

Canine self-mutilation is a relatively common behavior in dogs. Find out more about canine self-mutilation here.

Arthritis can be a painful, debilitating condition for your senior dog. Find out how to help.

The following article is courtesy of our partner, Banfield Pet Hospital. Used with permission. Finding the exact cause of a dog’s biting and scratching can be challenging. In the area of dermatology, many different skin diseases often look very much alike. Approaching dermatology cases requires patience, because all too often, pets can have more than one type of disease or …

The definitive cause of bloat in dogs is unknown. However, veterinary scientists have identified a number of potential risk factors, which you can check out here.