Have you ever questioned the significance of “emerging” disease threats?
Q: My 4-year-old dog has been through two obedience trainings where she behaved perfectly.
Indoor cats and their wayward urinary issues can be major stressors for their families.
Q: I have always had a cat in my 60 years of life.
Q: I have an 11-year-old Maltese just diagnosed with diabetes.
Q: My airedale Max is tall for his breed and has easy access to the kitchen counters.
Q: Last year during the July 4 fireworks, my 5-year-old cat tried to use the litter box, messed on himself, and got a urinary infection.
Veterinarians in New Mexico, Arizona, and Texas have seen a significant uptick in canine distemper cases.
While ooohing and aaahing at the beautiful and peaceful new cattery, Casa de Los Gatos, at Animal Humane New Mexico last week I was asked about a 17-year-old cat.
Readers of this column know I am more adept with a kayak paddle than a throttle lever. But an event …
Q. We have a 9-year-old Shih Tzu that has started barking when we leave her alone.
Q: Our large backyard is shared by our Russian tortoise and our 5 pound (11-month-old puppy) poodle.