Anal glands are often referred to as “scent glands” because animals use them to mark their territory and to identify each other. Scooting, licking or emitting foul odors could be signs that your pet is having anal gland problems. What can you do about this issue?
Our pets’ ears come in all different shapes and sizes – from the long and furry to the short and upright and everywhere in between. No matter what shape or size, ear problems are common in both dogs and cats.
Canine influenza is a highly contagious and rapidly-spreading virus affecting our canine companions. How much do you know about this disease? Is your dog at risk? Dr. Aili Heintz tells you what you need to know.