'Betsy's Law' Requires N.J. Vets To Post That They Don't Supervise OvernightA New Jersey woman spent eight years pushing to pass a bill to protect pets in the state, and on Tuesday, that bill was signed into law.
Long Island Veterinarians Seeing Surge In Fleas, TicksPrevention is key. And vets tell pet owners to go on the offensive, especially with animals that have long hair.
Canine Influenza Puts Manhattan Dog Owners On AlertVeterinarians in Manhattan reported an outbreak of the virus in recent weeks.
Schumer, Blumenthal Launch Dogged Pursuit Of Cheaper Pet MedsSchumer said pet owners are paying a 240 percent markup when you buy pet medications from the vet
Seen At 11: My Dog Ate ... My Smartphone?More and more dogs and cats are treating electronics like play things. The habit is hard on your wallet and it could also pose a digital danger to your pets.
Seen At 11: Are Cosmetic Procedures For Pets A Good Idea?From facelifts to nose jobs and even Botox, animal lovers are now spending millions each year enhancing their pets' droopy eyes and cats' crooked teeth.
Seen At 11: Your Dog Ate What???A golf ball, a fish-hook, a sewing needle, a toy dinosaur, and a rubber duck are not necessarily the type of things that you would expect to find in an X-ray of your dogs stomach.
Dog Becomes 1st In NYS To Be Treated With Stem CellsDo you have a dog or cat that has trouble walking? Some veterinarians believe they’ve found a cure that doesn’t involve a bunch of painkillers.
Seen At 11: People Food Is Not Dog FoodIt’s hard to resist the look in your dog's eyes when he or she is begging for food. But while you may think feeding your dog something from the table is a treat, it could be toxic.