• Dr. Kelly
  • Posted by Dr. Kelly Diehl on
    Science writer and researcher of Morris Animal Foundation
If you’ve ever had a kitten or gone to a shelter, you’ve probably seen the sneezing, runny noses and watery eyes typical of upper respiratory tract infections in cats. Most of these infectio...
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For years, there’s been concern in the shelter and veterinary community that black dogs were less likely to be adopted. Recently, a large U.S. study showed no evidence for this so-called “bl...
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Whether it’s to freshen up fur or ditch the dirt, there are times your best friend needs a bath. Some pets take to water like rubber duckies, but for others bath time is a real soap opera. To make...
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Whether your dog is itching to get his paws on the Walk of Fame or just needs a laid-back change of pace, Los Angeles has plenty to offer pets and people alike. You both will enjoy fabulous shopping, fi...
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  • Dr. Kim
  • Posted by Dr. Kim Smyth on
    Staff Veterinarian and Pet Health Writer of Petplan
When we think about disease or illness transmission between animals and people, it’s more often that we’re thinking about what animals (be they wild or companion animals) can give to us rath...
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I have a hard enough time remembering my family members’ birthdays, much less that March 3 is “What if Dogs and Cats Had Opposable Thumbs? Day.” In the spirit of this “holiday,&r...
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  • Dr. Kim
  • Posted by Dr. Kim Smyth on
    Staff Veterinarian and Pet Health Writer of Petplan
When it comes to miraculous, delicious, jack-of-all-trades substances for pets, nothing comes close to peanut butter. Dogs love it, it’s (relatively) healthy and, heck, even some cats like it! And...
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  • Dr. Kim
  • Posted by Dr. Kim Smyth on
    Staff Veterinarian and Pet Health Writer of Petplan
It’s amazing how much we can get done in 24 hours, especially when it comes to bettering our pets’ health! Many of these “chores” only take a few minutes, but at the end of the d...
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  • Dr. Kim
  • Posted by Dr. Kim Smyth on
    Staff Veterinarian and Pet Health Writer of Petplan
A rather new seizure phenomenon has been described in some cats recently, and it’s got a lot of veterinary professionals scratching their heads. Termed feline audiogenic reflex seizures (or FARS),...
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Sunny Orlando is just the ticket for pooches who love to soak up some rays while out on the town. And though your furry friend can’t discover Disney or see SeaWorld with you, there’s plenty of...
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