Summer Tips for Dogs: Healthy and Safe Ways to Beat the Heat
Dogs often enjoy the summer season — and its many outdoor and social activities — just as much as we do. However, amidst all the… Read more
Conjunctivitis in Dogs: Symptoms, Treatment, and More
Conjunctivitis is a fairly common eye condition that involves redness, irritation, or discharge in one or both eyes. It can affect dogs of any breed… Read more
Conjunctivitis In Cats: Symptoms, Treatment, and More
Conjunctivitis is a very common eye condition in cats. It’s most common in young kittens, but it can affect any cat at any age. When… Read more
Introducing BondAid: Our 24/7 Urgent Care Line We’re excited to announce our new 24/7/365 urgent care helpline for NYC pet parents. Pet parents can give… Read more
Diabetes in Cats: Diagnosis, Treatment, and Management
Just like humans, cats can develop diabetes, and it’s often linked to weight and lifestyle. Diabetes is a fairly common disease that can greatly impact… Read more
Cat Sedatives: When and How to Use Them
Even the calmest of cats may feel stressed, nervous, or fearful in certain situations. This can lead to a variety of issues, including inability to… Read more
Five Ways Your Best (Pet) Friend Can Improve Your Health
By: One Medical & Bond Vet As a pet parent, you likely already have a sense of how much your life has improved because of… Read more
Bordetella Vaccine: Protecting Your Dog Against Kennel Cough
As a pet parent, you may have heard about the kennel cough — or Bordetella — vaccine for dogs. Maybe you’re wondering: What is Bordetella… Read more
Dog Sedatives: When and How to Use Them
One of the things we love about dogs is their natural joy and playfulness. However, sometimes dogs experience fear, anxiety, and apprehension, just like humans. … Read more
Cat Digestive Problems: Symptoms, Diagnosis, and Treatment
An occasional episode of upset stomach isn’t all that unusual in felines. It’s one of the most common conditions that veterinarians treat. And most cat… Read more
Diabetes in Dogs: Diagnosis, Treatment, and Management
Perhaps you’ve heard of diabetes in humans. Many people have a relative or a close friend who’s been diagnosed. However, not all pet parents realize… Read more
What’s Normal Behavior for My Cat?
Understanding Cat Behavior Cats have very unique behaviors and inherited traits that many owners have a hard time understanding. Something as simple as stalking and… Read more
What’s Normal Behavior for My Dog?
What is behavior in the first place? Animal behavior is noted as “Ethology” in the scientific world. It is the scientific and objective study of… Read more
Reverse Sneezing in Dogs
A reverse sneeze is a lot like a regular sneeze in many ways — except that air moves into the nose rather than out. It’s… Read more
Digestive Issues in Dogs: Causes, Prevention, and Treatment
An upset stomach is one of the most common reasons for dogs to see their veterinarian. However, not all stomach problems in dogs are alike.… Read more
Why Is My Dog Throwing Up Blood?
Vomiting is unpleasant for your pet, and for you as the pet parent who has to clean it up. But when vomit contains blood, it… Read more
Why Is My Cat Throwing Up Blood?
A hairball on the carpet may be annoying, but occasional (less than once a month) vomiting in an otherwise healthy cat is often considered acceptable… Read more
Why is My Cat Not Eating or Drinking?
Despite their comfortable modern lifestyle as family pets, many cats retain the instinct to hide signs of illness, pain, or weakness. That’s why it can… Read more
Why is My Dog Not Eating or Drinking?
Since dogs can’t talk, it can be challenging for a dog owner to know when a dog isn’t feeling well. For that reason, it’s helpful… Read more
Why Is My Dog Vomiting?
If your dog vomits, it’s messy for dog owners, and uncomfortable for them. It’s always awful to see your pet struggling and not knowing what’s… Read more