Dog Poop 101: Essential Guide of Healthy and Unhealthy Dog Poop
What does healthy dog poop look like? Explore our essential guide for pet parents to discover what your dog's poop is telling you. Read more
8 Pet-friendly Thanksgiving Foods
No need to leave out your furry family member from the Thanksgiving festivities. Just make sure to give them foods that are safe for them and don't let them overindulge. The holidays coincide with an uptick in vet visits so ensure you keep your pet safe by following the below tips.Read more
Bringing Home a New Puppy
Bringing home a new puppy is fun and exciting! Here's how to make the transition as smooth as possible for your family, your puppy, and your existing pets.Read more
UTI in Dogs: Symptoms, Diagnosis, and Treatment
Does your dog have a urinary tract infection? Here's everything you need to know about UTI in dogs, including the symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment options.Read more
Fall Dog Treat Recipe: Pumpkin Sweet Potato Bites
Bake these tasty pumpkin cookies made with simple ingredients for your pup this fall.Read more
Can Dogs Get Sunburn and What Are the Signs?
Can dogs get sunburn and what are the risks? Here's what to know about sunburn in dogs, from prevention to treatment and more.Read more
Can my pet get monkeypox?
We answer all of your questions about monkeypox and pets.Read more
What Does a Cold, Wet Dog Nose Mean?
If a cold, wet dog nose indicates good health, does a warm, dry nose mean your dog is sick? Learn what's normal, what isn't and when it's time to call the vet.Read more
Why Do Dogs Hump When They Are Fixed?
At best, dog humping may entice a laugh from pet parents. At worst, the embarrassing behavior can strain the human-animal bond, indicate an underlying physical… Read more
Why Do Dogs Lick So Much?
Why do dogs lick themselves? Not to mention, why do they lick their human and canine friends, their favorite toy, the carpet, and any number… Read more
How to Travel Domestically and Internationally with Your Pet
Don’t let a vacation get in the way of spending time with your pet. Bond vet offers domestic and international travel certificates. Read more
How to Prevent Dog Shedding
How to Prevent Dog Shedding Shedding is a natural, healthy process that can’t be stopped entirely. However, that doesn’t mean dog hair has to take… Read more
Can Dogs Get Depressed, and How Can You Help?
Yes, dogs can suffer from depression—or at least, from mental and emotional afflictions that greatly resemble clinical depression in humans. There’s no doubt that sometimes… Read more
Dog Travel Anxiety: Prevention, Treatment, and More
Whether you’re planning a long road trip with your favorite pup, or simply trying to get them to the dog park, a car ride can… Read more
Traveling Internationally With Your Dog: A Complete Guide
Bond Vet now offers international travel certificates. Book an appointment here and read below to learn how international travel with a pet works. Flying internationally… Read more
Is Salt Bad for Dogs’ Paws? The Dangers of Ice Melts
Some pups love to play in the snow and spend time outside no matter what the weather is like. But before embarking outside in wintry… Read more
How to Prevent Separation Anxiety in Dogs
Wondering how to prevent separation anxiety in dogs? Dogs with separation anxiety may show frustrating symptoms like barking non-stop while you’re away and disturbing the… Read more
Specialty Surgery at Bond Vet
We’re thrilled to share that in addition to our standard surgery offering, Bond Vet is proud to introduce Specialty Surgery services in our Cobble Hill,… Read more
Fall Allergies in Dogs: Causes, Symptoms, and Solutions
Fall allergies are common in dogs, causing a variety of symptoms from watery eyes to skin problems. While spring and summer are common culprits for… Read more
Pet DNA Test: Is Dog and Cat Genetic Testing Worth It?
Maybe you’ve thought about doing a pet DNA test. These tests, which can be easily performed at home by pet parents, are becoming more and… Read more
How to Train Your Puppy — and What to Teach Them
So you’ve adopted a new puppy. What’s next? Training your dog. In addition to veterinary visits and vaccinations to keep them physically healthy, it’s important… Read more
Chicken Allergy in Dogs: Everything You Need to Know
Want to learn more about chicken allergy in dogs? Although food allergies are much less common than other types of allergies in dogs, pups affected… Read more
Kennel Cough in Dogs: Symptoms, Treatment, and Prevention
Kennel cough is a common, contagious disease that produces coughing and other upper respiratory symptoms in dogs. The disease can cause significant discomfort — and… Read more
Dog Rash: Common Causes, Symptoms, and Treatments
Skin problems are one of the most common issues that veterinarians treat. Rashes, itchy skin, or other skin issues can be very uncomfortable and interfere… Read more
Pancreatitis in Dogs: Diagnosis, Treatment, and Recovery
Pancreatitis in Dogs: Diagnosis, Treatment, and Recovery Pancreatitis is a relatively common condition in dogs. It can occur in any age, breed, or gender, although… Read more
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
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
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
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 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
Introducing Bond Vet’s Nurse Elevation Program
Veterinary nurses are the backbone of veterinary medicine. To recognize this, Bond Vet is offering our nurses unparalleled benefits, a clear growth path, and the… 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
Dog Diarrhea: Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment Options
No one enjoys cleaning up their pet’s smelly, messy diarrhea. And if your pup has loose stools, it’s no fun for them either. Fortunately, many… Read more
Your Dog’s Weight: A Hands On Guide for Pet Parents
Weight greatly affects your pet’s health and wellbeing, so it’s important to you keep your pet’s weight in check. Below we share tips to help… Read more
Everything You Need to Know About Feeding Your New Puppy
By Dr. Caitlin Grant, BSc, DVMRes. ECVCN (European College of Veterinaryand Comparative Nutrition)DVSc Candidate It can be so exciting to bring a new furry puppy… Read more
Puppy Growth: What You Need to Know
How big will my dog get? How much should I feed my puppy? And, how fast should my puppy grow? These are some of the… Read more
Allergies in Dogs: Common Allergens & Treatment
If your pup has allergies, they may be itching their skin all day, and even keeping you up at night with their licking and scratching.… Read more
Can Dogs Eat Candy: What You Should Know About Dogs & Sweets
Can Dogs Eat Candy? What You Should Know About Dogs and Sweets Is candy bad for dogs? What happens if a dog eats sugar? If… Read more
Poisonous Plants for Dogs: Which Houseplants Are Toxic?
Fresh flowers and plants can really brighten up your home, and outdoor gardening can be therapeutic and fun, while improving your home’s curb appeal. However,… Read more
9 Tips for Protecting Your Dog’s Paws in the Winter
If you think it’s cold outside — your dog probably does, too. Certain breeds, like Huskies and Malamutes, tolerate cold and snow much better than… Read more
Holiday Safety Tips for Pet Parents
During the holiday season, you probably enjoy spending quality time with family and friends — and that includes your furry family members! As a pet… Read more
Pet-Friendly Holiday Decorating Tips
If you plan to deck out your home in holiday decor, go for it! But, make sure to plan ahead so your beautiful displays are… Read more
Why Are Cats & Dogs Scared of Fireworks?
The loud noises and flashing lights can frighten them, especially since the sounds are totally unpredictable, harsh on their sensitive ears, and impossible to escape.… Read more