Weird Dog Behaviors That Often Have Medical Causes

When your dog is behaving strangely, it is easy to laugh it off and say something like "silly Fido." In many cases, your dog may, indeed, just be acting silly. But some behaviors that dog owners tend to pass off as strange or silly are anything but. They're actually a sign that your dog is struggling with something medically. Here are some so-called weird dog behaviors that may actually mean you should call the vet.

Vaccinations And Treatments Your Pet Needs From An Animal Hospital

If you are a pet owner, you may notice that an increasing number of veterinarians are now expanding to be a full animal hospital. This allows the office to treat more of your animals needs. There is a range of services veterinarians are now offering at these animal hospitals. A few of the services are ones your pet needs to remain healthy. Here are some of those services and what you should know about each one.

Be Alert for These Signs That Your Rabbit Has a Hairball

Like many other animals, rabbits spend a lot of time grooming themselves. Frequent licking can cause them to consume their own hair, which can be problematic if it occurs in large amounts. This is because rabbits aren't capable of vomiting. Whereas a cat can throw up if it consumes too much of its own hair, a rabbit doesn't have this ability. When the animal has too much hair in its digestive system, medical intervention will be required.

Pica In Dogs: Frequently Asked Questions

From your flower garden to your child's toy box, your curious dog has always chewed on or even consumed items they should have not. However, did you know that if your dog compulsively eats items that are not food, it could actually be the sign of a more serious problem? Pica is a condition that is common in dogs and if your dog suffers from this condition, you need to seek veterinary assistance right away.