What you need to know to keep your best friend in top form.

Agoraphobic Dog Takes First Walk Outside

“Before we knew it we were in the local park and he was loving it. Jack is how he should be – full of life and wanting to go out for lots of walks.” Read more

Bloodmobile for Dogs at University of Pennsylvania Vet School

“You don’t really think about it until you actually need it,” said Kym Marryott, the manager of Penn’s Animal Blood Bank. “Just like in people, dogs need blood too.” Read more

Dog Kisses: Not as Gross as You Think

“I don’t think it’s a great idea to French kiss a dog, but having a normal lick on the face is no more dangerous than a kiss from your spouse,” Dr. Simmons concluded. Read more

Owner Blames Puppy’s Death on Clinic for Turning Them Away

“They didn’t even care to look at her,” Nava said. “They didn’t even touch her. They didn’t even honestly look at her across the counter.” Read more

Vet Shares Story of His Own Dog Being Put to Sleep

Veterinarians are faced daily with the difficult choice of euthanasia. It’s our role to guide owners to a decision that’s in the best interest of their pets while helping them come to terms with the passing of their beloved family member. Read more

Dog Flu Cases Reported in Essex County, Mass.

“The canine influenza hasn’t been introduced to this region before, so it’s just a very high likelihood of dogs catching it and carrying it if they are exposed, and we’re trying to get ahead of that,” said Doug Wynne of Paws 4 Play. Read more

Booster the Service Dog Gets Stem Cell Therapy in Mississippi

“We’re hoping to restore mobility,” said veterinarian Michael Randall. “He had this procedure once before, and it helped him out a whole lot.” Read more

Leslie May Shares About Cleaning for Your Dog’s Health

Leslie May of Raise a Green Dog shared a bit about how to safely clean without needlessly exposing your dog to harmful chemicals Read more

Nurse Saves Dog Using CPR

“You can help you save your dog in a time of emergency,” said Dr. Pryor. “Check airway, breathing, respiration; are we breathing, is your heart circulating, what’s going on make sure nothing is stuck in the throat and then start performing CPR.” Read more

Dog Receives Surgery Thanks to LWD Fans

When we posted Kane’s story, you amazing Life With Dogs fans donated nearly $2,500 in just a few short days! Kane has now undergone one surgery and is recovering well. Read more

New Vaccine Prevents Lyme Disease in Dogs

“The yearly Lyme disease vaccine for dogs is very effective and safe, with very minimal side effects,” said Dr. Doug Benner. Read more

Threatened Bees Saved by Unlikely Beekeeper

“I realized that Bazz was able to sniff out the disease, and save thousands of bees, so, I’ve tried to develop a suit the dog can wear and hopefully avoid being stung,” said Josh Kennett. Read more

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