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How to Read Cat Body Language: Behavior, Posture & More

Humans are complex creatures — but so are our cats! People who aren’t familiar with cats might say they’re “aloof” or “mysterious,” but understanding...

Keeping your dog’s eyes healthy

While many canine eye diseases are “silent”, a rudimentary understanding of eye anatomy, and some of the signs and symptoms to look for, can...

What iridology can tell you about your pet’s health

By studying the iris of a dog or cat’s eye, a veterinarian trained in iridology can uncover important details about an animal’s health and...

Protect your dog or cat’s vision with checkups and antioxidant support

Regular veterinary checkups and antioxidant supplements can help keep your pet's vision in check. As dogs and cats age, they may experience some of the...

Do dogs really watch television?

You constantly catch your dog staring at the television – but is he actually watching it? Here’s what science has to say about this...

The immune system and your animal’s eyes — balance is key

A look at how your animal's eye health is linked to his immune system, and how you can keep him seeing and feeling well. Your...

Canine cataracts

Cataracts in dogs have many causes – aging, diabetes, genetic predisposition and more. While surgery is the only treatment, there are ways to help...

Tilley’s tale – how a senior dog adapted to being blind

When this high-energy canine developed cataracts and glaucoma at the age of seven, an integrative treatment approach, including acupressure-massage, helped her adjust to blindness....

Keep your kitty’s eyes healthy

A variety of eye problems can affect cats. Know what a healthy feline eye looks like, and how to recognize any red flags that...

The evolution of canine eye contact

Does your dog stare into your eyes? A new study on dingoes reveals that prolonged eye contact from our canine companions is a result...

New test proves red-green color blindness in dogs

Italian scientists have created the first measurable test designed to assess color vision in animals. Using a modified version of the Ishihara’s Test –...

Dog tear stains

Clean up those ugly brown tear stains under your dog’s eyes with a healthy diet and some extra attention to his facial hygiene. Thanks to...

Carrots for dogs

“Eat your carrots.” Didn’t we all hear that growing up? Didn’t we learn early on that eating carrots meant we’d acquire a super-hero’s power...

Cataracts in dogs

Have you ever looked into an older animal’s eyes and seen a strange milky color there? It probably means he has cataracts. Cataracts occur...

Common eye problems in cats

As any kitty lover will tell you, a cat’s eyes can be mesmerizing. Here's a look at some of the most common ocular problems...

Protecting your cat’s eyes

Few things are more beautiful than the bright eyes of a happy healthy cat. Aside from being gorgeous, your feline’s peepers can tell you...

Top 10 foods for your dog’s vision

Packed with nutrients, these colorful foods can help keep his eyes sharp by protecting against a variety of vision problems. Eye health in dogs has become...

Top 10 eye problems in dogs and cats

Take a look at the most common eye problems that effect our animal companions. Often, people are surprised by the number of different eye diseases...