Q: My dog has bad arthritis in his knee. A: Well, no, you're not going to use Zubrin.
Lots of dogs and cats cry. Veterinary dermatologist Dr. John Angus explains that what happens next is caused by an ever so slight amount of moisture on the skin. Darker-colored pets often have the same tear-stains; they're just not visible.
Q: We have a friend who's started smoking cigarettes, and quite heavily. A: Your friend doesn't need a professional to remind her that smoking is hazardous to her health; it says so right on the packaging.
"I don't know why, but people love dressing up their dogs as monkeys," says Alice Lerman, owner of Barker and Meowsky: A Paw Firm, in Chicago.
Q: Can dogs and cats get the Ebola virus? Q: I'm worried about a full-out Ebola epidemic eventually coming to America; it's inevitable.
Even if you don't know it, they're out there lurking in the shadows. "We know so little about feral cats, and even less of the truth about how people feel about them," she says.