Home > Lifestyle > Pet Health > News News All sections in Pet Health » About Pet Health » Behavioural problems » Caring for your cat » Caring for your dog » Pet health tips » Pet safety » Pets and people » Your pet's health » Pet Health News Pet fashion gets a leg up Creating trendy outfits is a whole different animal for pet fashion designers, whose work is becoming mainstream as animal lovers look to further pamper their pets. Subscribe to the Newsletter » Like Health24 on Facebook » Ask CyberVet » Grumpy Cat's Worst Christmas Ever Dogs help babies crawl Your pet can get cancer too Animals can also suffer from cancer, and cancers hit about half of dogs and a third of cats aged 10 years and older. Germany reports highly pathogenic bird flu strain Turkeys infected with a highly pathogenic strain of bird flu were found in Germany, according to the World Organisation for Animal Health. Spanish authorities want to put Ebola victim's dog down Spanish authorities have sparked international outrage after they received a court order to euthanise the pet dog belonging to the Spanish nursing assistant who recently became infected with the virus. Public jump to rescue shelter dogs from arson attack Last night, the public jumped into action to rescue dogs trapped in a fire at the Manchester Dogs' Shelter in the UK after suspected arson. Peruvian nurse cares for 175 sick cats A Peruvian nurse has transformed her 2-story apartment into a hospice for 175 cats with leukemia. “ Latest comment on Health24 John Smith says... You sound bitter - which is odd really - and homophobic. Just accept the facts, there is no case against Shrien Dewani, all the articles you have written on the subject actually... Dewani trial a damp squib ” 43½ socks removed from Great Dane's stomach Veterinarians removed 43½ socks from the stomach of a Great Dane in an emergency surgery that probably saved the dog's life. The dog went on to win 3rd prize in They ate WHAT? Cat bites may lead to serious infections When cats bite, their sharp teeth can inject hard-to-treat bacteria deeply into the skin and joints, increasing the risk of serious infection. load more articles advertisement From our sponsors Uncontrolled periodontal disease and diabetes – a collective health risk? Exam stress – a challenge for the whole family Eduloan offers affordable education finance Live healthier Medical bills » GP and money Cut medical bills Medical savings account Medical scheme: what is a self-payment gap? Have you exhausted your day-to-day benefits and moved into your self-payment gap? Here's what it means. Allergy alert » Allergy myths Cold or allergy? Children and allergies Allergy facts vs. fiction Some of the greatest allergy myths and misconceptions can actually be damaging to your health.