When a Pet Dies for Parents
For most kids, pets are more than just animals – they're members of the family. So it can be heartbreaking to lose one. Here's how to help kids cope.
My Pet Died. How Can I Feel Better? for Teens
Even if you're having a bad day, you don't feel popular, or you're having trouble at school, your pet loves you. So losing a pet can be heartbreaking. This article outlines some ways to cope.
PET/MRI Scan for Parents
A PET/MRI scan is an imaging test that combines PET and MRI in one session. It creates very detailed pictures of the inside of the body.
My Pet Died - How Can I Feel Better? for Kids
Losing a pet can feel like losing a good friend. Read this article to learn what to do during this sad time.
Infections That Pets Carry for Parents
Kids can benefit from the companionship, affection, and relationships they share with pets. But it's important to know how to protect your family from infections carried by pets and other animals.
Dealing With Triggers: Pets for Parents
Do pets make your child's allergies or asthma worse? Here's how to handle it.
If I Have Asthma, Can I Keep My Pet? for Kids
Uh-oh. Could your pet be making your asthma worse? Find out more in this article for kids.
If I Have Asthma, Can I Keep My Pet? for Teens
If you have asthma, you're more likely to be allergic to a pet than someone who doesn't have asthma. Find out what you can do.
Staying Safe Around Animals for Kids
Do you love animals? Lots of kids do. Find out how to stay safe around them in this article for kids.
If you have asthma, you want to breathe easy at home. Find out how in this article for kids.