Prescription to help you beat the winter blues: your pet! In wintertime, some people find they lack energy, feel "down", and just want to sit on the couch until spring comes. There are a couple of physical reasons for this, and quite a few pet activities you can do to pick yourself back up.
Why does your cat sleep so much? Why doesn't he/she sleep at night? Find out the answers to these questions and more about your cats sleeping pattern.
Come up close Pets are smaller than humans and tend to get a little lost in photos unless you make an effort to get up close to them. The detail that you achieve can...
The Animal Poison Control Center fields over 150,000 calls every year about pets that have stuck their noses—and mouths—into things that can poison them. Make sure you are aware of top pet poisons and...
Maybe I just didn't know enough, but miniature horses always seemed like they don't really have a purpose, other than being cute and small. That's something, I guess. But these tiny horses also have a great skill that few people outside the horse-loving community seem to know about.
We’ve all heard of bloat in cows, but did you know that dogs can also get bloat? Gastric Dilatation and Volvulus (GDV) is a condition that occurs in large and giant breed dogs, where...
If you find that strangers—especially kids—approach your pet because he’s so cute or unusual, you’ll probably have many chances to teach others about pet safety.
Do you know how to keep your horse warm during the winter? Here are some helpful tips!
If you are considering adding a new canine or feline member to your family, you might want to consider visiting one of your local animal shelters before you head to the pet store. These...
How often do you take your dog to the vet? If you're a new pet owner, or maybe you've owned a dog for a long time, find out how often you should and why.
Not all therapy animals are dogs. Keep reading to learn more!
Have you lost your pet or are trying to prevent the loss in the future? Find out some of the best ways to find a lost pet and bring them home safely.
According the Association for Pet Obesity Prevention as of 2014, 52.7% of Dogs in the United States are considered overweight or obese. Just as in humans, obesity is a growing problem in pets that can lead to health issues and shortened lifespans.