As we close out summer, we want to make sure to make the most of the last weekend. If you are looking for some fun ways to enjoy these last few summer days with your pet, here are some ideas
Category: Pet Care and Tips
Most pet owners want to bring more of that sweet, unmatched love of animals into our homes, so we think about getting another pet. Here are some tips and things to think about if you are hoping to add another pet to your household.
A reader asks, "How can I help my Oldie grow old more comfortably with aches and pains?" Here are some tips to help your pet age comfortably.
Our pets are living longer, just like we are. And with these years come age-related health issues. One reader asked about dog glaucoma and her older dog. It's a great question, because timely care can sometimes prevent blindness in one or both eyes for your older cat or dog.
My greyhound is limping, and it seems to be because of dog corns on his feet. What can I do?
When your beloved pet dies, you need to recognize the loss and work through it.
Dog-tired. Cat nap. Early bird. What do these expressions have in common?We say we're "dog-tired" when we’re simply exhausted. And cat naps might be the answer to make up lost sleep. With a good night's rest, you might even become an early bird. But if your pet actually is a dog, or a cat, or even a bird, restful sleep can be hard to come by. Because these pets can make it hard for you to "sleep tight" each night.
Last month, I shared this fact about cats and dogs: it's not likely that you could spread your cold or flu to them, or that they could spread your germs to your family or friends. But there are some illnesses pets can spread to people.
Put healthy eating at the top of your dog's resolutions! Diet and weight can top the list of New Year's resolutions–for us and for our dogs. Whether you have four legs or two, being overweight has similar effects on the body: extra strain on the bones and joints, extra work for the heart and other organs, and an extra challenge to keep other health conditions, like diabetes, under control. But how do you know if your dog is eating too much, or perhaps too little? Here are some tips to help to make sure he's eating just the right amount.