Don’t fret, Fido. I’ll be right back! Learn how to tell if your dog is suffering from “canine separation anxiety,” and how to help it relax.
Science has given us more reasons to own a dog: they’re good for our health! A study at the University of London shows that children with dogs are more active than those without dogs—with...
The long-term commitments in life that first come to mind are usually marriage and having children. But some pets can be deserving of such a long commitment—because some can live for decades.
Gardens can pose danger to your pet. Follow these tips to keep your pet safe during the season.
Why do cats love boxes? For anyone who has one, I'm sure you've wondered this. Find out why they do and check out these great pictures of cats in boxes!
Are you and your pet ready for Spring? Here is a list of things to do with your pet – some fun and some necessary.
Do you know what to do in case of a pet emergency? Check out these tips to better protect yourself and your pet throughout these kinds of situations.
Senior dog care is a growing concern among owners. Due to improvements in veterinary care and dietary options, along with healthier habits, dogs are enjoying longer lifespans. So when does your dog become a senior pet?
Do you or someone you love have a pet allergy but you don't know how to help without getting rid of your pet? Here are some ways to treat pet allergies.
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.