Choosing a good vet is not as easy as it might seem. It requires the same patience and diligence that you would devote to finding any other kind of professional. Here are five steps to take when choosing a veterinarian for your beloved four-legged friend.
For dog owners who love to travel, there’s no longer the tough choice between hitting the road and spending time with a treasured pet. Hotels across the nation, and some worldwide, are opening their doors to pets and their owners. Here’s what you should know.
As much as you might like to bring your dog on your travels, sometimes it’s just not possible or practical. And you may have used up all your pet-sitting favors from family and friends. It might be time to go shopping for dog kennels.
National Dress Up Your Pet Day is a light-hearted, novelty day of celebration, and should stay that way; it’s not about forcing a dog or cat to suffer humiliation or discomfort for human amusement.
Here are some helpful Christmas safety tips for owners of dogs and cats, including how to be safe around the tree, lights, decorations, and floral arrangements.
Here are some miscellaneous dog items, including a food bowl to help with digestion, biodegradable poop bags, retractable dog leash, and other dog accessories that will have you howling for joy this holiday season.
Take a moment and think about these holiday safety tips to prevent accidents that could harm our dogs this holiday season. Keep them safe!
If you’re holiday shopping for your own dog or for a friend or family member with a small dog, you can’t go wrong with any or all of these gift ideas for small dogs and the people who love them.
For most dogs, car rides are paradise! Make the journey pleasant for both driver and passenger by checking-out our Driving With Dogs list of supplies and tips.
Five important tips all cat and dog owners should keep in mind this Thanksgiving holiday, including how to keep them away from human food and dealing with visitors and strangers.
Safe, healthy ways to share meals with your favorite dog!
You and your buddy are out on a walk when Fido spots a tennis ball rolling his way. He lunges forward, grabs the ball in his teeth, and gruffly growls, “It’s mine.”
Need a Halloween costume for your dog or cat? You’ll see everything from Freddy Kruger to Puss in Boots.