We all love our dogs. They complete our lives in many ways and give us something to smile about even on the worst days. They need us and, in a way, we might just need them as well. Of course, being in love with man’s best friend might be easy but occasionally it can build . . . → Read More: Pet Beds For Puppies
It would be a shame not to bring your favorite furry companion with you on all the awesome vacations you’ve got planned; but it can be a real hassle to pack little Buddy up and get him to sit nicely in the car, then haul him everywhere and make sure all his needs are met . . . → Read More: Easy Traveling With Pet Gear
Cats, and dogs, often suffer from the same diseases that humans do. Nearly 85% of adult pets have periodontal disease. If left untreated, the bacteria can actually spread through the pet’s bloodstream and infect major organs. But other dental issues can occur too, such as gum disease and tooth decay –resulting in a loss of . . . → Read More: Dental Care for Your Cats
Now that spring is here, your dog will be shedding his winter coat and growing in a new one for spring. Good news for the dog, not so much for your home. But regardless of the season, dogs (and cats) need frequent grooming and upkeep if you want the home to have minimal piles of . . . → Read More: Dog Grooming Basics
Ringworm is a common fungal infection among pets, especially dogs, cats, and even horses. The infection invades the hair and hair follicles. It is transmitted by spores in the soil that come into contact with the hair. But dogs and cats do not just get it, humans can too. Actually, humans can transmit the infection . . . → Read More: Treating Ringworm and Fungal Infections
As a pet owner, it’s up to you to make the right decisions for your furry little friends. You have to put in the effort to take care of them as best you can –keeping them clean, feeding them the right amount of food, and taking them to the vet when they are sick. Just . . . → Read More: Nutro Pet Food: A Smart Choice
While Easter may be over (and Passover is still underway), it’s good to know some pet safety tips during any holiday season. Christmas time may pose the biggest problems for pets, but as long as there are tons of guests in the house, there are safety risks for your furry friends.
If the holiday calls . . . → Read More: Holiday Safety Tips for Pets