From backpacks to poop bags, we’ve rounded up the best dog walking accessories…
All of us with dogs in the family want very much for our canine companions to be healthy, happy, and right here with us for as long as possible. That’s why it’s important to realize that just as puppies require Continue reading Caring for Your Dog in His Second Half of Life
Doggy daycare facilities are growing in popularity as an increasing number of pet owners realize their dogs need more socialization, mental stimulation, playtime or exercise than they can routinely provide. Long workdays, an unpredictable schedule, or even an unexpected health Continue reading The Pluses and Minuses of Doggy Daycare
Pup parents know that our dogs love us deeply, even though they do not express it in the same manner as humans do. Recently, behavioral research saddened dog lovers when it showed that most dogs don’t like to be hugged. That’s Continue reading 5 Ways To Tell Your Dogs You Love Them In Their Own Language
Lots of households in the U.S. include both a dog and a cat. In a perfect world, our pets would become fast friends the moment they’re introduced, or at least agree to peacefully co-exist. But here in the real world, Continue reading Strategies to Help Cats and Dogs to Peacefully Coexist
If you have asthma or allergies to airborne irritants such as dust or pollen, you’re at higher than average risk for pet allergies as well. According to the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America (AAFA), 3 in 10 people with Continue reading The Best Dog Breeds for Allergy Sufferers
If you’ve ever had a cat, dog or another furry friend as a pet, you know how immensely comforting they can be, not to mention funny and interesting conversation starters whether you’re at the park, a store or on the Continue reading Petting Dogs and Cats Can Lower Stress and More
Nadia, a tiger at New York City’s Bronx Zoo, tested positive for the coronavirus. A few pet cats in the United States (and maybe one dog) have, too.