Nobody wants to spend Valentine’s Day at the emergency vet. So make sure the love of your life, your furry friend, stays out of harm’s way.
February 14th is Pet Theft Awareness Day — a day to make sure dog parents know the dangers dognappers present to their pooches.
A Super Bowl party can be very different from a dog’s perspective. New noises, people, and smells can be a bit overwhelming. Here are some tips.
You met the person of your dreams. You love their pets, and they love yours. So how do you get the pets to get along? Here are a few tips.
There are many new life experiences ahead for you, your baby, and your dog. Preparing early on in your pregnancy can help this transition flow smoothly.
Most dog parents in the US drive with their dogs at least once a month. Here’s what you should know about dog seat belts and why they’re so important.
To keep your home a peaceable kingdom, you’ll want to arm yourself with some know-how before you introduce a new dog to your resident feline.
Dogs can live happily without their sense of sight. Here are a few things you should know if your dog is going blind or if you’re adopting a blind dog.
Puppy proof the house before your curious newcomer sets a paw inside your home. Here are a few puppy proofing tips to help keep your pup safe.
Walking your dog at night can be challenging, but with a few tips, you can keep yourself and your pup safe on your night time walks.
Snow presents new obstacles that make things difficult — and sometimes dangerous — for dogs. As the winter season approaches, make sure you’re keeping your dog safe and as comfortable as possible on cold, snowy walks. Here are some tips for pet parents and their pups to stay safe in the snow.
Take proper precautions to keep your dogs and cats safe this holiday season. Here are a few Christmas safety tips to help you keep your fur family safe.
There are plenty of myths about dogs and winter. It’s important to sort out fact from fiction to make sure our dogs stay safe.
Like us, as our pets get older, navigating the challenges of winter becomes more difficult. Here are a few ways to keep your senior safe through winter.
Cold and flu medicines used to treat winter-time sickness and other ailments in humans contain ingredients that are deadly to dogs, cats, and other pets.
Winter presents a different set of challenges for dog parents, especially for those living in areas with extreme seasonal changes in weather.
Going for a walk with your dog is a great way to experience nature, but wild animal encounters can make nature dangerous.
If you are walking your dog in snake country,there are a few simple steps you can take to make sure that you both make it out whole and unharmed.
One very brave — and very lucky — pup by the name of Rocky, survived an attack from a mountain lion that wandered into his family’s backyard.
Forget about witches and zombies; a seemingly innocuous bag of candy can be one of the scariest things that enters a dog parent’s home. Calls to the Pet Poison Hotline increase twelve percent during the week of Halloween. Here’s what you should do if your dog eats candy.
Skunks create one very big problem that most pet parents prefer to avoid: stinky pets. Here are some ways to keep skunks away from your dog that are safe for pets, kids, and even skunks.