We're celebrating all of our canine retirees in recognition of Adopt A Shelter Dog Month.
Senior dogs can often be overlooked in shelters, but we hope these 5 reasons why adopting a senior dog is great might change your mind about which dog to adopt next!
While owning a big dog is cool (there's no doubt that big dogs are cool), they're also a big responsibility.
Bringing a large breed dog into your home is a big commitment for both your dog and your family, neighbors, and other pets. Make sure to practice these good safety habits and training tips to keep your new furry pal happy.
Many domesticated cats live stress-free lives. If they’re indoor-only, then most of their days are probably spent sleeping by a window, knowing when and where their next meal will come from, and getting lots of pets and scratches (on their terms, of course).
However, cats benefit greatly from enrichment and they need it to live a happy, fulfilling life! We're diving into what enrichment looks like for cats and what things you can start to do now to make their lives more enriching.
International Homeless Animals Day falls on August 20 this year, a day founded by the International Society for Animal Rights (ISAR). It's a day that raises awareness to the challenging overpopulation problem that homeless animals and shelters face every year.
Find out how you can be a part of helping shelter dogs and other homeless animals this Homeless Animals Day.
Cats can be emotional support animals (ESA) to their human companions and many people see tremendous benefits of having a cat (or other animal as an ESA).
There are several things to be mindful of when getting your cat registered as an ESA, including the differences between an ESA and service animal, and how to make it official.
Dog separation anxiety is one of the biggest behavioral problems some pet parents encounter. It can be difficult to manage depending on the severity, but it can be done.
Check out these signs, symptoms, and ways you can help your dog cope while you're away.
From meowing to scratching, cats will often try anything they can to get into a closed door. Even if it means invading your privacy.
While it may seem unusual, there may be several natural reasons for why your cat hates closed doors so much.
Whether it's zoomies at 3 a.m. or bring brought an unpleasant 'gift', there are many things we cat owners are familiar with that cats do, but aren't entirely sure why.
We're looking at 5 of the weird (but mostly adorable) things that cats do and why exactly they're doing them.
For us pet owners, losing a pet can be extremely scary. Not knowing where your pet is, how to find them or whether they are safe, are not situations any one of us would want to be in. That’s why making sure you are proactive in making sure your pet can’t get lost, or can be easily found if it does, is so important.
Be prepared to keep you and your best furry friend (BFF) together by following these 10 helpful pet loss prevention tips.