Signs That Your Cat Is in Pain

Signs That Your Cat Is in Pain

When your cat is in pain, it’s not always obvious, but there are some signs you should watch out for. Sometimes, you can easily tell when your cat is in pain. They mewl and cry; they have an obvious injury; or they suddenly start limping. However, some of the signs of pain in cats are… read more

Interactive Toys to Keep Your Dog Busy

Interactive Toys to Keep Your Dog Busy

Did you know that dogs can bet bored? Dogs, much like people, need mental stimulation, and when they don’t get it, they often get bored. The symptoms of boredom in dogs can include aggression, chewing, whining, listlessness, digging and even biting. Unfortunately, some dog owners don’t recognize boredom as a problem, and dogs are punished… read more

Little-Known Toxins Pet Owners Need to be Aware of

Little-Known Toxins Pet Owners Need to Be Aware of

There are a large number of little-known toxins that can put your pet in danger. Our pets depend on us to meet their most basic needs, including sustenance, shelter and, of course, love. As a pet owner, it’s essential that you make decisions in the best interest of your pet, and in order to do… read more

Your Guide to Getting Pet Advice Online Part 2

Your Guide to Getting Pet Advice Online Part 2

Many people look up health advice online for their pets, but there are many things you should keep in mind while doing so. Most people are well aware of the fact that what they read online isn’t always the most accurate or reliable, but it doesn’t stop them from looking up health advice online for… read more

Your Guide to Getting Pet Advice Online

Your Guide to Getting Pet Advice Online

In this day and age, we use the internet for everything from reading movie reviews to finding pet health advice. The internet has revolutionized our lives in so many ways. Do you have a hankering for a pizza? Look up your local pizza joint online and submit your order! Are you looking for a gift… read more

What to do When You Find a Stray Pet

What to Do When You Find a Stray Pet

Pet homelessness is all too common in the United States. With approximately 70 million stray cats and dogs in the United States, pet homelessness has become a troubling problem. Homeless pets outnumber homeless people five to one, and of the ones that do end up in shelters, only about 10 percent of them are either… read more

Best Rawhide Alternatives


Are you looking for a safer rawhide alternative for your dog? Rawhides are common treats that owners give their dogs to chew on, but if you have had a chance to read our latest blog, then you already know that they aren’t always the safest option. Although rawhides are generally safe for some dogs and… read more

The Risks and Benefits of Rawhides for Dogs


Rawhides are a popular, yet controversial dog treat. Many dog owners give their cuddly companions raw hides to chew on in order to fight off tartar and, subsequently, gum disease. Dogs have a natural instinct to chew, and that chewing helps to keep their teeth clean, but are rawhides really the best option for dogs?… read more

The Best Single-Ingredient Dog Treats


It’s time to ditch the store-bought treats. Over the past few years, many dog owners have started to pay more attention to the ingredients in most dog foods. As more and more dog owners realized that foods containing cheap fillers, like wheat, soy and corn, can cause allergies in dogs, dog food companies started to… read more

Why Make Your Own Dog Treats?


It’s the perfect time to make holiday cookies, but don’t leave your dog out of the fun! Does your home smell like sugar cookies and cinnamon rolls throughout the holiday season? If so, you’re not alone. If there’s one time of the year when you can feel free to bake to your heart’s delight, it’s… read more