No pet parent wants their dog or cat to escape the house, car or yard and become lost. But sometimes curious pets have a way of getting out on their own, which not even the most watchful pet owners can always prevent.
Who doesn’t love puppies? … and if the answer is you, don’t admit it. I LOVE puppies (which when you have a house full of screaming, pooping, peeing newborn puppies multiple times a year, loving them is SUPER important). Most people love puppies because they’re cute, cuddly, happy, and let’s not forget the “puppy breathe” (insert heart emoji here). But why do I love puppies? I love puppies because they’re blank slates, little sponges ready to absorb anything and everything the world throws at them, as long as it’s done correctly.
It is not just what a your dog or cat puts inside his or her mouth that can make a difference in comfort and health, but the way you take care of your pets’ teeth, gums and more. Oral hygiene, this oft-overlooked component of pet care, can mean the difference between a happy, healthy pet and one that may be suffering in silence.
Try these techniques to reduce anxiety in your pup.
Whether the introduction involves animals of the same species or a hopeful friendship between cat and dog, follow these tips to increase the chances for a successful first meeting.
Pet owners continually face the difficult challenge of whether medical intervention is necessary and financially feasible. A pet insurance policy can make such dilemmas easier to navigate.
There’s no way to gauge a dog’s swimming prowess until the animal is introduced to water. That’s one reason why dog owners must make water safety a priority when taking their pets near water.