Gifting a pet is a major financial and emotional commitment for the recipient. And if it doesn’t work out, it can negatively affect the pet and animal shelter. Here’s why.
Before reaching for your plain ground turkey and brown rice, you’ll want to read Dr. Kwane Stewart’s tips for cooking your dog homemade treats.
Exercising is a great way to bond with your pet, but Dr. Kwane Stewart explains how to tell if your pup has has enough of the workout.
How two rescue dogs helped encourage an aspiring artist to start painting pet portraits full-time.
Letting your pup hang their head out the car window is unsafe for so many reasons. Luckily, there are alternative ways for them to smell the fresh breeze.
Like people, dogs’ nails can grow too long, and the growth can pose safety risks for them. Dr. Evan Antin has tips for trimming your pup’s nails at home and shares what to expect at a nail-trimming appointment.
If your dog barks at you for food, it’s OK to want to curb that behavior. But there are some things you shouldn’t do when training your dog.
Service dogs make life easier for their parents, but there are some do’s and don’t for people passing them on the street.
Did you know that some pets are considered less adoptable? We couldn’t believe it either.
Eastern veterinary medicine might be less invasive than Western practices, but it’s not always as successful. There are advantages and disadvantages for both types.
Ensuring your pet has a smooth vet visit has a lot to do with you. These are the most common faux pas pet parents make while at the vet office.
A recent study proves that petting dogs benefits humans, but we’re not the only ones benefiting from the affection.
A study found that dogs can detect stress or anxiety in humans based on smell.
If your pup is struggling to control their bladder, belly bands might be a great solution.
Halloween should be scary for all of the right reasons, meaning it shouldn’t involve your pup’s safety. These safety tips can help to ensure your holiday is celebrated without a hitch.
Celebrity dog trainer Michael Hill shares tips on how to navigate your dog’s teenage phase.
Making sure your cat isn’t bored will prevent health issues. These toys will help set you up for success.
Are you heading to the pet store to pick out your dog’s first harness? You’ll want to make sure it meets all of your pup’s individual needs.
It’s normal for dogs to express themselves through barking. But if their vocalizations are excessive, you’ve likely asked yourself: Do dogs get tired of barking?
Heading for a hike with your pup? There are a number of things you can do to prepare for and avoid any potential safety hazards.
Fear Free seeks to limit the stress associated with visiting the vet’s office. But its benefits stem beyond the four walls of the animal hospital.
Animal emergency hospitals differ from your usual vet’s office. This is what it’s like to spend the day at a pet emergency room.
Here’s a behind-the-scenes explainer of what it’s like to be an animal actor.
Did you know that your dog's panting could be caused by reasons outside of fatigue?
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