Looking for an apartment that suits your needs and allows dogs may seem like no big deal, but there’s a lot to consider. These are the top factors to research when apartment hunting for you and your dog.
Summer may be a time for mowing and gardening our lawns, but the pesticides and weed killers that often accompany these activities are extremely toxic to animals. Learn preventative measures you can take to protect your pets. Plus, we’ll walk you through the symptoms of toxicity, so you know what to watch out for.
Summer vacations are a blast, but what about traveling with your pet? If you’re thinking about taking a trip with your cat or dog, here are some things to evaluate before you book your trip.
Do your dog’s farts send you running out of the room? Learn what may be causing your dog to fart, and what you can do about it.
It’s almost time for fireworks, but do you know how your dog will handle the show? Fireworks can make dogs feel incredibly vulnerable; they may panic or even attempt to flee. Follow our simple tips for making your dog feel more comfortable this Fourth of July.
Summer is a time for adventure, but are you prepared to take your dog with you? Learn how you can explore all summer long, without sacrificing your dog’s safety.
Summer means fun days outside with your pet, but it’s also when temperatures spike and health risks may increase. Your pet is counting on you to keep him safe. Read on to see how to have fun while keeping your furry pal cool and protected.
Summer travel is in full swing, and your pet may even join you on your adventures. Good news: traveling with your pet is now easier than ever, thanks to pet-friendly hotels! Read our top tips for choosing the perfect hotel.
Losing a pet is a situation we never want to be in. But what will you do if it happens? And how can this be prevented in the future? Learn more here.
You’re going out of town and need a pet sitter, but where do you start? Read Scollar’s guide to pet sitters, including the key topics you must discuss before you leave your pet in someone else’s care.
This is a guest post by JC Matthews, Co-Founder of Simply Insurance Do Your Pets Need Insurance? I am sure we can agree that our pet’s health is essential, and sometimes we are more concerned about their health than our own. There are over 85 million pets in the US,...
Kids and pets are a terrific combination. Guest contributor, Emily Parker of catalogical.com, shares 9 amazing ways kids benefit from growing up with pets.
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Dental care is critical to your dog’s health and can prevent things like cancer, heart disease, and tooth decay. Ash Babariya of Simply for Dogs shares easy-to-apply dental tips to give your doggy the best dental care possible.
Making sure your pets recover smoothly from surgery is a big deal! In this post, guest contributor, Angie Bersin, teaches us what to pay special attention to, including stairs, slippery floors and cozy sleeping areas.
Who doesn’t love cat hacks?! Learn our top tips and tricks for keeping your cat entertained for hours, without breaking the bank.
Golden Retrievers deeply love their humans, and feel that sad or depressed when separated from them. Guest contributor, Wendy Lipscomb, editor of TotallyGoldens.com shares tips for dealing with separation anxiety in these amazing furry beings.
Cat Cocaine…Kitty Crack… Kitty Ganja… just a few of the common names for Catnip. Our friends at CatsPHD share 20 cool things about this mysterious herb that cats love.