Bugs (like humans) like to come out and party during the warm summer months. Then they move into your home and stay. It's important to stop them now so you don't have fleas biting your ankles on New Years Day.
Wouldn't it be great if your life was as adorable as that cute puppy video you just watched? Real life with families and pets is nothing short of chaos, especially in these trying times. So we rounded up some tips to help you manage life with young ones, both human and furry.
Fleas are a nuisance in any season. They can cause allergic reactions, skin irritation, grouchy pets (and grouchy pet parents) and more. We've outlined the signs and symptoms of fleas, and how to treat them.
As if dogs couldn't get any better, now we know one more amazing thing about dogs: they get us moving! That's right, dogs help us lead active, healthy lifestyles. Read on to see what the research says.
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 and your garden.
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.