When your dog barks, (s)he’s trying to tell you something (s)he thinks you need to know. Usually it’s pretty easy for you to figure out what that is; sometimes it’s not. If (s)he’s a natural “talker,” occasionally
With summer heat already making its appearance, your dog has renewed its love of exploring the great outdoors, leaving them sweaty, muddy, and smelling not at all like the roses they keep digging up in your garden. When you have a stinky dog situatio
Your wedding is the most special day of your life. When you get married, you want to share it with everyone you love, including friends and family, but you love your furry friends, too. There’s no reason you should have to leave your pet out of
Eyes are crucial organs for both humans and dogs. For humans, sight is the primary means of sensory perception. For dogs, it’s slightly less important since their main means of sensory perception is their extraordinary sense of smell.
Many people assume that dogs are the only pet that can be trained, but the truth is that with patience, dedication and perseverance, any pet can be trained to do as you say. One especially smart household pet is the cat.
There’s nothing quite like the Fourth of July. Every year, you celebrate with all your friends and family at a cookout, picnic, or local fireworks show. So how do you get the family pet involved in the festivities in a way that is both safe and