Finally, you've picked and ordered just the right bed. The package arrives. You eagerly unbox it and present it to your dog – only to have him or her sniff the bed for a moment and then wander off to sleep on the ratty old blanket he
It's time to score some homeruns playing basket puck! Okay, we're kidding. But it is a sports-y time of year. The Super Bowl is behind us but we're already seeing coverage of next season's potential NFL draft picks. The MLB is in the middle of spring
With concerning reports of contaminated dog food appearing in the news, everyone is watching their pet's food a little more closely. But how do you know what the various labels and claims on your pet's food containers mean?
Are the winter blues getting you down? Are you running out of ideas for keeping your dog engaged (and out of trouble)? Check out this list of fifteen fun things to do with your dog when the weather isn’t cooperating.
We have a couple of big holidays coming up next week – Mardi Gras and Valentine’s Day. While it can be fun to get your pet involved with any holiday celebrations, there are a few cautions to keep in mind as well.
Most cats tend to become lovebugs when exposed to catnip. They rub their head all over the catnip, or you, or the dog, or their new favorite shoe, whatever is closest. Some cats will get the crazy eyes and start running around like mad. And then we h
If your dog’s doggy kisses are becoming a bit much, dental issues may be to blame. Dogs as young as three years old may experience periodontal issues which can lead to long-term health problems. Periodontal disease, gingivitis, halitosis, and s