Pets are people too and as a result they should be given that care and affection like humans receive. There are many pet avid who take great care of it however the real-time care for them should be given at all times. Generally during the holidays and in the summer, winter seasons special care is a must.
Spring is just around the corner! Even though it’s exciting to finally see color in our yards, it’s important to be aware of the potential dangers spring plants and fertilizers pose for pets. We’ve teamed with VPI® Pet Insurance to bring you these simple springtime safety tips.
Tulips (Tulipa spp.) and hyacinth (Hyacinth...Read More
Pet thyroid problemsare a very common thing. Quite a few glands within the body bring into being hormones that have a range of functions, together with controlling metabolism. One among these is the thyroid gland, which produces thyroid hormone. To sort it out,dogs only get low or hypo thyroid on the other hand, cats get high or hyper thyr...Read More
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We've all seen pets that seem to drive themselves crazy with dry skin. Our poor dogs and cats don't know that constant scratching, clawing, and biting of their itchy skin is only making it worse. It's up you to help them get rid of dry and irritated skin. How do you do that? Well you try one these helpful tips for healthier skin and ...Read More
Vegetarian and vegan diets are popular with humans these days. Also gaining in popularity is the belief that our pets are a part of our family. They have become valued members of our household instead of “just a pet”. So, it makes sense that families that have decided to be vegetarians or vegans would want their pets to live the same...Read More
You might have been hearing about a product for dogs called Dinovite on the radio. It has probably got you wondering if this product really works or not.
What is Dinovite?
Here is a quick overview of Dinovite, in case you have not heard of it yet.
Dinovite is a nutritional supplement that is added to your dog’s food. It is sold as...Read More
Are you thinking about adopting a cute puppy? There are a few things to consider before making such an important decision. One of these is where you live. Do you own a home or live in an apartment building? Is your neighborhood or apartment complex dog-friendly? These are all important questions that need to be answered if you want to give your ...Read More
Does your cat cuddle up with the base heater or radiator? Cats do love to keep warm and tend to find the hottest place in the room to take a nap.
Give your cat a warm safe place in a stylish way. The K&H heated cat products are sure to be the perfect combination of heat, comfort, and style that you and your cat will love.
The Kitt...Read More
Everyone has heard that in order to convert a dog’s age into human years, multiply by seven. For example, a dog who is 2 calendar years old, would be the equivalent of a seven year old human. This might be a useful and easily remembered rule of thumb, but it is flawed.
Closer to the truth
The fact is, dogs do not age the same way we h...Read More
Everyone knows that dogs age at a faster pace than humans, but did you know that dogs experience “teen years” similar to humans?
It is true, and just like humans, some dogs act different than others.
What are the “teen” years?
On average, dogs experience these teen years when they are 1.5 to 3 years of age. Howev...Read More
Are you ready to bring a new pet into your home? Are you considering a rescue?
Rescued dogs tend to make excellent pets. They typically have been through some bad experiences but thrive on love and good companionship.
Rescue dogs are typically loyal, loving, happy, and grateful, all of which add up to a great pet. Not to mention, giving ...Read More
We know your dog already has a fur coat, but sometimes it is not enough. During the cold months of the year, even furry dogs can feel the chill. Though breeds with short coats, like greyhounds, are most are most at risk.
If your dog does not enjoy going for walks in the snow, or is living in a cold climate with a short coat of fur, consider ...Read More
Choosing the best cat food for your kitty is one of the most important cat owner decisions you can make. Here are some key points to help you decide which cuisine is the right one. Making sure your cat gets adequate nutrition is the primary concern, so feeding foods that meet AAFCO guidelines is generally recommended.
Pick a food type
Are yo...Read More
As much as I disagree about giving pets as gifts during the holidays, I know it is going to happen. I only hope that everyone remembers that a new puppy is no ordinary gift; it isn't something that can be put in a closet or the attic when your attention for it runs out. Puppies are loving companions and need to be shown that same amount of u...Read More
Anything you ever wanted to know (and many things you did not) can be found on the Internet these days.
When you need to know something about your pet, one of the first places you turn to is your phone. Read 8 iPhone Apps For Pet Owners or 10 Android Apps To Help Manage Your Pets for information on which apps are the most helpful.
The oth...Read More
Winter is quickly approaching and while the winter months can be lots of fun for you and your dog, there are a few precautions you should take to make sure your dog is healthy and happy all season long.
Here are seven of the biggest dangers your dog will face this winter season:
Cold - Don't think the cold just hurts people; it ca...Read More
Are you finding someone to take care of your dog while you are travelling? Dog sitting services are perfect for your wish. You know dog is definitely a man’s best friend, that’s why? Many people love to have dog in their home. It is also honest pet which provides sincerity to its owners that means it won’t allow the new pers...Read More
Being a dog owner can be fun and rewarding, if not sometimes challenging. Below are seven tips that learned the hard way.
* If you live in a cold area, you know how it is almost impossible to do anything when your fingers are cold. In order to open a dog waste bag in the cold, breathe out through your mouth and onto your fingers. Pinch and r...Read More
Do dogs even make facial expressions? The answer is yes, dogs do make facial expressions. In fact, in many ways, their facial expressions are very similar to a human’s.
Your dog’s face can tell you a great deal about how they are feeling. For example, you may have noticed your dog’s ears perk up when you say a certain word,...Read More