So, you need to work long hours and you don’t really know where to leave your dog and what to do with your pet. Well, do not be concerned as a doggie daycareprovider will give you the perfect spot to leave your pet during the day. However, make sure that you follow the below points before you leave your dog in the doggie daycar...Read More
HAFowler's Benevolent Overlords, Charlotte & Elsie, to whom she gives homage today. Mother and daughter adopted her in 2008.
In 2005, Pet Lifestyle Expert and Animal Welfare Advocate Colleen Paige created National Cat Day to help educate and urge the public into action in regard to the number of cats that need to find lovi...Read More
The best part of Halloween (besides the treats, of course) are the costumes! It's so much fun seeing our super-cute pets dressed up while the little children are running around dressed as witches and mummies, fairies and ghouls... Enjoy the following fun photos we compiled from flickr.Read More
Oct 14 is the Be Bald and Free Day. This was conceived by Wellcat Holiday & Herbs to honor folks who are bald, either by chance or choice. After all, there’s enough attention heaped upon the long-tressed populace. Why not devote a day to hairless people – and even hairless pets. While most of us...Read More
If there were any one device that perfectly symbolized the attachment some people have to their cats, it would be the cat stroller. Similar to strollers designed for human babies, cat strollers allow the animals to go outside with their humans and see the world while keeping them protected and stationary. Since most cats will not put up with ...Read More
In a world where chaos rules, and darkness seems to be the norm, the people are desperate for something to shed some light. Someone to bring us some hope.
Thankfully, we have… ANIMAL HEROES! Defenders of the treats! Enemies to squirrels and mice everywhere! They bring smiles and wonder, light and laughter to the darkest days!
Here a...Read More
October is a busy month. There are lots of contests, Halloween is coming, and it is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Many cities and towns are “going pink” this month in order to raise public awareness of this type of cancer.
Living in Connecticut, I am especially aware of this cause. My state has the second highest rate of ne...Read More
As much as they may not want it under any circumstance, eventually you will have to give your cat a bath. There are limits to what a cat’s self-grooming can clean, especially when they’re afflicted by fleas, ticks, and other parasites. So when you bathe your cat, you should get the best shampoo for their fur possible, to maximize ...Read More
The holiday season is coming up fast, and it’s time to start thinking about great gifts for our friends and family. Of course, that includes our furry family too! It’s fun to buy our pet something fun and special for the holidays, so they get to feel part of the celebration (even if they’re more interested in wrapping paper, de...Read More
It’s less than a month until Halloween, and even if you’re still debating whether to be a race car driver, vampire or superhero, don’t forget to include your pet in the festivities. Whether you’re having a big party or just hanging out with family, dress up your pup in a cute costume and he...Read More
Experts agree that wet cat food is superior to dry cat food in terms of nutrition, as wet foods tend to contain more proteins and fewer carbohydrates/sugars. They also avoid some of the digestive and dental problems associated with excess dry food. However, not all wet foods are created equal, so here are some tips to find the best canned/pac...Read More
Halloween is an awesome part of the year, when everybody gets to have fun pretending to be whomever or whatever they want, show off their creativity, and gather with friends for a spooky good time. This is not even to mention the treat of seeing little kids and pets dressed up… and the candy! Who can forget the candy?
While the ce...Read More
Cat treats can be a great addition to your feline’s daily routine. In addition to being something they’ll enjoy, treats can help broaden finicky feline palates, offer added nutrition, and give you a tool to call your cat out from hiding. Though feeding cats too many treats can make them obese, this won’t be a problem if you ...Read More
Celebrate your pet holidays with your pet! But did you know what pet holidays there are each year? Check this out:
January 21 - Squirrel Appreciation Day
Dogs and cats alike can’t resist chasing wiggly, fluffy-tailed squirrels. The way they run – and sometimes tease – they drive our pets crazy. While Squirrel Appreciation D...Read More
Felines can be finicky eaters to begin with, but when there are special requirements for their diet, finding the right food can be even more difficult. While your veterinarian can best tell you what your cat needs, and what they should and shouldn’t eat, that doesn’t mean you need to buy the expensive available at the vet’s off...Read More
Every cat needs a private and secure place to hide and rest when they feel stressed or scared. However, each cat has individual preferences about which kinds of places feel safe and comfortable to them, and which places do not. Here are some tips to find the right pet bed for your cat, so they may better perform their titular naps in peace.
Tis the season for fireworks. While it may seem like the perfect opportunity for an outing with your dog, keep in mind that dogs ears 10 times more sensitive than ours. Depending on how close you are to the fireworks display, the booming noise of the fireworks could actually harm your pet’s hearing.
On top of this, fireworks also ...Read More
Mark your calendars! National Take Your Dog To Work Day (TYDTWDay) is an annual holiday that takes place on the Friday after Father’s Day. This year (2011), TYDTWDay will be held on June 24th. Businesses are encouraged to open their doors to their employee’s furry companions.
This day was first celebrated in 1999 b...Read More
When it comes to your dog, there are many decisions to be made, not least of which is what type of food to buy. Dog food comes in all shapes and sizes and can cost $10 to over $50 for a 30lbs bag. What can make the decision even more difficult is if your best friend needs some extra special food. Over weight dogs, dogs with hip and joint problem...Read More