We've probably all seen it on Halloween... that look of total humiliation as we walk out the door with Felix decked out in an alien outfit made of aluminum foil. Of course, for pets, the key to keeping things "fun" is to keep costumes simple, comfortable and safe.
It’s amazing to think that around 77% of travelers surveyed by Tripit said that pets are included when making holiday plans. Around 94% said they planned on traveling during their vacation time, but were concerned about an easier way to travel with pets.
The American Veterinary Medical Association has revealed that dogs truly are a man's best friend, still holding on to the top spot for favorite household pets with over 43 million homes owning at least one. However, one of the most common problems that many owners experience with their canine companion is chewing
It is only appropriate that Pet Theft Awareness Day is observed on February 14th, the same day we celebrate all things LOVE. If we are willing to risk opening our hearts to pets, we also need to be prepared to keep those same pets safe from loss or theft.
According to The Humane Society, thousands of dogs die each year after consuming a poisonous outdoor substance, including plants found in the garden or yard. Whether you’re planting a garden or spending a day watching an outdoor sporting event, the dangers for your dog are endless.
When we truly love our dogs, no outing or leisure pursuit is quite the same without their company. We do our best to take them everywhere, ensuring they wear their doggy seat belts in the car, having enough water and food to last them throughout the day, and sliding our soft-sided crate beneath our picnic chair so that our dog can rest between moments of activity and play. In the winter, however, we need to take special care to guard against health threats such as frostbite, injured paws and...