It’s a brand new year and that usually means setting goals and making New Years Resolutions! The problem is sticking to them long term - and this is where your pets can help. Believe it, but your pets can actually help you make your resolutions a reality.
Dogs can get stressed and anxious over anything from a visit to the vet, to traveling, going to the groomer or the kennel, or even simply when their routine is interrupted and they just don't know what to expect. This stress can be really harmful for a dog's health; therefore it is important for the owner to identify the cause and use these techniques to calm them down.
Looking for an easy way to store your pets medical records, want to find a pet hotel or a local pet friendly restaurant, try out the local dog park or meet up with another pet lover - look no further then your mobile phone for these easy to use apps for all things pets.
Taking your cat for a walk on a leash may sound strange at first, but it is actually very beneficial to your kitty, as well as being a fun activity for both you and your cat. Benefits of walking a cat include mental stimulation, boost in health and energy, reduced risk of arthritis and more.
Finding the best dog toy for your new puppy can be a challenge; after all dog toys need to be safe, durable, entertaining and educational. From puzzle toys to chew bones, to balls and teething toys - we'll help you make the best choice for your puppy.
Most cats like to sleep the day away. While this may be normal, there are some health risks with being too lazy. If your kitty seems to be sleeping more than leaping there are a exercises you can do to get them more active.
Giving your high-energy dog the proper amount of exercise can sometimes be a challenge however even if you are stuck indoors there are still some fun and easy things you can do to exercise your high energy dog.