• Dangerous Dog Treats: What To Know Before You Treat Your Pup

    What pooch does not love getting a treat or two now and then. Dog owners also love giving their dog’s treats. If you have a dog, then you have a g...
  • How to Housebreak Your Puppy in Just 3 Easy Steps

    You’ve brought your adorable puppy home and you’re wondering how difficult it’s going to be to housebreak him. If you follow these three easy steps...
  • 7 Tips to Smoothly Introduce a New Pet to Your Household

    Bringing a new pet home is an exciting time, but it can also cause disruption in your household. Take the time to prepare your home, family, and cu...
  • Household Dog Dangers

    Dogs have a tendency of trying to eat just about everything they come across. In most cases, this causes some slight discomfort. There are things,...
  • Five Vital Questions To Ask Your Vet About Your Cat

    Choosing a "vital 5" out of my list of questions to ask your vet about your cat was no easy task. As the list gets longer, it becomes even more difficult. My hope, of course, is that cat owners and vets everywhere will use this technique to form a better pet health care team. With some creativity, you can adapt the concept, if not the questions themselves, to fit just about any pet.
  • Making Homemade Pet Food

    Animals, because they are color blind, choose their foods by smell. Most dogs like liver, fat, garlic, onions, horsemeat, lamb, beef, cheese and fish. Cats enjoy chicken, liver, fish, turkey, lamb, and yeast, and prefer fresh to aged flavors.
  • Tips For Bathing Your Cat

    Cats normally do not need help getting and staying clean. They are fastidious about their cleanliness and spend much of their day primping and preening.
  • Five Mistakes New Puppy Owners Make

    Avoid these common new puppy owner mistakes.
  • Dental Care For Dogs

    Some people don’t realize that dental hygiene is as important for dogs as it is for human beings. Just like in people, dogs’ teeth can gather plaque after eating. When plaque builds up and hardens it becomes a coarse brown substance called tartar. As tartar accumulates it can work its way under the gums and cause painful infections and gum disease. This goes on in the mouths of dogs just like it does in people. You brush your teeth every day, probably three times. What does y...
  • Bringing Home A New Pet

    Make sure your new baby starts off with healthy food and treats. It all starts now. Once you cultivate certain eating habits, it’s almost impossible to break them, especially with cats. It is not uncommon for a cat to get hooked on one food only. If that food is a good food then you lucked out. If it is not a good food, conversion may be extremely difficult for you and your cat. When your dog doesn't want to eat his breakfast or dinner, don't let him persuade you to add somet...
  • Have A Pet Safe Christmas

    Since animals are drawn to Christmas decorations, extra caution will be needed to keep your pet safe. You can enjoy the holidays without having to...
  • Holiday Foods Your Pets Can and Can't Eat

    The holidays bring about a change in routines, hosting visitors, and—perhaps most importantly—a change in diet. Not only will there be more food available, but there will also be more different types of food, some of which your pets won't find at other times of the year.