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Smile! How to Tell Your Dog is Happy
While we can’t teach you how to speak dog, we can help you understand which behaviors and body language signals could indicate your pup is happy and content, as well as signs that something could be wrong. Of course all...
What to Do If Your Dog Has Separation Anxiety
Is your dog disruptive or destructive when left alone? Do they urinate, defecate, bark, howl, chew, dig or try to escape every time you leave the house? Although these problems often indicate that a dog needs training, they can also...
How to Make Nail Trimming a Breeze
Does trimming your pet’s nails feel like a wrestling match? Do you feel like you need to outsource the job to your vet or groomer in order to avoid the trauma? We’ve got good news — nail trims don’t have...
Signs your cat is happy
Anyone who’s ever had a cat will agree: they’re funny creatures. One minute they’re rubbing up against you, the next they’re hiding in the closet. They love to snuggle, but only on their terms. And they seem to want the...
How To Care For A Senior Dog - For Dogs 8+ Years Old
This video will give you some tips about how to care for a senior dog.
How to Trim Your Dog's Nails at Home 🐶 STEP BY STEP WITH TIPS
How to trim your dog's nails at home step-by-step guide.
Why Should I microchip My Pet?
Veterinarian explains the benefits of microchips and how they can help your pets if they ever get lost.
Caring for your cat - keeping indoor cats happy
There are lots of things you can do to keep your indoor cats happy and avoid health and behavior issues.
Which plants are poisonous to pets?
During Easter and springtime gardening, many people will unknowingly expose their pets to hazardous plants.
Safety Tips: Dogs and Cats in Cold Weather
Here are some tips on how to keep your furry companions safe outdoors.
Pet Safety for the Big Game
Every February, countless sports fans gather in front of their televisions, ready for the year’s biggest football game. During this time, when attention is focused on touchdowns, cheers, commercials and snacks, pets can get into all kinds of things they...
Counter Surfing Prevention (For Cats Too!)
You put food on the kitchen counter and turn your back for a few minutes. Moments later, the food has vanished and your pet is standing next to the counter. She looks innocent enough, but she’s licking her lips. Has...
Safe Treats and Dangerous Treats For Your Dog
Not all treats are safe for your dog. In fact, some doggy treats are dangerous.
Bathing 101: Make Bath Time Easier, Faster and Neater
Most dogs would rather skip bath time, but bathing plays an important role in the health of your dog’s coat and skin, helping to keep your dog clean and free of dirt and parasites. And of course, there’s the added...
Tips for Prepping Your Home Before You Rescue a Cat or Dog
Before you head to rescue a cat or dog you need to prep your home.
Road Rules: Keep your Pet Safe on the Road
Road trips are part of life. But what if you're traveling with dogs or cats? Besides packing your pet's favorite chew toys and a favorite blankie for them to cuddle with, what else should you bring? We've compiled this handy...
Vet Advice | Should I Feed My Cat Wet or Dry Food?
Dr. Greenway discusses feeding a dry or wet food to your cat. 
Finding the Right Bowl for Your Pet
There are hundreds of food and water bowls on the market. Stainless steel, plastic, silicone, ceramic, stoneware, bamboo, non-skid, slow-feeding, non-spill, and even automated ones. With so many options out there, how do you know which is best for your...
How to Care For An Elderly Cat
If you have an adult cat at home or even one that's edging into senior citizen territory, there are special considerations that you didn't have to worry about before.
9 Ways to Make Sure Your Home Doesn’t Smell like Cat
If it wasn’t for the cat, no one will know there’s a cat in the house. Everything you need to do to keep your home clean and smelling fresh. Cats — we love them like family, but let’s face it:...
*Quick Tips* On anxiety in dogs and puppies
Does your puppy or dog show signs of separation anxiety and you are not sure what to do?