When it comes to our homes' beautiful hardwood floors, most of us are willing to let them take a lot of wear and tear for the sake of our pets.
As the days get longer and your home is being bathed in sunlight, you may start noticing the dirt, fur and dust that has accumulated during the winter months.
There is nothing quite like the heat of summer, and the warm weather gives pet owners and their animals numerous opportunities to enjoy the great outdoors.
We love our pets like family, and often times we may not be aware of the many common items in the home that can pose a potential hazards for pets. It is important to pet proof ...
When making plans in case of an emergency or disaster, don’t forget your furry family members.
If you’re planning a road trip over the Labor Day weekend that will include your cat, you can make it stress free by following the Boy Scouts’ motto to “be prepared”.
Prior preparation will smooth the ride.
If you’ve recently adopted a cat, one of the biggest decisions you’ll have to make for your pet’s well-being is deciding whether or not your cat can go outdoors.
Flying with a pet can be risky business. Whose job is it to look out for the best interest of airline pawsengers?
Spring brings the possibility of more time outside with your pets, but what happens if your cat's favorite pastime is to destroy your favorite flowers?