Your dog’s body language conveys so much information. It’s up to us to learn to read the signals. One of those messages is simply a call to playtime.
Since all canines have a strong heritage of structure and pack order, they naturally possess an ingrained predisposition to “earn” or work.
Many times people tend to overlook senior animals. Unfortunately they tend to focus on age instead of seeing all the benefits that a senior pet has to offer.
A study confirmed what dog lovers have known for quite some time now…our best friends are much smarter than we think!
When you’re ready to add another canine member to your family, first think about stopping by your local animal shelter for a visit.
Cats are so easy to care for on an ongoing basis and they seem so independent that we may, at times, overlook the care that they truly need. Here are some tips.
Choosing to adopt a dog or cat with disabilities is an important decision. It’s important for the welfare of the animal that your emotions do not override common sense.
The felines’ predatory instinct and prey drive, although natural, is generally a learned behavior.
As caregivers, we must limit where and when our dogs pursue prey so as to protect them from the prey and other dangers they may encounter.
The ASPCA states that although the temptation is there to shave your pet in the summer months, it seems to be in their best interest not to, and here’s why.
Many dogs love to swim but there are a number of limits and precautions you should take before and after.
We’re right in the middle of summer, enjoy the season with your companion animals safely.
Our pets feel the heat just as much as we do. Keep them cool and comfortable.
In the next week, there are a couple of pet-friendly events in the area.
The fireworks that fascinate and entertain us on July 4th of each year can truly frighten and unnerve most dogs and cats.