Friends of the Burlington County Animal Shelter presents the Raining Cats & Dogs Pet Fest this Saturday, April 26 at the Burlington County Animal Shelter
Dogs certainly do have plenty of personality and, like humans, they experience a great deal of emotions like love, grief, fear, sadness, loneliness, pain, excitement, and joy.
Springtime can mean allergy season for many pets. They can be allergic to anything from food, pollen, dust, mold, exposure to chemicals or fleas.
Feeding your dog at the table, even on occasion, is positively rewarding negative behavior. Don’t do it.
A crate can be a safe, comfortable place for your dog to retreat but it should never be used as a punishment.
By Nan Talleno PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – If you live with a small dog, you’ve probably witnessed an episode or two of a respiratory event known as reverse sneezing. It happens primarily in small dogs due [...]
Canine Hip Dysplasia is an inherited genetic ailment that is the result of an improper formation of the hip joint, causing deterioration and pain.
Massage therapy is not just for people. It’s a great way to keep your companion animals healthy and well-balanced as well.
Adopting a dog is truly gaining a new loving family member – in your heart and your home. This requires dedication, responsibility and commitment.
If you’re thinking of adopting a new companion animal but tend to be on the go, you may want to think about a cat instead of a dog.
When deciding on a name for your dog or cat, pick one that means something special to you so you can start to create a special positive bond right away.
Canine ear problems are not uncommon. There can be various reasons why these problems occur including allergies, foreign material, ear mites or possibly infection.
Dogs and cats have long shared our homes with us, living side by side, despite their ancestral differences.
There is a new non-surgical breakthrough in veterinary medicine that has just recently emerged as an alternative to a surgical procedure when neutering male dogs.
The proper rate of ingestion is so important for your dog’s overall well-being. Eating slower greatly helps to improve digestion and nutrient absorption.