In this week’s Angie’s List report are some things you should think about before deciding where to board your pet.
If you lose a dog and someone finds him, who gets to keep the dog will generally be based on the effort you took to try to get him back.
Choosing the right veterinarian is extremely important. Don’t be afraid to ask a lot of questions – and trust your gut.
Under the law, you can’t leave money directly to your pets. Instead, 39 states allow you to set up a pet trust.
Many people have turned to acupuncture as an alternate method to deal with many physical ailments but it can be used for the well-being of dogs and cats as well.
If your cat has spent a lot of time outdoors, is it possible to transition him/her to an indoor life?
According to the Pet Health Council, a study of children, 3-18 years of age, revealed that those raised with companion animals have overall better life coping skills than those who don’t live with a pet.
Dr, Deborah Mandell says the biggest problem she sees coming into the emergency room is pets — mostly dogs — who have eaten chocolate.
Before introducing a younger dog to a senior dog in a household, there are certain things to keep in mind.
If you’re faced with the decision of how and where to safely board your pet, there are some things you need to know.
Choosing the right veterinarian is extremely important for both you and your pet. Ask a lot of questions.
When your four-legged friend is in trouble, the Pet First Aid app is meant to find answers to tricky pet questions at a glance.
When making New Year’s resolutions, don’t forget your pets!
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