Our boxes of fun can be their nightmare! Though July 4th is a fun-packed celebration for humans, it can also be a stressful time for your four-legged family! In addition to the pet anxiety that can stem from hosting friends and family – or venturing out to celebrate away from home — fireworks
“One of the hallmarks of responsible dog ownership is keeping pets safe and planning for unexpected emergencies, including house fires,” said American Kennel Club (AKC) spokesperson Lisa Peterson. Fires are one of the most common and devastating events that can occur in your home. As you formulate a plan to prevent and
Ready for a romp at the dog park? Dogs relish in a good romping at the dog park. In fact, a dog park is a great way to provide exercise, maintain socialization, and make new friends (both pup and hooman)! However, they can also pose a risk to your pup’s health and safety.
Nothing says summer like tail-wagging fun with your furry best friend! Whether your dog is a brand-new addition to the family or a long-standing member of your pack, warm weather is the best time to enjoy some outside entertainment with your pup! To help you kick-off summertime excitement, we’ve compiled this list of
Whether you've recently adopted a new kitten or adult cat, litter box issues can be frustrating for both you and your feline friend. But they don't have to be! Here are some helpful steps on how to litter box train your new cat or kitten. 1. Location, Location, Location Training
Few things are as scary as a missing pet. To guard against the panic of an escaped furry friend, millions of pet parents are chipping their four-legged companions. Here’s a quick look at the 5 reasons you should join the growing number of owners relying on microchips to increase the odds of their
There’s no denying how much your pet means to you and your family. That’s why pet parents all over the U.S. are turning to pet insurance to keep their pets healthy and ensure they never have to choose between the care they can afford and the comprehensive care their pet needs.
Ticks for kicks? No thanks! With the return of the tail-wagging fun of spring and summer also comes the return of tick season — and the threats it poses to your pup’s health. Fortunately, tick preventives reduce the threat, but it’s still important to check your dog for any latched ticks after any
Is your pup ready to become a potty-trained graduate? If you thought potty training humans was challenging, you may be in for a ruff surprise with a new pup! But don’t be discouraged—in fact, please be patient—because with the right steps (and a four-legged friend that's eager to please), you’ll soon have a
Ready to get in the exercise groove with your new pup? If you just brought home your puppy, you've likely already noticed their enthusiasm for play. Though they may seem full of boundless energy, it's important to know how much playtime is right for your pup! Use this quick breakdown of puppy play guidelines