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
With warmer weather on the horizon, now is the perfect time to ensure your fur family is ready to enjoy romps in the great outdoors! Here’s a list of quick ways to prepare your four-legged friend for spring! Schedule an Annual Health Exam If you haven’t done so already, an
Keep your four-legged friend safe with these cold weather pet safety tips. With teeth-chattering temperatures blanketing most of the country, it’s more important than ever to take steps to keep your fur family toasty and warm during frosty weather. Here are cold weather pet safety tips to ensure your pets remain safe and cozy! 1.
Looking for an easy way to keep community or barn cats warm and cozy during winter weather? With this easy-to-build design, you can craft the perfect outdoor cat house without power tools or expensive materials. In fact, you can construct this cat condo with just a few around-the-house items. Watch our quick video
Every cat parent's dilemma, right? Picture this. You’re sitting down on the couch with dinner in hand, totally engulfed in this new show you’re binging, when you hear the sound all cat parents dread—that one awful sound—claws…to the couch. All you can picture in that moment are the threads of your nice
Pet adoptions haven't slowed down as much as you might expect with COVID-19 afoot. In fact, between social distancing and working from home, many families are making this the opportune time to bring home their new best friend. Especially when the coronavirus creates a greater need for getting pets out of the shelter.