Christmas means gathering the whole family, so of course we’ll want to include our four legged family members and avoid holiday pet dangers. And while everyone has great advice and opinions about keeping pets safe, we aim to break it down simply by separating facts from fiction… starting with that beautiful poinsettia.
A group of nonprofit and for-profit organizations have joined forces to better protect domestic violence survivors by also protecting their pets. This coalition is urging passage of the Pet and Women Safety (PAWS) Act, a bill that would remove a roadblock and allow these survivors with pets to live healthy, safe lives together.
When considering dogs and cancer, did you know cancer is the number one cause of non-accidental death in dogs? According to experts, it’s a diagnosis one in three dogs will receive in their lifetime.
November is Peanut Butter Lovers’ Month, and we know how much dogs love peanut butter. But, the hair-raising headline that peanut butter can kill your dog has gone viral on the Internet and social media. The good news is that peanut butter is safe to give to your dog – if you read the label.
Fueled by the “joy, whimsy and unrelenting happiness that is so uniquely canine,” these stunning dog photos will make your day.
An increasing number of pet parents regard their pets as “members of the family,” and they’re providing the best nutrition, exercise and veterinary care possible. And the reward is awesome – our senior pets are living longer. This, however, brings challenges and more pronounced age-related health issues.