Ever find that even though your cat has dozens of toys, they’re more interested in playing in the cardboard box they came in? We found out why.
Have you seen a rabbit binky? It's when they run, kick their rear limbs up to the side and tilt their head. Find out why they do it and if it's normal.
You’re sitting on the couch minding your own business, when your cat puts their butt right in your face. Why do cats do this? We get to the bottom (see what we did there?) of this cheeky behavior.
You can’t help but notice that sometimes your dog’s feet smell exactly like corn chips. We talked to a vet to find out why.
Every pet parent needs a minute to themselves sometimes, but it’s hard when you know your cat absolutely hates to see a closed door. What gives?
You love taking pictures of your dog, but you don’t love when their eyes look like they’re glowing in half of the photos. Experts explain why dogs’ eyes look weird in photos and what you can do about it.
Our experts explain the allure of running water and why a cat may turn up their noses at the water in their cat dish in favor of faucet water.
Does your dog spend several minutes digging in their bed before finally settling down to snooze? Find out why dogs dig their beds and if it’s normal.
Does your dog tilt their head when you talk to them? It’s almost as if they understand what you’re saying?
It’s oh-so tempting to pet your cat’s soft, fluffy belly, but some cats downright hate belly rubs. Find out why and what you can do instead to show them some affection.
Have you ever seen cats run around excitedly after using their litter box? The reason why they do it may surprise you.
It could be due to a number of reasons. Here’s how to tell if it’s normal dog behavior or something else.
Why do cats love to knock things over and off of tables, shelves—anything they can get their paws on? Hint: It’s not because they’re jerks.
We’ve all seen videos of dogs chasing their tails, but do you know why they do it?
Cats do not destroy Christmas trees because they’re little Grinches. They just want to play. Find out what you can do to keep the play at bay.
It's perfectly normal for your cat to meow back when you talk to them. Find out what they could be trying to say.
Have you ever caught your dog staring at the wall or staring at nothing? They could be sensing something you can’t.
Whether on top of you or snuggled up next to you, some kitties just love a co-sleeping sesh.