So you want to add a large-breed dog to your small home? Follow these tips from interior designer Shavonda Gardner, a dog mom to a Great Dane who cut her living space in half.
Want to support women-owned businesses? Start with your pet products. Read on to meet three inspiring women business leaders working to give your pet their best life.
Meet Ariel Parrow, aka the Chaotic Aquatic, the artist behind the giant new street art mural in Seattle depicting the pets of Chewy customers.
When Marine Corps veteran Paul Coppola struggled with PTSD after returning from Afghanistan, his service dog, Dobby, helped him overcome his anxiety.
Led by Maria Ducasse, East New York Dog Lovers offers dog fostering, financial assistance and more to pet parents in need.
For elite dog trainer Chrissy Joy, training is all about the bond between pets and people. Learn her top dog training tips.
Hiking with your dog? Dog mom and outdoor enthusiast Whitney Brofos has got you covered.
Meet animal photographers Adam and Mary Goldberg, who spend their weekends snapping portraits at the Humane Society Tampa Bay to help pets find forever homes.
“The Happiness Project” author Gretchen Rubin explains how her dog brings her joy, and offers tips for pet parents who want to live their own best lives.
For Christiana Coop, hygge isn’t just the name of her home décor company—it’s a lifestyle inspired, in part, by her rescue dog Otis.
As one of the leaders behind gifts like pet portraits, flowers and even hand-painted guitars, Nicole Collado-Lopez and the Chewy customer service team bring joy to pet parents year round.
At Chewy, Mengran Zhou works to make sure customers’ orders are delivered on time and in perfect condition. Here’s how she and her team stepped up their game during the pandemic.