“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.
Whether it’s urgent care grants for life-saving surgeries or safe boarding for pets of domestic abuse victims, Nicole Forsyth knows how to spark joy even in the most dire situations.
How does Harlem Doggie Day Spa owner Brian Taylor bring joy to pets and people? By hitting the road to provide free grooming services for dogs and their parents across the country.
Cats of Instagram started as a simple feline appreciation account, but it’s grown into a worldwide community of cat lovers. Here’s how its content creators are using their success to help cats in need.
Kori Carter is a champion hurdler, a record-breaking racer, a Tokyo 2021 Olympic hopeful—and a devoted pet parent. Find out how her dog Kovu helps her reach her goals.
A dog elected mayor? It may sound odd, but across the globe, plenty of pets have assumed political office. Read on to meet dog mayors, cat candidates and other elected animals.
Do you believe in love at first sight? The moment I saw a photo of a certain shelter cat, I knew he would be my furever pet.
From visiting the elderly to delivering wine, here’s how pets are doing their part during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Meet five of these patriotic pooches and learn all about the remarkable contributions military working dogs have made to their countries.
Chewy turned to some of Instagram’s famous pet parents to find out what they’ve learned from their furry friends during COVID-19 quarantine.
I thought I was a dog person. Then I met Twitch, a gray tabby cat who needed a home.
Whether called war dogs or military working dogs, canines have become an indispensable part of modern warfare.
How do you get your dog to sit still while you clip their nails? Just ask ICU nurse Lindsey Shelton, who came up with a solution that’s going viral.
Fresh off a breakup, a foster dog taught me how to love in a way I never had before—after hilariously destroying a photo of my ex!
Alexandra Finch, an ICU nurse, found that her PPE was getting in the way of bonding with her COVID-19 patients. Her solution? Wearing a photo of her dog.