Have you ever caught your dog staring at the wall or staring at nothing? They could be sensing something you can’t.
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Whether on top of you or snuggled up next to you, some kitties just love a co-sleeping sesh.
Ever wonder why your dog likes to roll in the grass so much? They might actually be programmed to do it.
As if you really needed a reason to stay in bed and cuddle with your cat or doggo, there are some serious benefits of having a pet.
Does your dog insist on being your bathroom buddy? Find out why dogs follow you into the bathroom. Hint: It’s not them returning the favor for us watching them do their business.
From blep to absolute unit, we’re breaking down the latest and greatest dog slang, cat lingo, and other words to describe pets.
Before getting a kitten, you need to make sure you’re ready to care for one for the rest of their life.
Not only do pets make great companions, but they can make you more social, too—even while social distancing. Here are 6 ways pet parents can stay connected.
Are you an ultra-cool and hip cat mom or cat dad? Or maybe you are an adventurer cat parent who takes kitty wherever you go? Our flowchart will help you pinpoint just what type of cat parent you are.
Calling all dog dads and dog moms. Have you ever wondered what type of dog parent you are? Take this flowchart quiz to find out!
Stress, anxiety, depression—we’ve been there. But hey, at least you have a powerful mood-booster curled up at the foot of your bed. Here’s how dogs and other pets benefit your mental health.
As you focus on the things that matter most, here are tips and tricks for how to make the time spent with your pets even more valuable and keep them happy, healthy, and hopefully, entertained.