Our furry companions need special attention, too—from the tips of their cold, wet noses to the bottom of their dog paws.
Is your cat’s drooling a cause for concern?
While there’s no such thing as the Fountain of Youth, you can take certain steps to help make your dogs and cats feel younger and live longer.
There’s a good reason why they call it a “cat nap.”
How to tell if your favorite feline is living their best life.
Decoding your dog’s whining is an important first step in ensuring your pup is safe and comfortable.
We talked to a certified rehabilitation therapist to get all the vibrational details.
Here’s how to get that funky skunk smell off your dog.
Your cat may be pooping outside the litter box due to health issues.
Arthritis is a common condition in dogs, especially as they age.
It’s gross, we know, but the reality is plenty of dogs eat poop.
Benadryl is an antihistamine that can help your dog with a number of health conditions.
Excessive panting can be a warning sign that something serious is going on.
Step away from the clippers...
Unsure if anxiety meds are right for your stressed-out pup? Read on.
Keep an eye out for these 11 signs and symptoms of dog anxiety.
My hamster sleeps all day. Can I sleep all day, too?
While dogs do sweat, the way dogs sweat is different from humans.