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Fear Free veterinary visits can reduce the fear felt by dogs and cats at the veterinarian’s office helping them live longer and happier lives.
Leash training a cat can be a great way to provide your fur baby with physical activity and mental stimulation. Here’s what you need to know to get started.
So you can rest easy, we spoke to the experts to find out if weighted blankets are safe for dogs and other pets.
You may be familiar with the “winter blues,” but did you know dogs and cats get seasonal depression, too?
Vet Q&A: Dr. Alice Villalobos Answers Your Questions on Pet Euthanasia and End-of-Life Care
Whether on top of you or snuggled up next to you, some kitties just love a co-sleeping sesh.
Should your feline be taking cat vitamins? Here’s how to know if your kitty may benefit from a cat multivitamin.
Relieve some of that stress you and your pup may be carrying with these toys for anxious dogs and their stressed-out humans.
Find out how to stop a cat from biting you once and for all with these tips on managing cat play biting from the experts.
In celebration of National Dog Day, pet parent and houseplant expert Donovan Ho shares self-care ideas for both him and his Alaskan Klee Kai, Christmas.
Taking the cat to the vet is no one’s favorite part of being a pet parent. Here’s how to decompress and lower the stress of a vet visit for both you and your cat.