Why Do Dogs Eat Poop?
Dogs are full of strange, quirky behaviors… and let’s be honest, not all of them are endearing. Drinking out of the toilet, digging through the trash, and scooting on their butts are certainly not ideal, but few—if any—habits are more disgusting than eating poop. Poop-eating behavior (scientifically known as coprophagia)...Read more
How to Throw Your Dog the Best Birthday Party
Dogs are pretty much always ready to party. If your dog’s birthday is coming up, why not use it as an excuse to go all-out with treats, games, and gathering furry friends for a fun time? Even if you don’t know your dog’s exact birthday, you can still celebrate his...Read more
How to Help Your Cat Beat Boredom
Cats are known for their independence and low-key lifestyle, making them relatively low-maintenance pets (especially when compared to their canine counterparts). With all of that time napping and lying around the house, how bored can a cat really get? The fact is that cats can and do get bored. After...Read more
How to Help a Scaredy Cat Come Out of Her Shell
When the doorbell rings, your dog may rush toward the door with a wagging tail, excited to greet whoever is on the other side. Your cat, on the other hand, is more likely to run in the opposite direction and hide under the bed. Cats are typically introverts by nature....Read more
Our Top 10 Dog Training Tips
Training your dog is absolutely necessary when it comes to establishing a sense of communication and control between you and your canine. If you invest enough time and energy into dog training early on, your daily life is bound to go more smoothly in the long run. While dog training...Read more
Why Do Dogs Eat Grass?
A common assumption among pet owners is that dogs eat grass to soothe an upset stomach—if you’ve ever seen your dog eat grass and then vomit shortly afterward, you understand where this assumption came from. However, it’s not entirely clear why dogs eat grass. It may be an instinct, a...Read more
Common Senior Dog Health Issues
November is Adopt a Senior Pet Month, a time to help our elderly furry friends find their forever homes. If you’re planning to adopt a dog, it’s certainly worth considering a perfectly adoptable senior pooch with plenty of love to give. As with humans, aging is inevitable. Dogs are typically...Read more
Cat Travel Tips for the Holiday Season
As we approach the holiday season, many of us have travel plans to gather with loved ones—and for pet owners, those loved ones can include four-legged family members. Some cats don’t travel well; they are much more comfortable staying home in a familiar environment. Fortunately, cats are relatively self-sufficient, so...Read more
Dog Body Language: What Is Your Pet Trying to Tell You?
Even though he can’t speak “human,” your dog is constantly using his posture, facial expressions, and body language to communicate with you. However, dog body language comes with a lot of nuance. For example, a wagging tail could either be a sign of happiness or a sign of aggression; a...Read more
Travel Tips for Your Next Pet-Friendly Vacation
Every so often, we all need some change of scenery and a break from our day-to-day routines… but what about our pets? If you’re a pet owner who spends your vacations looking longingly at photos of your furry friend back home, it may be time to consider bringing him along...Read more