Many people know that brushing their teeth is important for their long term oral and overall health. The same holds true for our canine companions as well.
When you walk into the pet store or browse online, and take a look at the multitudes of brands of dog food- it can be very overwhelming trying to choose one that is best for our pets.
While it’s not rare, vomiting shouldn’t be a regular occurrence in cats. If anything, cat vomiting may be an early sign of something serious, so you shouldn’t overlook it. Here’s some helpful information about the types, causes and possible treatments for cat vomiting.
How old is your dog?
The old adage is that, for every one human year, a dog ages seven years. So, is this true?
Does your cat ever “make biscuits”? Or “knead dough?”
These terms commonly refer to the ritual of cat kneading. This is when your cat rhythmically presses their paws back-and-forth against a soft surface like your lap, a couch cushion, or a blanket laying on the floor.
You’ve probably heard the rumor that cats can see in the dark, but is it really true?
Digging is a natural behavior in dogs, but it’s not always a favorite behavior of their human parents. You surely know this if you’ve ever stumbled into one of your dog’s lawn craters or seen Fido tunneling his way under the fence.
It’s not uncommon for a pet to hide in a hard-to-find location when they’re ill.
Although your cat may typically adopt an elegant, refined demeanor and posture, they may also occasionally surprise you and do something quite out of the ordinary — such as rolling over and shimmying on their back when they see you.
Most dog owners love a good hug or lick from their furry friends. As much as we love our dogs, their breath can often get in the way of our bonding.
All animals have different lifespans. Yet it seems especially cruel that dogs, a species so close to humans in so many ways, have such short ones.
Like it or not, cats love to scratch. They do it for two main reasons: