All Natural Dog Treats

As most of us would like to think that the food that we give to our best furry best friends are all good and created equal. However, with the wide array of options, that all say they are the “best dog food on the market.” In this article, we will explain the best healthy, affordable, and appealing to your pet. This post was created by Finn Mclaren who is an avid pet and tech lover, and also runs his own site “Gaming Geek Innovation” where he and his team talk all-new lastest gaming and tech” read more

Breed Based Food: Royal Canin Nutrition

Every dog is special and has unique qualities and personalities. But when it comes to dog breeds, the dogs from the same breed share the same looks and needs. Therefore, companies like Royal Canin were able to create dog food for each breed that will meet every breed’s needs. read more

How to Choose the Best Vacuum Cleaner to Suck-up Stubborn Pet Hair

Wiggling tails every time you come home and relaxing afternoons with your cat purring on your lap – living with a pet is a wonderful experience. Still, when it comes to cleaning up after them, especially if they shed a lot of hair, things don’t seem so perfect anymore. read more

3 Types of Cat’s Cancer

Can cats get cancer? Most cat owners get astonished when their veterinarian tells them that their cats have cancer. The truth is cancer is not very common in cats as compared to dogs. But that doesn’t mean cats cannot get cancer.

A study conducted by the Animal Cancer Foundation revealed that out of every 5 cats, one will develop cancer before death. As a cat owner, you’ve probably noticed how difficult it is to detect illnesses. read more

Improving Your Dog’s Mobility with Soft Chews

Aging is a natural process that no creature on Earth is immune to, your dog included. On average, dogs live between 10 and 15 years; but health problems that come with aging may affect them sooner than expected. Depending on their nutrition, level of exercise, and breed; certain dogs can develop issues with their hips and legs sooner than expected. read more

The Importance of Pet Insurance For Your Pets

When you bring a pet into your home, there are many decisions to make. You want to make sure that your pets have the proper food, a nice place to sleep and plenty of toys.

To keep your pets in the best possible health, you make sure they get their daily exercise and take them every year for their annual vet check-ups. read more

Turtle Care 101: A Complete Guide To Nurture Your Turtle

Turtles are always exciting to watch due to their fascinating colors and beautiful markings. Without a doubt, they are one of the most engaging pets. They have appealing personalities and are known for their endless hunger for the food and recognizing their owners. read more

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The Importance of Microchipping Your Pet

The moment a furbaby is adopted, it is highly recommended to have them ‘microchipped’ before they leave the shelter. A typical question many pet owners would often ask after this recommendation – what is microchipping and what are the benefits?

What Is Microchipping?

Microchipping is the process whereby a small chip; the size of a grain of rice, is embedded on your furbaby’s skin with a syringe. It will feel like a vaccine shot, and your pet will feel slight pain and discomfort for a short time. The chip will have all the important data as your contact information, the medical condition, and history of your pet. read more

Using Flea and Tick Products Together for Dogs

If you start searching for the best flea and tick products for dogs, you’ll easily find a list. Most products of this type affect both ticks and fleas. The Seresto Flea & Tick Collar is an example of that. In fact, that’s the most effective type of product you can use since it affects two issues at the same time. It’s easy to use, and it’s about prevention instead of treatment. read more

Should You Sleep With Your Pet? Health Risks & Benefits

It is a fact that many families own pets, and sleeping with them is really not unusual in most countries. Interestingly, a survey carried out by the American Pet Products Association recently showed that 62% of small dogs, 41% of medium-sized dogs, and 32% of large dogs sleep in their owner’s bed. More so, the survey showed that 62% of cats sleep with their adult owners, while 13% sleep with the children. read more