A Guide to Taking Care of an Emotional Support Animal

An emotional support animal is a pet that aids you in your time of need. They can be an enormous source of comfort when you are feeling down or having trouble dealing with life. At the same time, it is essential to remember that care is a two-way street.  read more

Why Do Dogs Get Zoomies?

Have you ever seen your dog running around at full gallop indoors and outdoors? It’s funny when that happens, but sometimes it can’t be helped but to feel your heartbeat speeds up for a moment because of worry. What’s happening to him? Is a swarm of bee after him? Has he gone completely crazy?  read more

How Do You Stop Your Pet from Chewing & Destroying Stuff

Dogs are quite famous for chewing away at their owner’s pretty paper-back novel, or if left unattended to, an important document.

The mere thought of this has your irking because your dog doesn’t lack wonderful toys to play with, and if so pleases, to chew on. If you are already noting these destructive tendencies in your dog, now’s the time to handle it- before it gets completely out of hand. read more

Tips On Fire Safety for Pets

We love our pets and would like to give them a good home, a good life, and keep them safe from harm. We buy them the best food, take care of them, and try to give them the best pet care we can provide. However, sometimes there are natural disasters such as floods, earthquakes, or house fires that can put our beloved pets in mortal danger. When these things happen, we often panic and wonder what we can possibly do to protect our furry friends. read more

Cleaning Your Dog’s Ears: You Must Read These 7 Tips

How to clean your dog’s ears without hurting him? This is the question dog owners often ask themselves when dog bathing time comes. The trouble is that dogs’ ears are very sensitive, so you need to be extra careful when cleaning them. One wrong move, and you can harm your pup. read more

Black dog on grass gnawing at large blue and orange tennis ball

What To Do If Your Dog Bites Someone

Deep down, you’ve always feared this day would come. You have an amazing and loving dog who happens to be a little overprotective. And finally, it happened. Your dog bit someone. 

The laws vary from place to place, but you know what could happen in the worst-case scenario. You could lose your beloved pup.  read more

Eye Care For Dogs And Cats

Taking care of a pet requires plenty of things: paying attention to their exercise needs, social needs, nutritional requirements, brushing and grooming requirements, and so on. However, just like you wash your face early in the morning, pets need a way to clean themselves too. Sometimes they can take care of it alone (especially cats and some dogs that love keeping themselves clean such as Basenjis, but sometimes they might need our hand.  read more

Home Maintenance Tips for Keeping Dog Hair Under Control

Keeping pet fur off your furniture can sometimes feel like a never-ending battle in the home. So, protecting the interests of your four-legged friend, while also preserving the cleanliness of your living space can often feel like a substantial challenge. read more

Science-Based Dog Food: VetriScience

The pet food industry is in a period of change that has been happening over the last twenty years. The foods available for our pets is evolving based on what people want and what science is discovering.

We live in an age where information is right at the touch of a few keys on a laptop; consumers are highly educated and demand products that meet their criteria. That said, we are also evolving in how we think of our pets. read more

Training Tips for Hyper Dogs

Is your dog running around with the tail up and tong out? Does it make you happy or disturbs you? If you believe that hyperactivity is a warning sign, you are correct. It is crucial to learn how to train a hyper dog for every responsible dog owner.

The first signs of hyper dog can be the evidence of ADHD, which is Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. High energy pats need constant learning, but the first thing that we need to do is to make them receptive to learning. Before getting scared, you should realize that dogs with extra activity are the smartest and the healthiest. They will learn anything with the proper approach and positive attitude. Man’s best friends need a lot of interaction and communication with its owner. Behavior issues require structured exercises that involve mind and body training. read more