Microchipping a pet can make the difference between finding or losing your dog or cat forever. If animal control finds your lost dog or he turns up at a rescue shelter or a local veterinarian, they can easily scan your dog’s tracking chip to get contact details to reunite you with your dog…
Bringing a dog into your family should be a thoughtful decision. Our experts bring you various how-to guides to make the transition from adoption seamless so you can welcome your new furry family member to your household.
If a disaster or pandemic strikes, you need to worry about your pets in addition to yourself. Remember that if it’s dangerous for you, there are also hazards for your pet. So if you are evacuating (or quarantined at) your home, be sure to plan for your furry, scaly or other textured pets also. Pet disaster preparedness can save your best friend’s life…
Need to talk to a vet or trainer after business hours? Are you searching for pet sitters or pet-friendly hotels for your next vacation? There are apps for that — and much more! Smartphone apps aren’t just for humans. There are dozens of dog and pet apps out there to help you manage your responsibilities as a devoted dog parent.
Most people want to have a lush lawn that knocks our neighbors away. But did you know that many lawn fertilizers are harmful and even deadly for your pets? If you have dogs who go outside often, you need to make sure you keep them safe from all the toxic chemicals in most lawn care products. Fortunately, you have some pet-friendly lawn fertilizers that can help you achieve your grass goals. Surprisingly, there aren’t many pet-safe lawn products on the market, so we’ve done our research to help you find your best options.
Let’s face it. Dogs’ paws get dirty and not just when it rains or after being dragged through the mud. Everyday walks on the sidewalk and playing in the yard can cause your dog’s paws to collect germs in her pads and paw fur. Over time, the buildup can lead to more serious health problems like yeast infections. But what’s the best way to clean dog paws, so you don’t have to bathe your dog after every potty break? The best paw cleaner for dogs can help keep your dog’s paws fresh so you can have guilt-free snuggles in bed and not have to worry about ruining your rugs.
Dogs can benefit from a water fountain as much as humans can. Not only do they provide a steady stream of fresh, filtered water, but it’s also a convenient way to make sure you’re not having to constantly fill up their empty water bowl. Pet drinking fountains come in a variety of options depending on your pet’s needs and your preferences. We’ll take a dip into the best dog fountains on the market and our top picks for each category, from the best outdoor dog fountains to automatic pet water dispensers and more.
Are you in search of a walker? Whether you’re at the office all day or face frequent delays getting home, finding a reliable dog-walker can be a chore. How can I find dog walkers near me? That’s where the best dog walking apps come in super handy. You can easily connect with many walkers that live near you and are eager for your business. Learn more in our dog walker app review.
Over 46 million adults in the United States are currently living with a mental health condition. As these adults navigate their professional lives, there are times when many will need to request mental health accommodations at work. Reasonable accommodations are made by an employer when a disability (like a mental health condition) infringes on an employee’s ability to perform their job to their fullest potential.
The Petcube cameras have a lot to offer pet owners who want to keep an eye on their furry friends. With several Petcube cameras to choose from, you can buy a camera to meet your specific needs. If you want to make sure you can see your pup, play with him, or give him treats from a distance, Petcube has you covered. Our experts review the pros and cons, different models, app, and more to help see if Petcube is the pet cam for you.
Working from home requires a computer, a reliable internet connection, and any other tools of the trade that you might need. Peace and quiet are also essential for remote workers. If you have a dog, this may not be easy to achieve. You may be frustrated when your dog barks during an important call or begs for a walk when you are in the middle of essential calculations, and you wouldn’t be alone. Nearly 39% of all households in the U.S. have at least one dog, adding up to more than 48 million homes with a canine. How can all these at-home working professionals keep their pets from interrupting their productivity?
With a little bit of planning, you can create a backyard habitat that’s perfect for both your pets and local wildlife. Though deer, rabbits, and other larger wildlife may be less likely to mix with your pet, there are plenty of other animals that will gladly take advantage of the backyard amenities you create for …