One of the most common causes of lameness in pets, cranial cruciate ligament disease is on the rise. Grab a “brolly” and protect your furkid early with Happy Tails pet insurance.
We’re all guilty of sneaking human foods to our pooches from time to time, and while we’re aware of food no-nos like chocolates and grapes, nuts can be a little trickier as some are perfectly fine to give as treats but others are not. Read on to find out more.
Ever wonder what your furkid is dreaming about when she makes soft yelps or her limbs twitch while she’s curled up in bed next to you? According to one Harvard psychologist, your best friend could be dreaming about you. Read on to find out more.
Leaving Puss behind is one of the saddest things about going away during the holidays. But you can get the next best thing at these Airbnb homes with the cutest resident cats. Now, you can get your kitty-cuddling fix while exploring the world!
The travel website, TripAdvisor, garnered flak earlier this year for promoting and profiting from inhumane wildlife attractions. Read on to find out more.
Halloween makeup needn't always be shocking or frightful. Achieve this enchanting, wearable Goth look with a pair of smoky plum peepers.
Wish you could "spend" more time with your furkid while at work? The Furbo treat-tossing dog camera is a dream come true.
With Halloween just around the corner, putting Fido in costume is foremost on the minds of many paw-rents. But is it good for your pooch? We ask the experts.
Be the most paw-pular house in the neighbourhood this Halloween with these tasty yet nutritious doggy candies made from just two wholesome ingredients.
It’s always tragic when baby animals lose their parents. Thankfully for Jotto the baby elephant, Pea the ostrich is here to save the day. Read on to find out more.
If you’re an owner to both a cat and dog, you may have noticed that your pooch seems to always sneakily steal some cat food instead of eating his own. Curious to know why? Read on to find out more.
Assistance dogs can come in a variety of breeds and sizes, but they all have the same purpose--to help their needy human partners. Read on to find out more about the different types of assistance dogs and their “specialties”.