Canine Cancer: Symptoms and Preventive Measures

Canine cancer is the leading cause of death in dogs over the age of ten—but half of these cancers can be cured if caught early. Read on to find out about symptoms and preventive measures for your furkid.

Protecting indoor plants from your feline

Furkids and potted plants may not seem like a great combination, but with this ingenious idea, you can have the best of both worlds.

Do dogs actually watch television?

Just like humans, our furkids watch and react to the television based on their personalities. Read more to find out why.

Reverse sneezing in dogs: Common causes and treatments

If you’ve noticed Fido gasping inward heavily instead of outward in a sneeze, it could actually be a reverse sneeze. Find out what a reverse sneeze is and how you can help your furkid out.

Helping your dog to poop or pee

If your furkid is acting out and not relieving himself during his daily walks, don’t panic! Here’s our list of simple tips that may help Fido go potty.

Superstitions about white cats

You’ve probably heard of crazy superstitions about black cats, but what about white ones? Just like black felines, white cats have certain legends, symbolisms and superstitions revolving around them. Read on to find out more!

Is there a difference between dog fur and dog hair?

The terms “dog fur” and “dog hair” is often used interchangeably, but while these two are very much alike, they are not exactly the same. Read on to find out their differences.

Reasons why turmeric is good for your dog

Studies have shown that the use of turmeric can result in numerous health and nutritional benefits. Pet owners will be glad to know that this natural herb is safe for dogs and can work wonders for them as well. Read on to find out more.

10 things pet owners can relate to

If you’re a pet parent to a dog or cat, you’ll definitely be able to relate to these 10 things!

Cat snoring: Normal or not?

Cats are well known for being able to sleep for long hours on end, but why is it such a surprise when they start to snore? If you’re unsure if your feline’s snoring is just an unusual sleep habit or actually a symptom of an underlying health problem, here are some guidelines to help you out.