Are you planning a road trip with your pets? If so, are
you prepared to do all you can to insure their comfort and protect them? Read
on for some helpful tips, innovative hacks and available products to aid you in providing a safe journey
for both you and your beloved animals.

If you're gone all day and worried about your dogs getting bored or into mischief, then a robotic dog toy like the GoBone might be the answer. Find out who makes them and where you can get them right here. (VIDEO)

Interactive toys or what are sometimes called science toys are a great way to maintain your dog’s mental and physical health. Consider getting an automated ball launcher like the one Buddy the rescue dog plays with. (VIDEO)

Check out these tips for keeping your dog free of boredom and out of trouble. All of them are easily implemented, if you're willing to put in the effort. With a little team work between you and your canine, you can help him or her beat their boredom and improve their behavior in no time.

Is your house cat bored or depressed? Would you recognize it if it was? If your cat is disinterested or lackadaisical beyond the norm even for a cat, then it may be time to introduce some stimulation into their life. Check out these tips for engaging your feline right here.

Instructables is like the Holy Grail for any DIY's you may be looking
for (and even projects you never even knew you needed in your life). You
can type in any topic on the search bar and find dozens of projects and
how-to's on the matter. Petslady was feline like getting into something
a little catty so we dug through Instructables to find you the best of
the best as far as cat DIY's go.

Does your dog have the jaws of a teething shark and the ferocity of a hungry crocodile? So does Jessie, my co-reviewing golden retriever, so I’m always on the lookout for toys she can’t shred within one minute or less, so here’s a shopping guide for big and strong puppy owners:

We all had our favorite stuffed animal when we were young.  Mine was a little stuffed lamb.  In the case of this parrot: a little bunny.