Posted September 19, 2017 by Lady Bee

I do more than half of my pet shopping at Amazon.  The site carries so much variety in almost all the things my pets need. If there's something I'm not sure about, I depend on the reviews of other pet owners to steer me in the right direction.  So, I did some searching on Amazon to find the highest ratings in 10 popular 'cat'egories to share with you. Here are what Amazon customers think are some of the best products for your cats.

Posted September 5, 2017 by Lady Bee

Whether your dog is a couch potato or a bruiser, a pup or a senior, dog games and puzzles help to keep boredom at bay and mental alertness at peak.

Posted August 10, 2017 by Rebecca West

In some parts of the country school is getting ready to begin, while in others it's already in session. Dogs can have a difficult time adjusting to this sudden departure of playmates. Follow these tips for an easier transition and avoid separation anxiety.

Posted July 29, 2017 by Rebecca West

Got a kitty who doesn't like to play with toys? Maybe you're giving them the wrong toys or you're not playing with them right. Find out what you're doing wrong.

Posted June 29, 2017 by Lady Bee

Pets, like people, can suffer from cognitive dysfunction as they age, and their symptoms can be very similar to those of humans with Alzheimer's disease.  But there are ways to prevent or delay it....

Posted June 26, 2017 by Lady Bee

I know this is a popular toy because so many companies are selling it and imprinting their company names on it.  This one is made by Playay which calls its ball Tooth Cleaning - Play & IQ Ball - not exactly the sexiest name, but it's descriptive.  If you have a small to medium-size dog, you will know just by looking at the ball that it does what it says it does. 

Posted June 20, 2017 by Rebecca West

A woman in California mistook a baby rattler for her dog's rope toy. What happened next was pretty darn funny, and fortunately it was all caught on tape. (VIDEO)

Posted June 10, 2017 by Rebecca West

Separated from her human for too long, a rescue dog started to fall into a deep, dark depression until she saw his face again — on a stuffed toy assembled by a crafty pet sitter.