The 4th of July is on its way, and with it fireworks. Fireworks are a joyous occasion for all the people involved, but often a frightening one for the animals. If fireworks make your dog panic, read on to learn some tips and suggestions for making this Fourth of July easier for your dog.

George is definitely one curious little monkey and this time he gets to learn about Ramadan, the Islamic holy month. Your little monkey can also learn about this important religious holiday for Muslims by reading It's Ramadan, Curious George.

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.

Protecting your pet against  the elements of Mother Nature is always important, but keeping your pet cool and safe during the warmer months of the year requires special consideration. Read on for 12 helpful tips and how tos for keeping your pets safe in the summer.

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.

While all the basic commands are important, out of sit, stay, lie down, and come here, come is probably the most important. Without the ability to control your dog, he or she could be injured or
killed or they might hurt somebody, resulting in your being sued. Find out how easy it is to teach your dog to obey the command "Come."

Do you know how many times a day to feed your hamster or what their favorite foods are? How about foods that are considered toxic and therefore lethal to them? Find out here what to feed them and how much to give each day/week in order to keep them healthy and living longer.

Have you ever worried whether or not your pet needs urgent care but
you’re wondering if you’re over reacting and don’t want to appear
foolish at the vet’s? If you have, you’re not alone. Now, there's an app from PetMD called askPETMD that you can download on your smart device to help you make informed decisions regarding your pets. Find out here what it includes and where to get it.