No doubt your dog or cat has a lot to be thankful for this Thanksgiving just as you do. So why not give them a little more to be thankful for with their own Thanksgiving turkey dinner? They'll . . . um . . . thank you for it!
Worried about your dog's paws? Freezing cold and harsh winter elements can injure your canine's feet. So what can be done to protect their pads during walks and playtime in cold weather? Here are 10 tips to protect your dog from freezing paws this winter.
The Mets might have lost the first game of the 2015 World Series by one run on October 27 — but it certainly wasn’t
due to lack of support from its fans . . . namely those of the canine
variety. Rescue and shelter dogs, along with pet owners were
appropriately dressed in New York Mets garb to parade ceremoniously in
Manhattan. This was a celebration to kick-off the start of the World
Series . . .
People aren't the only ones that turn into projectiles in a wreck, and it doesn't have to be a
wreck in order for your pet to be injured. They can also be hurt during
sudden stops. See which pet seat belt received a 5 star rating from CPS right here.
We like to look into new products and their creators, and I've just learned that the inventor of Shed Be Gone,
a new deshedding tool for dogs and cats, is a truck driver who had an
idea for a tool to keep his dog's fur from getting all over his house
and, no doubt, his clothes and his truck cab. Shed Be Gone recently hit
the market and customers love it. Why not? If used as directed, it
promises to reduce shedding by 90 percent!
The bad news: While the ‘Pets on Trains Act of 2015’ was introduced on February 3, 2015 by Republican Representative Jeff Denham,
this bill has still not become law. If passed, it would allow
passengers to transport domesticated cats or dogs on certain
trains in the U.S..