Posted August 17, 2017 by Rebecca West

Most cats aren't exactly the perfect travel companion. For some ideas on how to improve the experience, read these simple tips for traveling with cats — you and your pet will be glad you did.

Posted August 14, 2017 by Rebecca West

So many seemingly innocuous plants are actually harmful to animals. Here's a list of 10 houseplants that you can safely bring into a home shared with pets.

Posted August 13, 2017 by Ron Callari

Earlier this month, I published a blog titled, “Name That Species? Yes, There’s An App For That Too!” With a new app launched by iNaturalist, users can now identify flora and fauna, while you are getting up close and personal with your smartphone camera.

Posted August 11, 2017 by Ron Callari

In 2015, the American Animal Hospital Association [AAHA] and the American Veterinary Medical Association [AVMA] established the first ’Check the Chip Day’ to ensure more happy endings for lost or stolen pets. The importance of “checking microchips” is for pet owners to make sure the data on their cats’ and dogs’ chips are up to date.

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 August 9, 2017 by Myra Per-Lee

Do you know what kind of books your dog would like?  Cesar Millan, aka "The Dog Whisperer," teaches you how to pick your dog's favorite audiobooks!

Posted August 8, 2017 by Rebecca West

A military veteran in Pennsylvania has taken to the skies to help shelter animals in desperate need of adoptions. Read how his selfless acts of love have saved more than 700 animals in just two years.

Posted August 4, 2017 by Ron Callari

Pet owners throughout the U.S. love their dogs. They treat them like another member of the family, and are concerned for their well-being, particularly when they’re away from home. While sending their dog to a kennel or calling in favors with friends and family members to pet-sit or dog-walk is an option, it’s often a last resort.