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Here are some recent articles:

Posted June 30, 2016 by Ron Callari

Leaving a smaller carbon footprint should not only be the sole goal of
us humans. That outreach should be extended to our pets as well. Your
four-legged pals should be entitled to the same clean environment as
their owners. Today there are products and services that are
biodegradable, recyclable, non-toxic, locally-made and organic.

Posted June 28, 2016 by Rebecca West

Do you have enough shade in your backyard? Doghouses, while great for keeping out rain and cold, can heat up quickly in summer. Check out these amazing dog lanais that are portable and affordable for keeping your dog cool and shaded this summer.

Posted June 27, 2016 by Lady Bug

While we all want the best for our cats, it's not always easy to afford taking care of them. It costs roughly $500 to $1000 yearly to
take care of a cat , and it costs much more than that if your cat has
health issues that require medical care.  If you want to find ways to
keep cat care costs to  a minimum while still taking great care of your
cat, here are some clever ways to save money as a cat owner.

Posted June 25, 2016 by Rebecca West

What's a catio? It's a cat patio, of course. Not everyone is comfortable with allowing their cats and other small pets outdoors. Mobile pet enclosures are a great solution for the dilemma of keeping your pets in. Find out about all the choices you have in catios when it comes to portable units.

Posted June 21, 2016 by Rebecca West

Have you ever thought your dog could compete in canine athletic events where they run, jump and dive? The competitions aren't just for herding dogs and breeds in the working class. Small dogs take part in them, too. Find out just how easy it is to get involved and where to get started. (VIDEO)

Posted June 10, 2016 by Rebecca West

Do you know what the average body temperature of a bird is? Would you recognize the symptoms of heatstroke in them if the condition occurred? Get some tips right here on how to reduce the likelihood it will happen to your pet and find out what to look for now.

Posted June 8, 2016 by Rebecca West

Short of shopping for all the ingredients and preparing a week's worth of nutritional human-grade pet food at a time, how do you ensure your pet's getting the best food you can buy? The Honest Kitchen and other natural pet food suppliers have the answers with healthy, whole foods free of fillers.

Posted June 8, 2016 by Lady Bug

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.