Locked down due to social distancing or quarantine? Look on the bright side: your dogs and cats are probably happy to have you home 24/7! Staying at home may start to get somewhat dull however, and some cabin fever might affect your furry friend. Social meetings, puppy classes and parks are closing, so exercise can
Celebrate these 5 fun facts about pets that every pet owner can relate to. These fun facts about animals are a commentary about pets and human health, providing some interesting and pet facts and statistics pet parents will love, whether you are searching for fun facts about cats or dogs.
Carbon monoxide is a colorless, odorless, and potentially lethal gas. Although many families now have carbon monoxide detectors by their smoke detectors, not everyone has the life-saving alarms. Luckily for one family that didn’t have an alarm, their cat, Mr. Boo, alerted them to a gas leak and saved the lives of all four family
A few years ago, scientists from the University of Wisconsin at Madison, and the University of Maryland, wanted to study whether cats could respond to music. And so they created some music especially for feline sensibilities, as described in THIS ARTICLE outlining the whole study. It describes how Charles Snowdon and the other researchers looked
Join a Historic Study of Canine Behavior before January 15, 2018! How does this sound: answer a few questions about your own dog(s) behavior and in doing so, contribute to helping save the lives of other pooches in shelters? At the same time, you might get an insight into some of the issues dogs can