So, you say your dog knows ” sit.” How about “stay?” Or ” speak?”
It’s pretty obvious what a puppy with a wagging tail, wiggling body and licking tongue is saying when he comes to greet you — but not all puppy language is so easy to decipher.
Many myths about cats abound, but sometimes it can be hard to distinguish fiction from fact.
et care isn’t immune to the game. To help clear things up, here’s a list of some of the most popular misconceptions about pet health and the truth behind them.
Your dog’s tricks aren’t just for show — they can be fabulously functional, too!
As tempting as it might be, cats shouldn’t eat much human food. By Dan Myers, TheDailyMeal.com Editor Cats are notoriously finicky eaters. They turn their nose up at all but one brand of wet food, for instance, or simply refuse to eat altogether for mysterious cat reasons. But, in many ways, cats being picky eaters is […]
We know that we love our dogs. Mine are as much real members of the family as my wife and children and my little granddaughter, Reagan. But do they love us back?
We know you love your pet unconditionally and strive to take good care of him, but even the most experienced owners can sometimes harm their cats or dogs and not even realize it.
Your dog communicates his emotional state through body language and behavior. Decoding his cues is mostly a matter of knowing what to look for.
Big dogs get a bad rap sometimes.