Cats aren’t usually great travelers. Here is a quick guide to making sure your cat is well tended to while you’re off spending quality vacation time with your dog.
Monthly Archives For August 2012
One of a dog’s favorite games can be a great opportunity to teach two very useful training cues.
Remember when Triumph the Insult Comic Dog sang “Cats are Cunts?” That was just short for “Consumers.” Here are five toys your second favorite four-legged pet would like you to buy.
Pitbull advocacy group StubbyDog is conducting a national search for the best and bravest members of this too-often maligned breed. Does your dog have what it takes to be part of a Superhero Squad?
Commenters on this site’s posts about Cesar Millan have created a kind of pet training koan of love, hate, and apple-lavender-lemon scented cat litter.
Be gone, flannel Scotty-print pajamas! Celebrate your love of all things canine with Threadless.com’s non-cheesy limited edition T-shirts.
In a video assignment, a psych student explains the power of Pavlovian Conditioning–a useful too for training dogs. On The Office, Jim also uses it to train Dwight.
A year after merging with a leader in the field of electronic devices for gun dog owners, the GPS technology company has introduced a new product: an unprecedentedly powerful dog shock collar.
Do you have all the things you’d want on hand if your housemate ate rat poison, swallowed a chicken bone, or suffered a bite?
A new brand of food made from lightly cooked, human-grade ingredients had me questioning my dog’s ideal diet…and my own.