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.
A new brand of food made from lightly cooked, human-grade ingredients had me questioning my dog’s ideal diet…and my own.
Before you commit to taking in an animal from a rescue group or a shelter, you’ll want to make some smart inquiries into the former life of your potential new BFF.
A bevy of new products aim to help dog owners keep from having to handle a warm bag of excrement any longer than necessary.
A crate is a tool that can help prevent unwanted behaviors and encourage desired ones in situations where you can’t have your dog in an otherwise enclosed, dog-proofed space.
If an animal is found as a stray or is relinquished by an owner, he might be brought to an “Open Admission” Shelter — a sad but necessary place that used to be called “The Pound.”
Get to know some NYC dog walking companies: Swifto, Puptopia, Petaholics, and Running Paws.
With a clicker, yummy treats, clever timing and a good training plan, any dog can learn to perform the behaviors that helped movie dog Uggie become a star.
Following a Quebec puppy mill raid, Toronto outlawed the sale of dogs in pet stores. But it’ll take more than a single city ban to keep people from supporting puppy mills.
Nuisance barking is a major reason why dogs are relinquished to shelters. One solution? Teaching a dog to both “bark” and “be quiet” on cue.