A Guide to Choosing the Right Cat Bed

Are you a cat parent and have been wondering how to get the proper comfortable sleeping unit for your little purring friend but can't seem to figure it out? Well, it takes a bit of search and consideration to find the perfect little bed for your best cat friend. Many…

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What's Better For Dogs: Collar Or Harness?

If you are a dog lover, you understand the need to walk your dog regularly. It not only ensures that you have a great bond but is also a great way to get them to exercise. What's more, as the dog owner, you get a chance to clear your head…

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Defying the Stereotype

By Dee Goings Because of the stereotypes surrounding her breed, casual observers, sadly, often find it hard to believe Ripley was trained without punishment or force © Dee Goings When people think of a Rottweiler, they often think, unfortunately, of a large hulking mass on a choke chain or shock…

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6 Best Airline-Approved Dog Carriers of 2021

Traveling with pets is one of the most beautiful things you can do in life. Taking your furry friend to a new destination and having that unique experience is as mesmerizing as you can imagine. And, since we love them so much, we want to make sure that we are…

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Great Expectations

By Rachel Brix  Depending on the area you are looking in, there may be a variety of boarding facilities to choose from, so it can be a daunting task to try to figure out which one is the best place for your dog to stay. Budget is, of course, always…

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The Physical Effects of Harmful Training Devices

By Niki Tudge, Susan Nilson, Debra Millikan and Louise Stapleton-Frappell* Training devices that cause pain or evoke fear can cause both physical and psychological damage © Can Stock Photo / susannec** In addition to the potential psychological effects of using training devices that cause pain or evoke fear, there is…

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Is Love Enough?

By June Pennell Having a canine companion has made a huge difference to Robbie’s confidence and been a great boost to his overall emotional state © June Pennell I would love to be able to say that love is enough to help a troubled dog. Indeed, perhaps it is enough…

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A Life without Pets

By Fiona De Rosa and Fiona Warton  Elderly people may find themselves having to give up their pets when they move into a care facility © Grant Nowell Photography As the aging population of the western world increases, more people are finding themselves moving from their own homes and into…

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Ultimate Guide On Choosing The Best Dog Carrier

All dog carriers are basically the same, right? Not quite!  Traveling to a far-off land with your canine friend will require a different type of dog carrier than when you go to see a vet. The same applies to taking a stroll with your pooch and when traveling in a…

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How To Stop Your Dog From Chewing Its Bed?

Dogs have their daily routine chalked out. Aside from general roaming, playtime, sleeping hours, toilet habits, they often chew beds, blankets, pillows, shoes, etc. This destructive behavior may happen in your dogs because of several reasons. Puppy chewers do it most likely because of their teething problems, whereas adult chewers…

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