Adopt or Buy a Pet?

Adopting is the way to go! There are lots of good reasons to adopt rather than buy a pet. Here are a some of them: Buying a pet can easily cost $500 and up. Adoption costs range from $50 to $200, depending on whether the pet comes from the city shelter or a rescue...

How to Give Your Dog a Bath

Gather all your supplies together. You will need: A brush and comb A shampoo for dogs Towels With many dogs, the bath is made easier with a hand-held showerhead, otherwise, use a large pitcher. You will get wet and soapy along with your dog, so wear old clothes. If it...

Does Your Fur Baby Have Chewing Problems?

Chewing a destructive behavior when your dog is chewing on the wrong thing. Give him something that’s okay to chew.Puppy chewing is an important part of the teething process. As adults, dogs often chew for fun, or to relieve boredom. Chewing or tearing things up (like...

Shed Control For Your Pets

What you should know about shedding Almost every day we hear pet owners complain about how much their pet is shedding. They see hair on their furniture, clothes and in the car. They think something must be wrong with their pet and wonder what they can do about it. If...

10 Snowy Day Activities Your Dog Can Do Inside

Bathtub fun If your dog likes water, fill the tub up about six inches and let him play. Give him toys to splash at and play with if he is so inclined. Tug of war. Grab rope and start tugging. Dogs catch onto this game quickly and will love trying to wrestle you for...

Ways to Protect Pets This Winter

Winter is a season of unpleasant cold and numbing wetness. Make sure your pets stay safe and warm by following some simple steps. Keep pets sheltered Keep your pets inside with you and your family. Under no circumstances should pet be left outdoors in the cold months...