Your daily dose of inspiration, advice and funny moments that help us celebrate the furry friends we love.
What to do when your dog misses you.
Responsibility and empathy are beneficial skills for young dog parents to cultivate.
Tips to ensure a smooth bath time.
Measuring is essential when seeking a collar or harness for your dog.
To feed or not to feed your dog fresh fruits and veggies.
Your dog loves to follow a calm leader.
Signs your dog's ears may need attention.
Keep these common houseplants far from your pooch.
What to look for in a dog groomer.
Ways for kids to meet the newest feline family member.
Keep your senior pup in tip-top shape.
The pros and cons of protective paw pads.
Keep your dog warm when it’s cold outdoors.
Why cats get territorial.
Avoid gum disease with weekly brushing.
Establishing early boundaries is essential to family harmony when bringing home a new dog.
Walking on a schedule is best for you and your dog.
How to avert puppy's bad teething behavior.
Gentle petting a cat is the way to go.
Check out the clues as to why so many adorable cats are found in rescue shelters.
Add a little bling to your dog's wardrobe!
Dogs lick their paws for good reason.
Heads out car windows can be dangerous to doggies.
No snuggling with pooch in a moving car.
Signs your dog may be infected with kennel cough.
Dogs should never be left behind in a hot car.
The science behind a feline’s inquisitive behavior.
The whens and whys of spaying or neutering your new doggie.
Walking your dog on an indoor treadmill.
How to know when your dog is content.
If your cat is nervous, help is possible before, during and after the vet visit.
House training is all about praise, not punishment.
How often should you feed your dog?
Prepare for a stress-free cat bath.
Learn how to keep pets and electronics safe.
Some neutered cats may still spray.
Capture your pet's best performance on video.
Should you use a pet sitter or board your dog or cat?
What to do when kitty plays rough.
Calm your pet's separation anxiety.
How to keep pets out of the trash.
What to do when your cat isn't drinking enough water.
Have a vet confirm if you think your cat is pregnant.
Eye discharge in pets.
Pacing, spraying and yowling could mean your cat's in heat.
Signs of frostbite in your cat.
Why it’s important for a cat’s overall health.
Tips to safely take your indoor cat for a walk outside.
Get your dog or cat used to a new pet door.
When it’s time to bring in a cat behaviorist.
Discover what foods are toxic for your pooch.
Lockable screen doors help your dog or cat experience the outside world safely.
Teach your cat to fetch.
Can you toilet train a cat?
Studies say a senior cat is perfect for older people.
Breakaway collars are the safest for cats.
Wash pet dishes every day to keep them healthy.
Why certain dogs are often found at pet shelters.
Reward good behavior in dogs and cats. Ignore bad behavior.
Overgrooming in a cat may indicate a health problem.
Learn why there’s more to a cat’s itchy ears
Introducing your new cat to their new home.
Diarrhea in dogs and cats.
Help make an adopted cat feel comfortable in a new home.
Aspirin is toxic to cats.
A misbehaving cat is trying to tell you something.
You’ve brought home your new family member—now it’s time to build his trust.
Dental floss is dangerous for cats.
Tips to show a kitten how to use the litterbox.
Just like people, dogs need a workout for a healthy body, mind and spirit.
Diabetes symptoms in dogs and cats.
How to give your pet a pill.
Don't miss the signs when your cat's saying "I love you."
Questions you should ask yourself.
The key word is "carefully."
What do you like to do? There’s a dog out there that likes to do that, too!
Tuna can get new cats to bond.
How often to feed your cat.
What to include on your cat's ID tag or chip.
How a cat's whiskers work.
Consider these factors before you adopt a new pet.
Reducing hairballs in cats.
A sticker on the door can save your pet's life in an emergency.
Cat's don't sweat. Tips for avoiding heatstroke in the summer.
Cats need protection from winter weather and summer air conditioning.
Check for cats before turning on appliances.
Tips for a cat that is drinking more or less than usual.
The benefits of cat massage.
Why do cats climb?
Is your cat just sleepy or lethargic?
Prepare for a visit from cat-allergic friends.
DIY ideas that make perfect cat toys.
Cleaning your cat's ears.
Cats and fleas.
Should you get pet insurance for your cat?
Help your cat with grooming.
What to look for in a cat rescue center.
Introducing a new cat to resident pets.
Ailments that affect senior pets.
How to restore the health of a cat with mange.
The not-so-obvious differences between male and female cats.
The right scratching post for your cat.
Health benefits of spaying or neutering your cat.
Feeding your cat people food is a big no!
Prevent your cat from using your houseplants as a litterbox.
Using a flea comb daily will help your cat get rid of fleas.
What to consider when adopting a kitten.
Ways to tell if your cat is feeling “frisky."
When to bath a cat.
How to adjust a cat's sleeping schedule.
Two foster kitties get new homes.
What to do about a smelly cat.
Can it be done?
Making kitty comfortable.
What to do when diarrhea strikes.
Keeping kitties comfortable in hot weather.
Believe it or not, cats are trainable. But it takes a little dedication.
The dog that’s right for you is out there waiting.
A few things to know before bringing home a new dog.
Reward your dog with healthy, tasty treats!
Training kitty to wear a leash
Older cat health concerns.
Cats aren't lazy, they just need more sleep.
Proper training makes life with your pet a lot happier.
How to be prepared for a four-legged medical emergency.
What will you need to be a dog rescuer?
Have fun and keep them moving!
With a little bit of attention you can learn the language.
As well-intentioned as you are, be sure you know what it takes to foster a kitty.
Cat cafés partner with local rescues.
When to bathe your cat.
Why cats need to have their teeth brushed.
Relax with your cat and nail clipping will go smoothly.
How to make nail grooming a part of your cat's normal routine.
The best recipes for a finicky cat.
How much to feed your cat depends on age, condition and energy level.
Turn your aloof cat into a love bug.
Electronic cat doors for indoor-outdoor kitties.
Air travel with cats.
Relieve your cat's flying anxiety.
Cats love milk, but is it good for them?
Best ways to keep cats off tables and countertops.
Fight your cat's fleas naturally.
Remove a tick from a cat.
Avoid the cat litterbox when pregnant.
The how and why behind cat head rubbing.
Why spaying or neuturing is good for your cat.
Cats and chocolate are a no-no.
Let your cat chew on this instead of toxic houseplants.
Find the right nutritional balance for your senior cat.
Cats who shake and scratch their heads excessively could have ear mites.
A microchip implant for cats who hate collars.
How to tell if your cat is pregnant.
Knowing when to feed your cat is as important as what to feed your cat.
Changes in a cat's sleep pattern.
Not every cat is ready for her close-up.
The challenges of brushing a cat's teeth.
Quality time spent with your cat builds lasting bonds.
When you might need to get a live-in pet sitter.
Too much aggressive play is not good for kittens.
Training a cat not to scratch.
What to do about excessive licking.
How to make your home pleasant for visitors allergic to cats.
A poor attempt to teach a cat to fetch.
Just like with humans, a little bit of prevention can go a long way.
Is your cat making you crazy? When to seek a cat behaviorist.
Why a dog enters a shelter can determine how long he or she lives with a foster parent.
Need something "sniffed" out? Call a hound for great results.
Tips to make pet travel worry-free.
Foster cats may need extra attention to get well or absorb training in positive family relationships.
Useful ways to keep these critters at bay.
Learn why massages are great for a cat’s health.
Quick tips to help dogs beat the heat.
Symptoms and remedies for cats with allergy issues.
A few simple steps to help keep them from forming.
Dog adoption is a long-term relationship and a decision that shouldn’t be taken lightly.
There are many adorable cats who need loving homes. But that doesn’t mean you should adopt without determining if you are a good feline fit.
Fostering provides an invaluable service to rescue groups and shelters by freeing up space for other animals in need.
A trip to the vet with a scaredy cat.
New foster cat isn't accepting my boyfriend: what to do?
How I started fostering cats.
The importance of keeping the litter box clean.
Avoid these dangerous houseplants.
Homes for my foster cats.
A needy foster cat is making resident cats jealous. What to do?
Why a purr is good for feline well-being.
My resident cat has suddenly become a finicky eater. How I handled it.
How I handle my work demands and cat activities.
An awesome training tool.
A dog foster parent commits to dog care and training with critical skills necessary for adoption.