Learn to read your cat's body language! For more on cat body language, click the image!

Read your cats cattitude! Learn to read your cat's body language! For more on cat body language, click the image!

Being diligent about dental care can save you and your pet lots of problems down the road! For more helpful pet tips, click the image.

Being diligent about dental care can save you and your pet lots of problems down the road For more helpful pet tips click the image.

Choose safe chew bones for dogs and avoid the dangers of cooked bones. http://healthypets.mercola.com/sites/healthypets/archive/2010/05/19/caution-bones-can-kill-your-dog-find-out-which-ones-are-safe.aspx

Choose safe chew bones for dogs and avoid the dangers of cooked bones…

It’s been two years since the first melamine-related pet food recall, and during that time, more dog lovers than ever have decided to turn to homemade diets—cooked or raw—as insurance against potential problems with commercial products. Is a homemade diet really insurance? Yes, it can be, assuming it’s nutritionally balanced and takes into account your dog’s breed, age, weight, activity and overall physiology.

10 Myths and Misperceptions About Homemade Dog Food

Coconut Oil for Pets

Coconut oil is an easy-to-find, all-natural, inexpensive treatment for many pet issues. We’ve listed the top 10 ways to use coconut oil for your pets.

Everything you need to get your dog registered as an AKC Therapy Dog!

AKC Therapy Dog Program

Golden Retriever care facts including: nutrition/feeding, grooming, energy/exercise, and health.

Filler in Pet Food

How do you know if your pet's food is full of filler? Find out.

By Josh Weiss-Roessler There are three important things that you need to know about dogs’ ears: They’re sensitive, so they need regular maintenance to prevent infections. Dogs don’t want their ears cleaned, so you’re going to have to work with them. If you don’t do it the right way, you can cause serious damage. So how exactly do you go about cleaning your dog’s ears to keep him or her healthy?

How to clean dogs’ ears

By Nicole Pajer When a dog gets old, it may begin to lose its eyesight and ability to hear. While this may be traumatic for you to witness, it is much more stressful on the dog. Imagine suddenly not being able to hear familiar noises, find things around t

To know whether a dog bone or chew is good for your dog, you have to check the size, density, and ingredients of the product.

Bone Broth Is Excellent Nourishment for Older Pets

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