Pets

Why do cats eat mice? Should we let them?
By Harper Myers · 7 months ago
Why do cats eat mice? Should we let them? A cat and a mouse are inseparable. We are confirmed by all fairy tales, cartoons, jokes, advertisements, and literature. In our heads, the cat and mouse ...
An Interview with TrustedPals Founder Places Pets First - 3/2019
By Adam Lavine · 6 months ago
An interview in March 2019. It’s easy to see the opportunities in the pet insurance market. Pet medical care is a major expense. And owners are treating their pets more like a part of the ...
Why pet insurance – and why now?
By Adam Lavine · 6 months ago
"Marsh hasn’t been involved in the pet insurance market before," says Manny Rivera, creator, and head of marketing of TrustedPals Pet Insurance Program. "But we’ve been watching it grow, particularly over the past few years, ...
The Benefits of Training Dogs with E-Collars
By Martina Smith · 7 months ago
E-collars are essential products for all dog owners as they give them sheer control over their pets. They are often referred to as shock collars, and they are utterly useful with dog training. In this ...
600 million dogs
By Alex Pacheco · 7 months ago
Alex Pacheco is often described as the Father of the Modern Day Animal Rights Movement in the United States. As co-founder of both the world’s largest animal rights organization (PETA) and the world’s largest non-profit ...
Causes and Effects of Dog Anxiety
By Martina Smith · 7 months ago
Anxiety disorder in dogs can be caused by an illness, previous stint at the rescue center, separation among other causative agents. The disorder is characterized by a dog tucking himself between his legs, being reclusive, ...
Major Key Considerations to choosing a Dog
By Martina Smith · 8 months ago
A dog is considered as man's best friend since they make such a good partnership. The initial challenge is always arriving at the ultimate decision of picking an ideal pet. People have different selection criteria ...
Ways Reduce Dog's Separation Anxiety
By Martina Smith · 8 months ago
Keeping pets is a big responsibility, and you need to take care of them even when you leave for work. Unfortunately, some dear dogs will experience separation anxiety whenever you leave for the day. Separation ...
Dog Leashes
By Martina Smith · 9 months ago
A leash is one of the essential tools that every dog owner needs to have. A dog leash does more than just keeping your dog close to you when going for a walk; it gives ...
How to stop cat from spraying
By D'mario Young · 9 months ago
One of the biggest nightmares for cat owners is the tendency of the felines to spray their luminous urine all over the carpet and even the furniture in the house. If your cat already is ...
Facts about Yorkshire Terriers
By Martina Smith · 9 months ago
This article will encompass a lot of basic facts about Yorkshire Terriers. It will tell the origins of Yorkies. Additionally, it will show a bit about their personalities. The illnesses that Yorkshire Terriers are prone ...
Top 5 Essential Qualities of a Dog Trainer
By Martina Smith · 9 months ago
Unless you train your dog as effectively as possible, you are likely to have a hard time with it in the long run. For this reason, it will be prudent to consider the services of ...
How To Choose The Right Dog Food To Optimize Your Dog's Health
By Jonh Lee · 9 months ago
There are so many dog foods on the market it can be a little tricky to know what is the best dog food for your canine. There are a few factors to consider when thinking ...
How To Fend Off Sexual Mounting By Your Puppy
By Jonh Lee · 9 months ago
It is often a great shock when a new dog owner finds their puppy mounting their leg; most new dog owners have no idea what to do when this happens. Sometimes the dog owner will ...
How To Get a Dog To Come When You Call
By Martina Smith · 9 months ago
You're at the park with your dog. You've tried calling and calling him/her, but they won't listen. Instead of coming to you, the dog runs away or continues playing. It's frustrating and sometimes even embarrassing ...
Recall Leash Vs 4ft Absorbing Dog Leash In Dog Training
By Martina Smith · 10 months ago
Depending on the type of training you are performing on your dog, the right leash will contribute greatly to this exercise. Both the recall leash and the 4 feet absorbing leash are important types of ...
Practical Tools To Use To Prevent Dog from Digging Up holes
By Martina Smith · 10 months ago
Does your dog spend a lot of time digging in your backyard? This dog behavior can be frustrating and is often a sign of an under-stimulated or bored dog. Luckily, there are some tools you ...
Pros and Cons of Dog chewing on animal bones vs. Artificial Bones
By Martina Smith · 11 months ago
Dogs love to chew, and this is very natural. If you don’t give them anything to chew, they may even end up chewing anything they find before them. Chewing is an instinctive activity for dogs; ...
What You Need to Know About Canine Deafness
By Dr. Evan Ware · 11 months ago
Did you know that deafness in dogs can happen at any time? It is most apparent when your dog stops reacting to common events: the doorbell ringing, the sound of you pouring his food for ...
The Pros and Cons of Using E-collar vs. Leash
By Martina Smith · 11 months ago
When it comes to choosing a training method, many dog owners are often confused about whether to opt for dog training collars or traditional leashes. While both have their pros and cons, which we’ll discuss ...