Crating dogs with separation anxiety can help prevent destructive behaviors. Here are the steps to take and recommendations on what crates to try.
Rare is the pooch who doesn’t love a road trip. For most dogs, the best part of the trip is sticking their fuzzy heads out the window to feel the breeze and smell all the great scents. In spite of how great it feels, allowing your pup to put his head out the window while you’re driving is actually very dangerous, for a variety of reasons.
When you switch dog food, it’s important to do so carefully. Here are four tips on how to healthily switch out your dog’s food.
Your dog is family, so it's only natural to want to enjoy his company all the time, and take him along everywhere possible. However, the decision to travel with a pet - particularly on an extended road trip - is one that requires a good deal of consideration. There are several questions you should ask yourself before loading Rover up in the car, and all of them involve ensuring your pet's ultimate comfort and well-being.
By nature, dogs are social -- as are their people. Making new connections and fostering existing ones are essential to our well-being. Thankfully, connecting with fellow pet people is pretty easy through today’s various social media platforms.
The average dog owner spends $65 on dog treats each year, yet the healthiest and least expensive treats for your pet could already be in your fridge.
It's normal for kittens to chase their tails, less common in adult cats. When a pet exhibits a strange, unexplained behavior, it's time for a vet visit.
For businesses, the way to the heart of many Americans just may be through their pets. With pet parenting on the rise, and people spending even more time, affection, and money on their pets, pleasing pet parents is a solid way for businesses to gain an edge. Pet parents love businesses who love their furry kids, and they’re willing to spend a little more and go a little further out of their way to show their appreciation. That means there are a number of different ways businesses can win with this large and growing demographic.
A study shows domestic cats prefer to eat from a tray of exposed food rather than work to access their meal, contrary to the behavior of most species.
A visit to the veterinarian is not always a fun experience for your dog. Here are five things to do to help you make the most out of every vet visit.
Yogis are hoofing it to goat farms to practice their sun salutations alongside furry KIDs!
Fish bowls are great for small fish, plants or a terrarium. Many shapes and sizes can cost anywhere from $10 to $30. Here's what to know before buying.
A reliable chew toy has many benefits for your dog. Here are 12 chew toys, most at under $10 and almost all under $20.
If a dog attacks you, could you protect yourself? Could you protect your child? Here are some facts that could save you in this situation.
Looking for a unique and affordable way to see the country with your pet? Consider riding the rails! Train rides are a fun, classic, and very accessible way to travel. For example, Amtrak - one of the country’s largest railways - boasts over 30 train routes, traveling to over 500 destinations, across 46 states! You’ll enjoy great views of our country’s scenery, and you can even see some sights only accessible by rail. Best of all, Amtrak lets you bring your small pet along for the ride!
Six pet owners told CNN their dogs have gone missing or died while in care of a sitter they found on the Rover platform since the start of the pandemic.
When times are “tough” -- and even when they’re not, it’s always nice when you can save a dime or two. While many of us are itching to get away with our pet, others may have to due to a move, family matter, or other obligation. Whatever the reason for travel, it doesn’t have to break the bank if you plan ahead and find the right accommodations for your budget.
Only one thing makes heading out on a road trip better--bringing your beloved pet along! Of course, you’ll need a pet-friendly place to stay along the way. You could just book your same-old, tried-and-true places . . . or, you could make it a true adventure and try something new! Hotels are increasingly welcoming pet guests these days, and there are lots of options to choose from--some of which you may never have heard of!