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An old dog can't learn new tricks, but you can; how-tos on everything you'll need to be your pet's best friend.

  • NomNomNow
    Published 2 years ago
    How To Improve Your Dog's Health (When You Barely Have Time for Your Own)

    How To Improve Your Dog's Health (When You Barely Have Time for Your Own)

    Your dog is the one friend you know who will stick by you, no matter what you are facing. They are loyal, loving pets that never stop being happy to see you. However, it’s becoming more difficult to keep your buddy healthy and happy in our fast-paced, high-pressure modern world.
  • Nicole Carlson
    Published 2 years ago
    When Your Roommate Has Pets

    When Your Roommate Has Pets

    You may be wondering, "what's wrong with living with animals? Those ones are sooooo cute!" And...
  • Kelsey Lange
    Published 2 years ago
    Best No Bake Dog Treat Recipes

    Best No Bake Dog Treat Recipes

    With peanut butter and bacon, these no bake dog treats are sure to satisfy any puppy. These homemade no bake dog treat recipes are simple to make, and super healthy for your dog. You might even want to steal a few bites for yourself!
  • Veronica Thor
    Published 2 years ago
    The Complete A-Z Guide to Being a Cat Owner

    The Complete A-Z Guide to Being a Cat Owner

    Despite the common misconception that cats are completely independent, cats actually take a lot of work. But it doesn't have to be difficult to keep your cat healthy and happy.
  • Ben Kharakh
    Published 2 years ago
    How to Get Rid of Dog Urine Smell

    How to Get Rid of Dog Urine Smell

    Dogs pee. That's just how they work. And until they make a dog that doesn't, you're going to have to walk your furry friend or let it out in the backyard to go busy-busy. Sometimes, or a lot of times if you're unlucky, dogs will go bananas all over your hardwood floor or rugs. Don't worry, though, because this is hardly a problem! And if you are worried, I dunno, talk to somebody. Don't be afraid to reach out for help. It's not that hard get rid of dog urine smell.
  • Lexi Lloves
    Published 2 years ago
    7 Tips for New Breeders

    7 Tips for New Breeders

    Just like with human birth, there are things about birthing puppies that just don't make it into literature! Maybe it's due to the graphic nature of the topic, or perhaps the authors are such old hands that they don't think to put these things in. Either way, here are the top seven things I learnt when birthing my first litter, that they didn't tell me about:
  • Nancy D
    Published 2 years ago
    How to Get Your Dachshund to Finally Stop Barking
  • Penny Newton
    Published 2 years ago
    Quick and Easy Tips for Traveling with Your Dog

    Quick and Easy Tips for Traveling with Your Dog

    Traveling across the country or across the world is certainly one of the best experiences you can do in life. You're capable of visiting locations you've never been to, eating cuisines your tastebuds aren't familiar with, and just living away from home for a couple of days or weeks is the best feeling... until you realize how much you miss your pup. But wait, why not travel with your dog?! The two of you can check out so many destinations, you won't have to leave him behind with a dog sitter anymore.
  • Beth Lewis
    Published 2 years ago
    Things To Do When Your Pet Goes Missing

    Things To Do When Your Pet Goes Missing

    Thousands of pets go missing daily. Here are some tips on what to do in case your beloved pet goes missing.
  • Yvonne Glasgow
    Published 2 years ago
    Best Pets for Apartment Life

    Best Pets for Apartment Life

    I might have the luxury of living in a house now, but I started out as an apartment and rental dweller for many years of my life. As someone that has always enjoyed the presence of pets and other living things in my home, I’d gotten creative over the years with the animals I let share my space.
  • Laura DiNovis Berry
    Published 3 years ago
    Walking in a Winter Wonderland

    Walking in a Winter Wonderland

    Pristine snow encapsulates the driveway and the surrounding yards, while more snowflakes descend with brilliant tranquility. My dog Milly immediately adds some yellow hues to this picturesque scene, highlighting the flower bed beside our front door. After relieving herself, she enthusiastically tugs me back inside the warm house. Milly is not what you would call a "snow dog."
  • Therese Pope
    Published 3 years ago
    How to Beat the Pet Winter Blues

    How to Beat the Pet Winter Blues

    I live in the Northern California foothills so we get chilly temps during the winter months. Just like humans, it's far easier to keep our furry family members healthy and fit during the warm summer compared to the long, cold days of winter. As a pet owner and one who loves to exercise, it can be tough to get outdoors and exercise when the temps drop during the winter months.