Which house plants are safe for my dog or cat? There are many dog-safe house plants and cat-safe indoor plants that add greenery and beauty to your home while helping to clean the air and keep your indoor air quality high.
Is your pet preference really a reflection of your attitude and personality? And how does being a dog or cat person influence your career choices? Learn what your pet choice says about your future career.
Matching or paired names are a fun way to give your pets unique monikers and identities. Drawn from popular culture, sports, arts, and entertainment, this list includes names appropriate for dogs, cats, fish, birds, goats, turtles, and other furry and feathered friends.
If you've noticed your dog or cat lying on their belly with their hind legs stretched out behind them instead of tucked underneath their torso, there is nothing to worry about. This adorable position is called "splooting" and it is perfectly normal.
So you love animals and want to work with them professionally? Here are some tips from a registered veterinary technician (RVT) to help you follow your dream.
Demodex is a genus of parasitic mites that live in or near the hair follicles of mammals. Demodex is associated with the development of patchy hair loss and/or mild to severe dermatitis (mange) in dogs and sometimes cats.
Rogue, Viper, Wolverine—if you want to give a Marvel name to your cat or dog, there are plenty to choose from!
If you love lush, curly locks on your pets, you've come to the right article. Learn more about these fascinating and beautiful animals...
Heartworm is a serious problem faced by too many pets. Read on to learn about this dangerous species so that you can recognize the signs and symptoms of a developing infestation.
When you welcome a new pet into your home, it's important to pick just the right name to match both the owner's and the pet's personalities. Here are some ideas for great pet names.
For a great deal of my boyhood, I wanted to be a veterinarian. I always remember how difficult it was to find information on what a vet's life was actually like and what it took to qualify for the training (remember this was long before the age of the computer and search engines such as Google).