by Pamela Mills-Senn on Mar 1, 2015
“From a dog’s perspective, the world is full of unsettling things—loud noises, fireworks, thunder, vacuum cleaners, trips to the vet and long days spent alone while the family is out for work or school. All of these can send a dog caroming into unwanted, anxiety-driven behaviors such as incessant barking, chewing, hiding, howling, biting or other forms of aggression. Left unaddressed and allowed to go unchecked, anxiety-triggered behaviors can make life with a pet exceedingly…”

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by Nora Caley on Mar 1, 2015
“Pets and their humans stay healthy by doing more than just eating nutritious food. Everyone needs exercise and mental stimulation, and for dogs and cats, that means play. Many pet owners want to do more than throw a ball for an occasional game of fetch or offer their pet a…”
by Dorothy Crouch on Mar 1, 2015
“Whether maintaining cleanliness in a yard or home, or cleaning up after a pet during a daily walk, disposing of animal waste is more than a simple aesthetic consideration. Pet waste that is carelessly discarded can pose threats to public health. According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), “When…”
by Dorothy Crouch on Feb 1, 2015
“Warmer weather is around the corner, and as the mercury begins to rise, consumers will begin preparing by taking precautions against parasites to ensure their pets’ safety when spending time outdoors. The risk of exposure from infected parasites is not limited to the pets of outdoor enthusiasts or those living…”
by Pamela Mills-Senn on Feb 1, 2015
“Snacks have always occupied an important position in people’s lives—after all, they are the fun side of the serious business of eating. The good news is that people are increasingly opting for healthy snacks rather than those loaded with sugar, fats and carbs. It comes as little surprise, then, that…”