When considering toys for any dog, bear in mind that not all dog toys are created equal. Many are designed to service a variety of purposes and play needs.
Is your cat ruining your favourite sofa? Here are a few tips to train your indoor cat to use a scratching post and not your furniture.
Chronic kidney disease is a major cause of death in dogs and cats. The kidney cells, or nephrons, cease to function gradually over a period of weeks to years.
In animals, "fear" and "anxiety" can be confusing terms as they are often used interchangeably. Without intervention, fear in dogs or cats can lead to anxiety and eventually a phobia, which is disruptive to their everyday functioning.
Is your dog pregnant or has she gone into heat for the first time? If you do wish to breed from your dog, here's what to expect during the normal course of pregnancy and how to feed and care for a pregnant bitch.
Many cats enjoy interacting with their owners and playtime, either indoors or outdoors, is a great way to cultivate a bond between cat and owner.
Introducing a new cat into the family can be a fairly daunting process. Here are some tips to help make the process as seamless as possible.
Cats have always been the type of pet that adopts you rather than you adopting them. They are self-reliant (until they need to be fed, of course), mischievous and very affectionate... when it suits them!
Whether it be a new collar or lead, a fun toy or cosy bed, here are a few suggestions to help you spoil your favourite feline.
Whether your dog is an absolute charmer, courageous, loyal, mischievous or downright lazy, he is your pride and joy, and from the outset you want to be the best owner your dog could hope for.
Pheromones are compounds that are naturally secreted by animals that help them communicate with members of the same species. Synthetic analogues of these natural pheromones can assist in managing stress-related problems in pets.