From poinsettias to a Christmas cactus and holly to mistle toe, or even a fun Hannukah bush, giving and using plants as holiday decor and gifts is a time honored tradition. Unfortunately not all holiday plants are safe for...
Whether you're a pet parent looking for some flowers to brighten up your home, or you're sending a gift to someone with a dog or cat that loves to chew everything, it is important to know which flowers and...
There's nothing more fun than watching your pooch with their new favorite plaything. But not all dog toys are created equal. Some may contain lead within the paint (the logo on a tennis ball). Others could have non-safe stuffing,...
October 2016 is National Adopt a Shelter Dog Month, and I can tell you from personal experience there are few things more rewarding than providing a home for a dog from a shelter or rescue, and usually, the end...
With National Dog Day 2016 around the corner, shouldn’t you be looking to do a little more to thank your canine kid for the unconditional love and joy they bring you? Check out these pup-tastic ideas that will not...
(Disclaimer: Although we consulted with a vet and have their sign off on the infographic, the content below is just an opinion. You should always double check with your own vet and licensed professional before applying any advice, buying...
Summertime is great for getting outdoors, and many people like to include their canine kids. Usually short stays outside don’t require any planning, but if you’re going to stay out for a prolonged period of time there are some...
Cat lovers know that nothing gets a kitty going like a little catnip. Toys designed to provide entertainment and exercise that use catnip are not just fun for kitty – they’re fun for cat lovers to watch and who...
Do you have puppy fever? It’s the feeling you get over that little ball of cuteness you just saw or held or maybe both. Or, perhaps your kids have been harassing you to get a puppy, and you’re about...