10 Marine Mammals You Should Know About!

Marine mammals are probably the most exotic animals that have excited and fascinated human imagination. Most of these animals can surprise us with their remarkable intelligence. Unfortunately, most marine mammals have landed up in a zoo and amusement centers [More]

National Seeing Eye Dog Day

It isn’t unusual for the disabled to use the assistance of pets for their everyday chores. Assistance animals are specially trained to service dogs who assist their human companion to navigate on streets, help reach destinations, and help with daily chores. [More]

5 Most Reliable Police Dog

Many search and rescue dogs were deployed after September 11, 2001 attack. Some of the heroic dogs who helped find survivors were Trakr (German shepherd), Bretagne (Golden retriever), Apollo (German shepherd), and Roselle (Labrador). [More]

National Train Your Dog Month

In 2010 the Association of Professional Dog Trainers began the National Train Your Dog Month campaign. The APDT believed it is time to dedicate a month to bringing awareness to the importance of socialization and training, and most of all, to inform the public that training your dog can be easy and fun! [More]

Change a Pet’s Life Day is almost here!

It’s almost time to celebrate Change a Pet’s Life Day. Celebrated on January 24, the special day is held every year to encourage people to adopt pets from shelters and raise animal awareness. On this day, pet shelters reduce the cost of adopting a new pet. [More]

National Dress Up Your Pet Day

National Dress up for your Pet Day is observed by the pet owners and pet community each year on January 14. It was founded in 2009 by the Celebrity Pet Lifestyle Expert and Animal Behaviorist, Colleen Paige. [More]

5 Useful Blog Posts from 2018

We share a special bond, and to maintain this bond we must ensure to provide them with enough care. Here are 5 useful blog posts we made in the past year to help out all the pet owners and our furry friends. [More]

Is Your Dog Colorblind?

Unlike the popular belief that dogs are colorblind, your dog can actually see more than you have thought. The vision in the dog is much more similar to humans, however, they do not perceive the color as we do. [More]