How to Train Your Dog to Stay?

It is easy to inhibit basic commands in dogs when they are young. Dog trainers and behaviorists insist on providing basic command training at an early age to prevent any difficulty faced by a dog at later years. [More]

How to take care of your dogs?

A regular check or wellness examination is a periodic medical test of the pets to assess their overall health. No pet owner ever consider a dog only a pet. For us, they are a family member. Taking care of your pet is as essential as taking care of yourself. [More]

Golden Retriever or Labrador [Infographic]

Do not confuse these two distinct breeds with their latter name "Retriever." Golden RetrieDo not confuse these two distinct breeds with their latter name "Retriever." Golden Retriever or Labrador, both are the most loved dog breeds throughout the US. The basic difference between the two dogs lies in their temperament, skin coat, fur, life-span, and epidemiology. [More]

Major Health Ailments faced by Bulldog [Infographic]

Bulldog, also known as the British Bulldog or English Bulldog, is a medium-sized breed of dog. It is a muscular, hefty dog with a wrinkled face and a distinctive pushed-in nose. Here is an infographic highlighting the major health issues faced by Bulldogs. [More]

National Siamese Cat Day

April 6 is celebrated as the National Siamese Cat Day throughout the USA. Although known for their pleasing look and class, Siamese cats make a great pet. They are one of the first distinctly recognized breeds of Asian cat that became one of the most popular breeds [More]

March 3 is National If Pets Had Thumbs Day

Many of our pets manage to get into all kinds of trouble without a thumb, so we’d like to imagine what could happen if pets had a thumb. Maybe they would rule over the world. The thumb in humans and apes serve a great function. [More]

How to Prevent Pets from Fertilizer Poisoning?

Most fertilizers contain insecticide used specifically to kill germs, insects, and pests that can be hazardous to home pets when consumed. As a responsible homeowner, you should prevent your pets from wandering around the lawn for 72 hours or 3 days before the chemicals subside. [More]