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]

5 Ways to Treat Your Cat Right

A happy cat makes a happy life! Unlike canines, treating cats can be challenging as they enjoy living in their own space. However, it doesn’t mean that cats do not need a companion. You can become their great companion if you treat them right. [More]

Vitamin D Toxicity in Pets

The report submitted by FDA (Food and Drug Administration) suggests that several popular brands of dog food have 70x the safe levels of vitamin D which could kill dogs. Although it is rare, it is noteworthy to understand how it can adversely affect your pets. [More]

Holiday Safety Tips for Pets

It’s that time of the year when everyone is busy planning holidays. In all these hullabaloos, pets are more prone to get into accidents. As a pet owner, ensuring a safe environment for your pets is essential. [More]

How to keep Pets warm this winter?

Winter is here, and so is the time for you to get in the bed as soon as you reach home. Winter can be harsher for pets as they indulge in outdoor activities. Animals have a lesser appetite for cold weather. [More]

Consider family photo with your pets

Pets fill our heart very quickly. They are more than our pets. They’re the part of our family! The best thing to value their contribution in our life is by memorizing them. What better than taking a family photo with them? [More]

Dogs need Socialization too

Naturally, a dog socializes by interacting with other canines and learning their verbal cues and body language. Domestic dogs may need to learn socialization skills as they lack the natural learning environment at home. The socialization should continue into adulthood. [More]