Category Archives: Pets

7 Unconventional Pets You Can Own (Legally)

Choosing to own a pet is one of the best choices you will ever make. Pets are loyal companions that do so much more than keep us company. Owning a pet has well document health benefits, helping us stay active and social. But owning a cat or a dog isn't for everyone. You might be interested in owning a more unusual pet. Here are seven unconventional pets you can own legally. 1. Hedgehogs Don't let the spines fool you, hedgehogs make excellent pets. They are very friendly and become very affectionate

How to Care for Your Dog

When it comes to your family, the dog is just as much a part of it than any other human being. That’s why it’s important to make sure they live a healthy and hopefully long life with you in your home. Here are some top tips to help keep your dog healthy. Diet Choosing the correct diet for your dog is one of the most important decisions you can make when it comes to their health. There are so many different breeds that it can often be hard to decide what meal is best for your dog. A

Keeping Your Pet Safe Is Now More Important Than Ever

Did you know that during the pandemic, many groups that help find lost dogs and other pets have been unable to operate? This is a really sad side effect that we’ve seen due to the pandemic that no one is talking about. Sadly, around 10 million pets will go missing every year in the US. These include pets that are both lost or stolen, and pet theft is a huge problem across the globe, too. Keeping your pets safe is not only important for them, but it’s important for other people, too. Loose

10 Homeopathic Remedies for Dogs

Your dog is your best friend and keeping them healthy is a top priority. When your pet has an illness or injury at the vet will often prescribe medications that deal with the symptoms but don't get to the root cause. That's where homeopathy comes in.  What is Homeopathy? Homeopathy is an entirely natural way of treating patients (including pets) through a holistic approach. Instead of only dealing with the symptoms of specific ailments, it deals with the whole health and well-being of your dog.