Choosing a Veterinarian
A veterinarian is your pet's second-best friend. When selecting a vet, you're doing more than searching for a medical expert. You're looking for someone to meet your needs and those of your pet -- a doctor who has people as well as animal skills. The worst time to look for a vet is when you really need one, so plan ahead and choose wisely….” more
Adopt or Foster - A Guide
There are more cats and dogs up for adoption than ever before. Supporting animals by adopting a cat or dog from an Animal Rescue Group, or a Shelter, is a wonderful gift to the world, and yourself.
And, if you are not ready to adopt, there is another alternative – Fostering.
Travel With and Without Your Pet
If you're a pet owner planning a business trip or vacation, the decision to take your pet along or leave him behind is an important one for both you and your companion. While you may want to take your furry friend with you, some animals are not suited for travel because of temperament, illness, or physical impairment….” more
Cats are born pleasure seekers, and your cat will find lots of comfortable places around your home to hang out. You can expand your pet's comfort zone by selecting the right supplies and equipment. Here are six ways to make your cat more comfortable.
So You Have A New Dog/Puppy?
So You Have A New Cat/Kitten?