The industry has changed dramatically in the last 15 years.
From Pet to Celebrity: How Does a Pet Become a Model?
You have options if you want your dog or cat to find a slice of the limelight.
Beware of Puppy Leasing: Your Pet Could Get Repossessed
Some companies are taking advantage of people who purchase their animals at pet stores.
4 Things to Consider When You’re Starting a Pet Blog
If you love sharing stories and photos of your pets with the world, then a pet blog might be for you.
Want to Become a Pet Sitter? Here’s What You Should Know.
When you become a pet sitter, it takes grit and stamina to interact not only with the pets, but also with their humans. Here’s my advice for the beginning pet sitter.
4 Major Differences Between Alligators and Crocodiles
One way to tell these two reptiles apart is by the shapes of their snouts.
Help! My Neon Tetra’s Colors Are Fading.
Dull colors could mean stress or disease. Here’s how you can help prevent it.
7 Cat Myths and Superstitions – Debunked
Amazingly, some cats quite like water and even baths.
Walking the Dog? Better Hold the Leash the Right Way.
Using the wrong leash technique could injure you or your dog.
5 Popular Products That Shouldn’t Be in Homes With Pets
Are any of these common household items in your home?
What You Need to Know About Choosing a Pet Sitter
Do your research and ask around for referrals as well as references.
It’s Time to Talk About This “Rainbow Bridge” Thing
Does the idea of a Rainbow Bridge for deceased pets comfort you? Two writers offer arguments for and against it. And we want to hear your thoughts, too.
A Classy Gal Says, “Scoop the Poop!”
Cleaning up after your dog isn’t the most glamorous of duties, but it’s a necessary part of bringing a canine member into your family.
How to Start a Profitable Dog Boarding Business
It’s not easy to create a boarding facility that makes you money — but it is possible. Read these tips to help make your dream a reality.
19 Ways That People Who Have Pets Can Be Eco-Friendly
Today is Earth Day. Here are a few suggestions for reducing your carbon “paw print.”