A dog ramp for a car can help senior pets and those with mobility issues get in and out of your vehicle. Here’s our list of the 4 best dog ramps for cars.
The catnip won’t hurt a dog — it’s the toy that’s the problem. Here’s why dogs should not play with cat toys, regardless of whether or not there’s catnip.
The Ruffwear Float Coat is a great choice for water-loving dogs, but it’s a little pricier than other dog life jackets. Here’s my review.
This raised-bowl diner is cute and functional for large dogs or even giant dog breeds, but it’s not without its flaws.
When your dog needs protection in their paw pad area, this wax is an effective defense. Here’s my review of Musher’s Secret.
Jogging with your dog? Try out the hands-free Ruffwear Roamer Leash and enjoy your runs together. Here’s my review.
This plush and lightweight ball is perfect for my dog, but it does wear out quicker than I’d prefer. Here’s my Chuckit! Indoor Ball review.
From the sublime to the ridiculous, you can get pretty much anything you want for your dog or cat. Here are 10 truly weird products.
This spooky holiday turns cute with pet-themed jack-o’-lanterns.
Cats don’t usually require baths. But when they do, you need to be armed with the right information.
You know your cat wants to peer down at you from nearly 7 feet in the air. Here are some of the best cat tower designs I’ve come across lately.
Avoid injury and maximize play by reading these tips.
Tired of muddy feet and wet fur? See how you can help combat both with some fun rain gear.
This tutorial combines hassle-free painting instructions and a few nifty tricks to create a unique portrait of your pet.
If a dog toy’s lifespan can outlast 100 play sessions, then that might just be a toy worth replacing when it finally does bite the dust.