Should You Have Your Dog’s Ears Cropped?

If you're purchasing a Pit Bull, Doberman Pinscher, Schnauzer, Boxer, or Great Dane, you need to decide whether or not you want to have the dog's ears cropped. This isn't an easy decision to make, either, because cropping ears is a very controversial subject. Some people believe that there are several health benefits to cropping a dog's ears, while other people believe that it's cruel. Before you make your decision, learn more about what happens when you have your dog's ears cropped, and how it could benefit your furry friend. Read More 

Getting Your Longhaired Dog Spayed Or Neutered? What You Need To Know About Grooming

If you need to have your longhaired furry friend spayed or neutered, you might think that a visit to the groomers is unnecessary beforehand because the vet will shave off that portion of their hair. But if you want your dog's hair to look good after the procedure, there are some grooming preparations to do before the surgery, as well as during and after recovery. This guide explains what you should do to keep your longhaired dog properly groomed. Read More 

Important Tips to Keep Your Dog Safe from Poisoning

As a pet owner, protecting your pet is likely one of your main priorities. Are you doing your part to prevent your pet from being poisoned? On average, 200 pets suffer from poison each year with the majority of these incidents being accidental. In most cases, pet owners are unaware of the hidden dangers right in their own home. It's important to familiarize yourself with some of these hidden dangers as well as some prevention tips to keep your furry friend safe. Read More 

5 Things Every Person Who Wants A Pet Rabbit Should Know

If you want a pet that is quiet, inexpensive to feed, and gentle, there is no question that a rabbit will be able to fill the position. Many pet owners assume that bunnies should be easy to care for because of these three factors. This is true to an extent. However, adopting a bunny as your own will come with a few concerns and worries that you should know about. Here are five things every prospective rabbit owner should take into consideration before bringing one home from the breeder or pet shop. Read More 

Training Your Cat To Walk On A Leash

If you think that you have the ultimate bond with your cat, you haven't really tested it until you've taught them to walk with you on a leash. This is an unnatural thing for your cat to do, and you'll both need to be trained. If you think that you and your cat are up to the challenge, here's the information you need to get started. Walking a Dog Versus a Cat Read More