Handling

Pets don’t come trained, but you can help them!

Training your animals and addressing behavioral concerns is your responsibility as a pet owner. Last week we looked and the …

Don’t blame them, if you don’t train them!

Understanding your pets and training them is an important aspect of having animals and improving your relationship with them. Most …

Cats and children

Nothing can be quite as delightful to a child as a furry friend. Most cats will also like one more …

Important Questions To Ask Your Veterinarian

Image by The Paw Company Some questions to consider when you are looking for or visiting a vet. When you …

Planning To Get A Parrot Or Have One?

 Image Pexels.com Advice for current or prospective parrot parents. Parrots, especially African Grey parrots are popular pets, but unfortunately, many …

Getting a handle on cats: What types of restraint lead to stress?

By: Mikel Delgado An example of scruffing plus full-body restraint. If you’ve ever worked in a shelter or veterinary setting, …

Is your Child Pet-Ready?

The bond between a child and their furry companion is undoubtedly a precious one and empowering your child to take …

Pets on the Move: Alleviate the Stress of Moving Homes

Contrary to what most people think, moving homes is just as stressful for pets as it is for their human …

Welcoming Happy Hoppers into your Home

Rabbits are masters at wrapping us around their little bunny paws. Yet, as adorable, cuddly, smart and entertaining little creatures …