Are you a proud owner of an adorable pet? Have you finally decided to give your pet the freedom to roam freely from the comfortable indoors to the stimulating outdoors?
Humans and dogs are so good at living together. Since the domestication of dogs, these two species have shared a special bond that survived throughout the millennia. DNA research tells us that we have been related to dogs as long as we have been around as homo sapiens.
Is your home a safe place for your dear pet friends? If you don’t know, simply take a look around. Do you see any poisonous plants, electrical cords, or human medication? If yes, then you have some work ahead for you.
Wondering how to make your cat happy? You'll be surprised to hear that all it takes is a little fun and attention!
Putting a leash around your dog’s collar and taking him for a walk is child’s play. But when it comes to getting your cat into shape, things start to get a little bit more complicated. Unlike the friendly doggies, cats are solitary creatures by nature. After all, they’re more independent than domestic dogs and often want to be left alone. One study even showed that cats don’t feel distressed when their owners leave, nor they are excited when they come back home.
Looking for your ideal Valentine's Day partner? Look no further than your own backyard. It turns out that dogs are better than humans when it comes to romantic celebrations.