Promise — I Feed Him! Why Is My Dog Always So Hungry?
Is your dog always begging for more food when he's already getting plenty? Here's what's going on with your hungry dog and how to tell if he's actually OK.
How Many Times a Day Should I Feed My Dog or Cat?
Wondering how often you should feed your cat or dog? Twice a day? Several times a day? Our veterinary nutritionist says it depends on a number of factors.
Never Feed Your Cat These 6 Human Foods
Some people foods are OK to feed cats, but some can be downright dangerous. Here are six foods that can be harmful to your feline.
How Do You Know When It's Time to Euthanize a Pet
Deciding to put your pet down is an incredibly difficult decision to make. Dr. Andy Roark offers advice on when to euthanize a pet and what's best for them.
7 Most Common Dog Grooming Questions
We've got the answers to frequently asked questions about dog grooming, like: Is it safe to blow-dry my dog, and how can I control my dog's shedding?
Tips to Take the Stress out of Dog Nail Trimming
Many dogs cower or flee the room at the mere sight of clippers. These simple dog nail-trimming tips can help make trims less stressful for both of you.
Winter Dog Grooming, Fur and Skin Care Tips from the Pros
Winter Dog Grooming, Fur and Skin Care Tips from the Pros Winter is the time for dry and itchy skin, salt-covered sidewalks giving way to mucky snow water, and all around miserable conditions. Just like we moisturize and care for ourselves during the rough winter months, our dogs deserve the same kind of attention As the cold finally moves across New Jersey, here are some tips to help care for your dog’s fur from Purr’n Pooch’s pet stylist and groomer Cherise Burczya, a 15-year-veteran of the pet resort: 1. Brush. Pups’ fur need tender loving care just like our own locks. Brushing promotes a healthy coat and skin, especially in the dry winter months. Regular brushing also helps reduce matting, something common when fur gets wet with snow or rain, and can help…
11 Most Difficult Dogs To Raise
Dogs may have been domesticated over 30,000 years ago. The attachment between humans and dogs was not just for hunting purposes. Dogs were also seen as wonderful companions. However not all dog breeds are easy to raise and this can create a difficult situation for new dog owners Some dogs simply require more attention; that means more time is needed to care for and teach them. Any dog breed that does not fit human lifestyle, expectations, and easy temperament might be considered a difficult dog breed for those without experience. Several other characteristics can make some breeds seem difficult as well such as size, energy level, dominance, noise level, and maintenance. Below is the list of the 11 most difficult dog breeds to raise. 1. American Pit Bull Terrier This dog breed can…
10 Awkward Holiday Pet Photos
As our friends at Awkward Family Photos know, some holiday snapshots are just plain kooky, especially when pets are included.
Why Does My Cat... Eat Food Away From His Bowl?
Does your kitty carry his dinner into a corner to eat? Dr. Marty Becker explains why this odd feline habit is not so strange after all.