Recent entries in Tips

5 Halloween Safety Tips for Pets

Halloween can be a fun time for both children and adults: scary costumes, trick-or-treat candy... But it can become a nightmare for your pet. If you have a pet at home, follow these halloween safety tips for pets.

Halloween Costumes for Pets

With Halloween around the corner, pet owners look for the best costumes for pets. Get some tips and ideas for costumes for pets.

Can Dogs Eat Bananas? How Much Banana Can My Dog Eat?

We often hear or read contradictory recommendations on what dogs can or cannot eat and we get confused.

How to Stop a Dog From Eating Too Fast

Eating too fast involves a series of risks for your dog's health. Learn how to stop him from eating too fast with these tips.

Clinton vs Trump: Who Is The Most Animal-Friendly?

If you are an animal lover, these are some major things to know about the candidates and how they address animal welfare.

5 Ways To Help Your Dog Relax

Your dog might be hyperactive or look stressed for many reasons. These are some general recommendations to help him relax in this situations.

Science Agrees: Your Dog is Like a Child to You

Many women say they love their dogs as much as their children. But is it true? A scientific study funded by the Massachusetts General Hospital Center for Comparative Medicine claims that there is in fact a maternal bond between women and their dogs.

£500 Fines If You Don't Microchip Your Dog

From April 6, all dogs over 8 weeks in England, Wales and Scotland are legally required to have a microchip. Otherwise, owners face £500 fines. The purpose of this new law is to make it easier to reunite owners with their dogs.

Cats Belong To The House, Not To The People

Maybe you heard this before. It basically means that dogs always follow their family, while cats sometimes prefer to stay in the house, even if the family moves away. But it's not that simple...

6 Hidden Dangers For Pets At Home

We have lots of products and objects at home that can be very dangerous for our pets. Specially if you have a sneaky one in the family! To protect them, we just need common sense and take some precautions.