Expert Q&A: Cats and Protein
Our in-house vet Dr. Leslie explains the best types of protein for your kitty's diet.
Why Cats Lick Everything
Cats lick themselves and their food bowl clean, but they lick a lot of weird stuff too. Here's why.
Are You Ready for Another Cat?
How to tell if your cat wants a buddy, how to choose the right friend, and how to arrange a meet-cute between them.
Why Your Dog Adores His Veggies
Dogs love eating healthy, delicious veggies. Discover why canines love farm-fresh produce.
How to Maintain Your Pet's Skin and Coat
Dr. Leslie explains how proper diet and nutrition can help promote healthy skin for your pet.
How Much Wet Food Should I Feed My Cat?
Our expert, Dr. Leslie, spills on how much wet food cats should eat.
INFOGRAPHIC: Can My Dog Eat That?
Most dogs will happily eat human food, but some can be bad or even dangerous for your dog’s health.
A Guide to Common Dog Behaviors
Discover why your dog does the things that drive you crazy, and what you can do about it.
VIDEO: How to Make Feeding Fun
Variety is the spice of life. Even for our feline friends. This episode of Caturdays explains.
The Ultimate Guide to Cat Dental Health
Dr. Leslie doles out advice for busy pet parents on keeping up with kitty dental care.
Study Shows Dogs Mimic Our Behavior
Be careful – your dog is copying your emotional responses to people and things!
VIDEO: How To Tell If Your Cat Is Sick
It can be hard to tell if your cat is sick. Learn about the signs in this Caturdays episode.
Pet Food 101
Being a stellar pet parent means choosing the right food for your furry friend. Here's how.
What to Know About Dogs and Eye Injuries
Many things can contribute to eye injuries, so it's important to know common signs of eye infection or damage.
How to Choose a Veterinarian
If you’re looking for a new vet or just curious if your current one is right, here’s what you should know.
What's the Difference Between Cat Food and Dog Food, Really?
Should you be cautious about keeping your dog and cat from eating each other's food? Find out here.
How to Start Your Dog on Grain-Free Food
Fido going grain-free? Here's how to safely transition your pup onto his new diet.
Should I Leave My Senior Dog Alone?
This is a valid, and surprisingly common concern for many dog parents.
New Year's Resolutions for You and Your Cat
Make 2017 the best year ever with resolutions you and your cat will love.
10 New Year's Resolutions for You & Your Dog
Are you and your dog ready for the New Year? Check out these resolutions for you to do together.
Can Dogs Eat Nuts?
Dogs love nuts, but many aren't good for them — and some may be toxic. Here's which ones to avoid.
Keeping 'Em Happy: Collies Who Don't Herd
You don't have to live on a farm to keep your herding dog connected to his ancestral instincts.
Litter Box Relapse or UTI?
If your kitty is acting strangely, your vet is the best person to help sort out what's going on.
Easing Anxiety for Pets with Cancer
Dr. Leslie explains how you and your furry buddy can stay calm if he is diagnosed with cancer.
7 Things That Can Stress Out Your Pet
Is your pet stressed out? Here are some surprising things that could be the cause.
Cat Health and Urinary Behavior
Recognizing irregular behavior is a common method pet owners use to determine if their cat may be sick or in pain.
Gift Your Pet Safe Spaces For the Holidays
The holidays are stressful for pets. Ease anxiety with safe spots where furry friends can hang out.
How to Bathe a Dog with Sensitive Skin
Is your dog sensitive? Here's how to keep him clean without irritating his skin.
Why Does My Dog Eat Rocks, Socks & More?
Wonder why your dog eats weird stuff? Dr. Leslie explains and tells us how to stop this behavior.
Why Does My Cat...?
Cats have their quirks. One expert tells us why our feline friends do some of the things they do.
5 Steps to Having a Greener Pet
These eco-friendly pet care ideas can help reduce your pet's carbon pawprint.
The Benefits of Spaying and Neutering
The decision to spay or neuter your pet may be the best decision for your pet’s overall health.
How Pets Can Improve Your Baby's Life
Pets not only take adorable pictures with your baby, they can also improve her life and health.
Ensure Your Pet Gets the Right Nutrition
Choosing a pet food can feel daunting. Our expert makes the decision easier.
The Dish on Canine Nutrition
How can you know if your pup is getting adequate nutrition? Dr. Leslie explains.
How To Choose The Best Dental Treat
Some dental treats are better than others. Our expert gives advice on choosing the best one.
Senior Dogs, Puppy Behaviors
As dogs get older, you won’t just see changes in appearance or stamina. You’ll also see changes in behavior.
4 Signs of a Happy Cat
You know your cat is healthy, but is she happy? Here are four ways to gauge your kitty's happiness.
Labor Day Love: Diabetes Alert Dogs
Medical alert dogs work hard every day. Here's how they impact the lives of people with diabetes.
Why Do Dogs Growl?
Growling is a canine warning which, roughly translated, means, “Hey, I don’t like that."
What To Do If Your Pet Is Injured
They could be in pain, scared, or confused, so it's important to act appropriately to ensure they get the help they need.
How a Pet a Day Keeps the Doctor Away
Pets may just be the best medicine. Learn how they make us healthier, happier and better people.
Summertime Safety for Your Dog
Fun in the sun can hold hidden doggie dangers. Avoid a trip to the emergency vet with these tips.
5 Signs Your Dog Loves You
Ever wonder if your dog really loves you? Check out these 5 signs to know for sure!
7 Expert Tips for Bringing Fido to the Office
Tips to make your dog's first day on the job the best.
Prevent Heartworm with Regular Testing
Many dog owners have heard of heartworm disease but may not fully understand how the disease develops.
Ringworm and Your Pet
Knowing the facts about ringworm and how to prevent this skin condition from spreading is crucial.
4 Convenient Ways to Keep Your Dog Fit
Short on time? Here are a few easy ways to keep your dog (and yourself) in great shape!
Kidney Disease In Dogs and Cats
It is important to know your pet’s normal eating and drinking habits so you are more likely to detect any dietary abnormalities.
Why Does My Dog Love Peanut Butter?
Our vet expert Dr. Leslie reveals why dogs go nuts for a scoop of PB (and possibly J)!
5 Causes of Bad Doggy Breath
We’re unlocking the mysteries of doggy breath to help your pup to be cuddle ready.
7 Tips to Help Support Your Dog’s Agility
Your dog certainly doesn’t have to be an obstacle course champ to have champion-level agility skills.
6 Ways To Help Support Your Dog's Immune System
Here are six ways to help support your aging dog’s immune system so he can be as friendly as he likes!
What Should I Feed My Older Dog?
Our resident vet, Dr. Leslie, has a few tips for keeping your dog a keen, lean, fun machine.
6 Ways to Help Keep Your Dog’s Joints Healthy
Whether we like it or not, we all know that as we age, things that were once easy become more difficult.
5 Tips to Help Freshen Your Dog's Breath
Canine kisses are the best—if your dog’s breath is as fresh as a spring morning.
Meet the Pet Experts: Dr. Jill & Dr. Leslie
Leslie and Jill have dedicated their careers to enriching the lives of America’s pets and pet parents.
How Do I Train a Stubborn Dog?
The good news is most stubborn dogs are smart dogs and enjoy learning games.
How Do I Get My Dog to Stop Barking?
Unwanted barking is one of the most common and difficult dog behaviors to change.
8 Ways to Help Your Older Dog Feel Young
Here are some tips that will make your dog’s later years truly golden.
How Do I Clean My Spaniel’s Ears?
Spaniels' dark, warm earflaps trap debris and earwax, providing an ideal environment for bacteria and yeast to flourish.
Can Dogs Eat Pumpkin?
It’s a question that Dr. Leslie, our resident vet expert, gets asked every year.
Can I Feed My Dog Turkey?
Can our furry family members nibble on some of the delightful table treats, such as turkey?
Ask the Expert: Do Dogs Get Depressed in Winter?
Find out if dogs suffer from seasonal affective disorder or depression during the winter.