How Behaviorists Can Help You and Your Cat Bond
Feel like you don't understand your cat? A feline behavior expert can help. Here's how.
True Cat Facts
Rumours abound where our feline friends are concerned: cats have nine lives, purr only when happy, and always land on their feet? All distinctly false.
The Basement Litter Box Area
As a cat owner, you’ve probably heard by now that the correct number of litter boxes are important to help create and maintain good litter box habits in your cat household.
How to Teach Your Cat Tricks
You might believe that cats are impossible to train, but really, you can use a similar approach to training a dog.
When is Your Cat Hiding Illness or Injury?
We do our best to take care of our feline friends, but sometimes signs of pain and sickness go unnoticed.
A Dog's Mind
Scientific research is getting closer to determining what actually goes on in our dogs’ minds—with some surprising results.
The Fun and Easy Way to Exercise Super-Energetic Dogs
Do you have a can't-stop, won't-stop kind of canine?
The Rhodesian Ridgeback
The Ridgeback, or African Lion Hound as he is also called, was developed in the Southern regions of Africa.
5 ways to Stimulate Your Stay-at Home Cat
Bored cats can act out with destructive behaviour like chewing, scratching where they aren’t supposed to, waking their humans in the middle of the night, and fighting with their feline housemates.
What You Should Do If You Find A Kitten
Twelve years ago, it seemed like the right thing to do. Janice Dankert found a litter of tiny kittens under her porch and her first response was to scoop them up.
How to Keep Your Cat Entertained
Cats are curious creatures that love to run, climb, hunt and play. Providing entertainment and activities for your cat keeps them healthier and helps reduce unwanted behavior.
Cats That Have a PhD in Napping
Looking at sleeping cats is so soothing... we'd argue it's more relaxing than a cup of tea or the sound of rain!
Tips for Bringing Home a Kitten
Why Cats Lick Everything
Are You Ready for Another Cat?
Catnip and Other Plants Cats Love
VIDEO: 3 Signs Your Cat is Happy
How To Potty Train a Puppy
Why Do Cats Purr?
A Guide to Common Dog Behaviors
Brainteasers for Cats
Study Shows Dogs Mimic Our Behavior
How Important is Obedience Training?
Should I Bring My Puppy to the Dog Park?
How to Clicker Train a Cat
Does Your Dog Hate Doorbells?
Should I Leave My Senior Dog Alone?
VIDEO: Forgot To Get Your Cat A Gift?
New Year's Resolutions for You and Your Cat
Make 2018 the best year ever with resolutions you and your cat will love.
VIDEO: Train Your Dog to Stop Barking
Keeping 'Em Happy: Collies Who Don't Herd
Clicker Training for Cats 101
7 Things That Can Stress Out Your Pet
How To Train A Cat For Proper Play
How Do Dogs Communicate?
Gift Your Pet Safe Spaces For the Holidays
Greens for Cats
Help! My Cat Won't Stop Spraying
Why Does My Dog Eat Rocks, Socks & More?
Why Does My Cat...?
My Cat Won't Stop Meowing At Night
3 Tips for Commuting with Your Dog
Ensure Your Pet Gets the Right Nutrition
The Dish on Canine Nutrition
Senior Dogs, Puppy Behaviors
52 Things We Love About Dogs
4 Signs of a Happy Cat
Ask Morris: Back-to-School Routines
How to Reduce Your Dog’s Stress
How to Keep Cats Off the Counter
How to Tell If Your Dog Wants a Hug
Labor Day Love: Diabetes Alert Dogs
Why Do Dogs Growl?
Help for Back-to-School Blues
10 Fun Stats for Cat Lovers
Get the Stats on All Things Cats
Introducing Dr. Jill's Cat 101 Course
When To Bring Your New Puppy Home
5 Signs Your Dog Loves You
7 Expert Tips for Bringing Fido to the Office
How to Keep Cats off Kitchen Counters
How to Befriend a Cat with Earwax
Decide What You Want in a Dog
How Do I Train a Stubborn Dog?
How Do I Get My Dog to Stop Barking?
My Dog Pees When I Get Home. What Should I Do?
10 Questions to Ask Before Boarding Your Dog
Q&A: Keep your dog's brain stimulated
Dr. Leslie explains the necessity of providing your dog with adequate levels of mental stimulation.
How to Introduce Yourself to a Dog
Dogs are the best people, so it’s only natural to want to smother them with affection when you greet them. Most of them are too nice to say it, but this is actually a terrible way to introduce yourself to a dog. Here’s how to make a more appropriate first impression.