In honor and observance of Pet Poison Prevention Month, we have researched and compiled a list of 21 human foods dogs can’t eat! Please note that this is not an exhaustive list, so just because a food isn’t listed below doesn’t mean it’s necessarily safe (or advisable) for your dog. Be sure to consult with your veterinarian before treating your dog with human food, and always make sure that treats make up only a small portion of a wholesome and nutritious diet.
We hate to be the bearers of bad news, but winter isn’t over yet! Like it or not, many members of the Cuddle Clones community still have short, blustery days and long, bitterly cold nights ahead. The hazards and perils of this season’s weather are still a very real concern, and this is especially true for our outdoor feline friends! Providing proper care for your pets is already a full-time, year-round job, but winter brings with it a unique set of challenges and considerations to keeping your outdoor cats (and feral cats in your care) safe. However, by following these six cold weather care tips for outdoor cats, you can ensure your furry friends stay warm, safe, and happy all winter long.
What’s not to love about Golden Retrievers? According to the American Kennel Club, these gorgeous, golden-locked good boys and girls are friendly, loyal, intelligent, kid-friendly, and intelligent. However, as any loving and devoted pet parent will tell you, there’s one significant piece of information you need to know about owning a Golden: shedding.
As a pet owner, it is important to be able to recognize this illness and treat your animal as soon as possible. Lyme disease is a widespread infection that can often be mistaken for another dog disease, and without proper information, your best friend's health is in serious jeopardy.
Spring is upon us and as we celebrate its arrival, we must also prepare ourselves for the coming April showers. Before the May flowers sprout, you and your pups have to weather the rain, but that's not necessarily a bad thing. As the wet season approaches, your pups are eagerly waiting for you to let them outside to jump in a puddle or walk in the rain. On the other hand, some dog breeds prefer to stay dry, so we compiled some tips for you to best care for your pet this April.