veterinarian examining a sick Rhodesian ridgeback dog

If your dog often tilts their head, has tremors, walks in circles, paralyzes, or has seizures, they may be suffering from a neurological condition. The most common neurological issues in dogs are epilepsy, intervertebral disc disease, Wobbler syndrome, stroke, meningitis, and encephalitis. Not all neurological conditions have the same clinical signs. As a result, they… Read More

cat scratching wall

Cats may scratch the wall for all sorts of reasons. However, the most common reasons are for marking (cats have scent glands in their paws) or to keep their nails healthy. If your cat is scratching the wall, you probably aren’t too happy about it. Cat nails can do plenty of damage on a wall,… Read More

neutered tabby cat sleeping

Spaying and neutering are entirely safe surgical procedures involving the removal of the reproductive organs in cats and dogs. These procedures help thousands of pets worldwide and reduce the number of homeless animals significantly. Thousands of innocent animals get euthanized yearly because of a lack of resources and overpopulation. Breeding and unwanted litters promote this… Read More


Cats have been curious creatures for as long as they’ve been domesticated. Cat lovers everywhere have often wondered about their strange behavior. Some cats are aloof and come out only to use the litter box and eat, while others climb up in their pet parent’s laps and sleep the day away. For most cat owners,… Read More

Dog beside christmas tree

With Christmas approaching, many dog owners want to put up a beautiful tree to enjoy the festive season. However, some dogs can see the Christmas tree as a chew toy— dogs and a tree decorated in sparkly lights aren’t always a good mix. Dogs may take an interest in both artificial or real Christmas trees,… Read More

wedge head siamese cat

It’s finally the weekend, and you noticed that your cats need some new beds. In a moment of genius, you’ve decided it’s time to break out your DIY skills, to learn how to make a cat bunk bed. Space is tight in your tiny apartment, and a bunk bed is an ideal solution for saving… Read More

woman sitting down with two dogs and a cat

Note: This article’s statistics come from third-party sources and do not represent the opinions of this website. It’s no wonder that the US is home to more than 140 million pet owners—animals can bring so much life and joy into households. But which pets do Americans love most? We’ve uncovered some interesting facts about the… Read More

cockapoo vs maltipoo

Designer dog breeds have grown in number and variety since their start in the 1950s, with two popular ones being the Cockapoo and the Maltipoo. Both dogs have Poodle parents, but the most significant difference lies in their other parents—the Cocker Spaniel and the Maltese. Because they have some similar parentage, these two breeds have… Read More

Golden British Shorthair Cat

Golden British Shorthairs are known for their calm and affectionate personalities. They are generally good-natured and get along well with children and other pets, making them an excellent choice for families. They are also low-maintenance cats that require minimal grooming and do well in an apartment or small living space. Read on below to find… Read More

close up of a cavalier king charles spaniel face vs king charles spaniel face

If you want to learn more about Spaniels, understanding the difference between the Cavalier and King Charles Spaniel is a good place to start. The Cavalier King Charles Spaniel and King Charles Spaniel are undoubtedly similar, but their differences make them two separate breeds. Anyone passionate about the two breeds will quickly correct you if… Read More

PGO_neapolitan mastiff vs cane corso

The Neapolitan Mastiff and Cane Corso are extremely large dogs originally bred in Italy. As you might guess from their size, they were both utilized for guarding and protection. They’re quite similar because of their similar backgrounds. However, there are some distinctive differences between them. The Neapolitan Mastiff is much larger, for instance. There are… Read More

white beagle puppy sitting on grass

The DreamWorks animation movie called Mr. Peabody and Sherman is a favorite in many households. This movie features an anthropomorphic dog that goes on adventures with his adopted son Sherman. Mr. Peabody isn’t your average dog, and many fans of this movie have been wondering what type of dog Mr. Peabody is. The movie got… Read More

sled dog racing

Dog sledding has been around for decades, and it was originally intended as a form of transport for indigenous people during winter travels. It has since been used as a form of entertainment and in its modernity, lost its indigenous roots. This has led to cruel practices within the dog sledding community, making dog lovers… Read More

white maine coon cat in gray background

The Maine Coons is a large and beautiful cat with a sweet, quiet disposition. They’re not known for being the most demanding or loud cats. So, does this mean Maine Coons don’t purr, meow, chirp, and trill like other cats? Absolutely not. Just because Maine Coons aren’t typically that loud, they certainly can purr—and loudly,… Read More

woman bathing a cat

As pet parents, we already know that cats are pretty clean creatures. They are constantly cleaning and grooming themselves. Because of this, many cat owners don’t realize that their feline companions need to be bathed on occasion. It’s recommended that you bathe your cat once every 6 weeks, but that depends on a few factors…. Read More

cat knocking and playing with carved wooden chess pieces on a chessboard

One thing cats are known for—even among non-cat owners—is the tendency to knock things off of tables, countertops, and shelves. This funny trait has made its way into movies, cartoons, and numerous internet videos, but does anyone know why? The answer is simple: because they want to. But there are more nuanced reasons that cats… Read More


If you’ve kept freshwater fish at any point, you’ve heard of Betta fish. These fish are coveted for their elegant fins and attractive colors. Males, in particular, are extremely eye-catching and can be the perfect centerpiece of your room if you’re willing to provide appropriate care. There are many things people don’t realize about Bettas,… Read More


Poodles seem practically perfect. They are friendly, active, intelligent, and loving. They have low-shedding, low-allergen coats. You can find poodles of all sizes—from under ten pounds to more than sixty! There’s only one snag—grooming. Although poodle coats are beautiful and low-shedding, their fine, curly hair is prone to matting and needs quite a bit of… Read More