Over the river and through the woods, to the emergency vet you go? Although it might be the last stop you want to make on Christmas Day, insurance claims received by Veterinary Pet Insurance Co. (VPI) for Christmas Day 2008 showed that pet accidents happen every day of the year. Top Five Christmas Day Claims … Read More about Top 5 Reasons for a Vet Visit on Christmas Day
Looking for a recipe for a special Hanukkah dog treat? The pet-friendly Loews Hotels has prepared a holiday menu of treats for their four-legged guests as part of their “Houndly Holidays” package–including Lassie Latkes for Hanukkah. The recipe is courtesy Loews Hotels Executive Chef Mark Ehrler.
Cats and scratching go, well, paw in paw. A natural behavior for cats, in the wild cats have a whole array of items to carry out their scratching instincts on. When in your house, your cat still has those same scratching instincts…he’s just looking for something to scratch (and if it just so happens to … Read More about Redirecting Cat Scratching
Recently DogTipper had the opportunity to interview Dr. Mehmet Oz, host of “The Dr. Oz Show,” and we asked him about how families can keep children healthy when they add a new pet to their family. According to Dr. Oz, We go through this every year. I think we have five cats, a puppy dog … Read More about Keeping Kids Healthy Around a New Pet
Looking to save a little money on cat toys? You’ll find plenty of playtime fun in your pantry and junk drawer, items that can create hours of fun for your feline: Laser beams have been all the rage as cat toys the last few years (but you do have to make sure you don’t shine … Read More about Making Cat Toys
Does watching dog shows like The National Dog Show on Thanksgiving Day make you fall in love with a particular breed…and one that’s out of your reach financially? While the cost of some breeds may be beyond your budget these days, there’s no need to give up on your dreams thanks to the numerous breed-specific … Read More about Locating Purebred Rescue Organizations