Big cities are fast-paced and fun, and their museums and historical sites are world-famous. But if you’re looking to explore history in a way that’s more personal and slower-paced, countless small towns across the country are ready and waiting to welcome you. And most small towns are warm, family friendly, and pet friendly, so your furkid will be welcome, too!
Soft dog treats are easier for some dogs to manage. Others simply find them tastier. Either way, here are five things to consider when choosin…
As people who have worked remotely in the pandemic plan a return to the office, there are many ways to prepare pets for long days without companionship.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — As controversy raged on over the firing of Tennessee's vaccination leader after state lawmakers complained about efforts to promote COVID-19 vaccination among teenagers, state officials released documents Thursday that for the first time offer other reasons for her dismissal.
BURNSVILLE, Minn. (AP) — Officials in Minnesota said they’re finding more giant goldfish in waterways, prompting a plea to citizens to stop illegally dumping their unwanted fish into ponds and lakes.
ATLANTA (AP) — An exotic cat that was roaming parts of Atlanta has been captured, but the owner is being forced to give up her pet because it's illegal to keep such cats as pets in Georgia.
We may find fireworks beautiful and festive, but they explode like magnified gunfire in the exquisitely sensitive ears of many of our pets.
OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) — A San Francisco Bay Area zoo is inoculating its big cats, bears and ferrets against the coronavirus as part of a national effort to protect animal species using an experimental vaccine.
It's very common for pets to be frightened by fireworks around the Fourth of July. Here are some tips to help ease their anxiety.
From bears taking baths to dogs swimming through the air over air conditioners, the intense heat has led animals, like their human counterpart…
The stress and anxiety brought on by fireworks on the Fourth of July can have lasting effects on your pet.
New Hampshire has become the second state in the nation after Delaware to achieve "no-kill" status at its animal shelters.