Read this article to explore America’s favorite pets, including cats, dogs, fish, reptiles, and nontraditional pets. Learn the reasons behind their popularity and discover the trends in pet ownership that have emerged during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Are there more cats or dogs in the world? This article provides an in-depth analysis of the global populations of cats and dogs, comparing the number of pets in different regions of the world and exploring the reasons why people prefer one species over the other.
Dogs instinctively dig at their beds for a number of reasons. From comfort and nesting to anxiety and stress relief, we explore the habits that make dogs dig at their bed, as well as the potential benefits of this behavior.
Dogs can eat apple skin if it is properly prepared. Learn about the pros and cons of feeding apple skin to dogs, as well as important do’s and don’ts.
Treating ringworm in dogs at home is possible. Learn the effective methods for treating this fungal infection in your pet, such as bathing your dog regularly, keeping their environment clean, applying an antifungal cream, using tea tree oil, and giving them supplements.
This article explores what is the most popular pet in the world by comparing popular pets around the world, analyzing preferences of pet owners in different countries, investigating history and evolution of the most popular pet, examining benefits and drawbacks of owning it, and highlighting its unique characteristics.
This article explores the proper dosage of hydrogen peroxide for inducing vomiting in dogs, weighing the risks and benefits of this method.
Coconut oil has many potential benefits for dogs, including skin care. But is it safe to use? Learn more about the pros, cons and uses of coconut oil for dog skin.
Are you looking for ways to keep your dog out of your flower bed? Here are five effective solutions to keep dogs away from flower beds, including installing a fence, planting prickly plants, using chicken wire or netting, spraying with commercial repellent, and training your dog.