Despite the benefit of a fur coat, your dog or cat still feels the colder temperatures. “Like humans, they’re not meant to withstand extremely cold conditions,” says Inga Fricke, director of sheltering initiatives and outreach for the Humane Society of the United States. “Our rule of thumb is if it’s …keep reading
There are few things in this world as adorable as a puppy or kitten. It’s insanely difficult to stare into one’s soulful eyes and not take it home with you immediately. But as tempting as it might be to grab it (plus as many of its littermates as you can …keep reading
From extreme weather to power outages, the impact of emergency situations is hard to predict. You may know what to do and where to go if you hear a warning siren—but what should you do with your pets? We got some tips from experts Dr. Deborah Mandell, pet safety advisor …keep reading
It’s a scary thought, but what if your pet were to run away or get lost?
Thwarting escapes before they happen is the best defense, says Bonnie Hale, owner of Lost Pet Specialist. “In most cases, people have neglected to do basic things that could reduce the animal’s …keep reading
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