Three million lost pets are picked up by animal control agencies each year. Most that make it back to their owners have been identified and reunited through tags, tattoos or microchips.
What happens to our animal companions when family dynamics shift? Learn how others have navigated the changes and worked out shared custody.
Ear infections disrupt your four-legged friend’s health and well-being. Integrative veterinarian Dr. Matthew Heller offers helpful, holistic advice.
Walking down the aisle with one’s beloved—and beloved pet—is a popular way to tie the knot.
Dogs can get into the darnedest messes. These helpful tips—including a natural skunk odor remover formula and flea and mosquito repellants--make clean-up easier, on both sides of the tub.
Animal shelters are joining the green movement, with LEED-certified facilities that save energy and resources while keeping animals healthier and more comfortable.
Nobody wants to eat the same thing, day in and day out—not even the dog. Variety brings interest to the bowl and makes for a healthier, happier pet.
Whether they crawl, swim, hop or fly, speak, make other sounds or stay silent, many small wonders can make ideal pets.
Veterinary acupuncture is used to treat conditions ranging from muscle injuries and paralysis to arthritis and neurologic, gastrointestinal and reproductive disorders.
Offering lessons for humanity, unlikely animal friends—cats and birds; bears, lions and tigers—demonstrate that when basic needs are met, the instinct to protect or play can trump the urge to grab, neglect or fight.