Introducing Your Feline Friend to a New Home

Moving to a new home can be a hectic and stressful situation for anyone, especially a cat. Chances are your feline friend would rather stay nice and cozy in a familiar place than making the move to the great unknown. However, making the right preparations can be the perfect way to make the best change... Read More

Celebrating National Dog Day 2015

Happy National Dog Day! Every year, millions of proud dog owners dedicate an entire day to their pups. National Dog Day is dedicated to spoiling your dog rotten and caring for those less fortunate canines, too. What should you do to celebrate? Think of August 26th as your pet’s second birthday. Dedicate the day to... Read More

A Guide for Raising Your Guinea Pig

Guinea pigs, or cavies, are calm and passive mammals that make adorable and energetic pocket pets. They enjoy a lifespan of about five to seven years and can weigh up to 2.5 pounds. The three common types of guinea pigs include the Smooth-Coated, the Abyssinian and the Peruvian. Their most notable differences are their hair... Read More

Pocket Pets: Gerbils vs. Hamsters

When you walk into a pet adoption center and see the variety of pocket pets available, it’s often difficult to find the perfect one for you. You’ll want a pet that suits your lifestyle needs while providing for theirs. Be aware of the types of pocket pets available and basic care facts before investing in... Read More

Caring for Your Pet Sugar Gliders

As far as exotic pocket pets go, sugar gliders are one of the more playful, affectionate and loyal types that really enjoy hanging out with you. Once they’ve bonded with their human friends, they’re all fun. Sugar gliders can live up to 15 years, making them a long-term investment. While they’re not the most difficult... Read More

6 Steps for Basic Rabbit Care

Pet rabbits are definitely cute and cuddly and provide great company for any pet-friendly person. They make exceptional house pets when cared for properly. If you’re considering adopting a pet rabbit, make sure to have space for him/her to roam. You’ll want to have access to a veterinarian specializing in rabbit care, too. Remember, rabbits... Read More

Bird Caring Tips for Your New Feathered Friend

lf you’re looking to adopt a bird but have limited space and access to outdoor activity time, a bird may be a great option. Know that every pet has various needs to take into consideration and none should be taken for granted. Being a bird parent can be a highly rewarding experience, so before adopting... Read More