Pay Attention to the Way Your Pet Sleeps

Pay Attention to the Way Your Pet Sleeps

Whether you’re a proud dog or cat owner, you may wonder what your pet’s would say if they could. Our fur-balls can’t talk, but their body language says more than enough. You can learn a lot just by paying attention to your four-legged friend’s sleeping position. Our friends at Sleep Advisor conducted some research to see what your

5 Lessons That My Cats Taught Me

5 Lessons That My Cats Taught Me

The best lessons in life can be learned by living with and observing cats. Cats are great companions but they don’t just provide comfort, cats can really teach us a lot about how we go about living our best lives. Here are 5 lessons that my cats have taught me.   1. When it comes to failure, have

Animal Sleeping Habits Explored – Infographic

Animal Sleeping Habits Explored – Infographic

Sleeping habits can vary widely among members of the animal kingdom. You may be surprised at how much some animals sleep, and how little others do. If you are interested in learning more about some of the more curious sleeping habits within the animal kingdom, why not check out this fascinating infographic courtesy of the team at Greyhounds

Melatonin for Dogs

Melatonin for Dogs

This week’s guest post comes from Dr Sarah Robinson. Sarah attended veterinary school at Oklahoma State University receiving a DVM in 2008. Sarah’s longtime interest is to help people to better communicate with their pet companions, and in doing so, to help them to strengthen their relationships with their dogs and cats. Does your dog suffer from an anxiety-related disorder

6 Benefits of Positive Reinforcement Dog Training

6 Benefits of Positive Reinforcement Dog Training

This week we have a guest article written and provided by Joe of Best Dog Crates and Beds. Best Dog Crates and Beds is a leading resource in dog training tips, advice, and dog product reviews. Follow them on Twitter @BDogCratesNBeds.  Some people believe that positive reinforcement dog training does not work as well as aversive or punishment training. There are