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Teach your child to respect cats

March 28th is National Respect your Cat Day. What better time to educate your kiddos on how to be courteous and cautious around their...

Teaching your kids to care for a cat

Engaging and teaching your kids to care for a cat doesn’t have to be a chore. Learn how to make it fun for the...

Understanding your dog’s body language

Animals communicate through body language. You can learn how your dog is feeling just by observing him. Animals talk with their ears, tails and...

Top tips for dogs and kids

Have you ever heard the phrase, ‘never work with kids or dogs’? I always giggle when I hear people say that, because I love...

Can animals help kids learn to read?

Take a look at how dogs and cats are helping kids learn to read. In our age of computer games and smartphones, getting kids to...

Ricochet hangs ten!

Ricochet, a world famous golden who combines surfing with therapy has changed the lives of countless people with special needs. She may look like an...

Chase No Face: The road to recovery is filled with love

Often times, people see injured cats and dogs and automatically think nothing can be done for them. This could have been the case with...

Introducing your dog to a blended family

Your dog is an important member of your family. When that family changes, make sure you help her, your partner, and any children fit...

Tugger: The social media dog star

Meet Tugger, a canine social media star with a special zest for life. Move over, Biebs. There’s a new Facebook phenomenon in town. He’s blonde,...

Dog attacks — “killer dog” or “traumatized victim”?

Dog attacks teach us a lot about the accountability and responsibility of pet parents. These incidents are always tragic, but they're not always the...

How to integrate dogs with kids

Are you a dog parent and planning to have kids or do you already have kids and are planning on getting a dog? Either...

What happens to dogs after a divorce?

When couples separate or divorce, deciding who gets the dog can often turn nasty. The law still regards animals as property, but there are...