Remote workers resist returning to work because they don’t want to leave their dogs behind. They relish the health benefits dogs provide.
A mental health professional can help you secure an ESA pet letter for housing if you live in a place that’s not pet-friendly.
Dogs and coronavirus: Canines unlikely to catch or transmit the virus to people or other animals, World Small Animal Veterinary Association says.
Here are ten facts about dog behavior that may help you understand your pet more and wonder less about sometimes slightly peculiar habits.
Cheap Pricks provides affordable on-site pet wellness services, including vaccines and health care at its first clinic in suburban St. Louis.
Reduce the risk of separation anxiety by preparing your dog to be home alone. Tire your dog out, create a safe space and use toys and treats.
Working to keep your dog fit and healthy is important for dog owners. Feed your dog a healthy diet, and provide exercise and socialization.
Working remotely requires discipline and dedication. Having your dog by your side can add comfort and reduce stress while you’re working.
Keep your dog away from pandemic poison dangers including yeast, bread, coffee, wine, paint, and marijuana.
Survey shows pet parents say their dog has a better social life than they do. More than half say their dog has more friends.