Being stuck at home reinforced the value of pet benefits for most owners. Our dogs provide unconditional love and are great listeners.
Working from home with your dog: Set boundaries, entertain your dog, and train him to understand the new normal.
Hill’s Pet Nutrition study shows pets’ pandemic weight gain fueled by too many treats and not enough exercise.
Adopting a dog during quarantine has clear advantages, but consider your time, housing, and finances before deciding.
As many as three in 10 people with allergies have reactions to cats and dogs, according to the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America.
As we head into this new year, Wrigley offers these quarantine lessons: Turn off your TV and get outside for a walk.
Train your dog at home: Prevent bad habits like barking, biting and chewing by focusing on simple obedience commands. Keep training sessions short and fun.
Dog home alone again? If you’re preparing to go back to work, get your dog ready. To prevent separation anxiety, use training, treats, and a safe space.
Dogs and coronavirus: Canines unlikely to catch or transmit the virus to people or other animals, World Small Animal Veterinary Association says.
A daily dog walk plus a workout with your dog at home is the best way to maintain your shape. Use toys or treats to get your dog involved.