A Texas man is living with a whole litter of golden retrievers plus another one who was set to be put down.
Save money on expensive toys and let your cats play in empty cardboard boxes instead.
A OnePoll survey of 2,00 pet owners found that 81% of people are happy to stay at home for the holidays with their pets.
It can be tricky to understand the behavior of cats, especially when it comes to why they love to sit on laptops so much.
Wondering how to save money on pet ownership? Yair Ben-Dor has some ideas.
Recent surveys show that the No. 1 preventative health issue in American dogs today is obesity.
It is common for families to include their pets in the holiday celebrations by giving them a taste of their favorite dishes. However, there are some traditional holiday foods that can be quite harmful to your pet.
If your friend already treats your pet like royalty, a custom pet portrait from Purr & Mutt is the perfect holiday gift.
These cute catnip "joints" from Meowijuana contain the perfect single-serving for a fun afternoon. Plus, it might help your friend’s cat relax during the holiday party commotion.
If you’re celebrating the holidays far away from your favorite pet parent, send this Cheryl’s box to cover both gifts in one.
Wild One is known for their cool modern harnesses and leashes, but they also make toys that are just as chic. This kit is the perfect gift.
Cat scratchers aren’t always the most attractive piece of furniture, but this cactus-shaped scratching post is absolutely adorable.
These fresh baked dog cookies from Claudia’s Canine make treat time feel a little fancier. At just $10.99, they’re the perfect stocking-stuffer.
A dog in a sweater is always cute. A dog in a Santa sweater is even cuter. This Peruvian hand-knitted fair trade festive sweater is probably nicer than the one in your closet, but giving is the spirit of the holiday.
You might finally win over your friend’s aloof cat with this challenging cat scratcher puzzle toy from BaxterBoo.
It's the feline equivalent of being 120 human years old.
More than 45 million Americans own a cat. Here are the 25 most popular breeds.
When looking to adopt a pet, an older dog or cat could be a good option. Buzz60’s Keri Lumm shares the results of a new study conducted by OnePoll on behalf of Stella & Chewy’s.
A study of nearly 14,000 dogs found that non-social fears in dogs are related to their lifestyle, environment, and breed.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, 2 in 5 Americans chose to welcome a feline friend into their household. Stacker examined YouGov data on cat breeds and presented the 25 most popular in America.
Dog owners are fans of two pet names — and they’re now the most popular in the United States.
Online pet-care website Rover.com has conducted a study of the most popular cat names in the US this year.
Apparently not content with being a popular rapper, owning his own record label, publishing a cookbook and launching a clothing line, Snoop Dogg now wants to dress… your actual dog.
Cat owners can't get enough of two pet names, and they now rank as the most popular in the United States.