How pet parents keep their cool
Double the trouble or double the fun? Dog trainer Lindsay Hamrick weighs in.
When you realize your home or lifestyle is not a good fit for your pet, you’re put in an unenviable position. But it doesn’t have to be a lose-lose.
Cat behaviorist Jennifer Van de Kieft on what’s normal and what’s not.
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Let’s be real. Caring for your pet can be both a magical time and a total nightmare. Whether you’re a new pet parent or need to brush up on the basics, we’re here to help with our pet parent to-dos.
Wellness devotee Danielle Sobel on creating customizable supplements, making life easier for pet parents, and supporting local rescues.
Pets deserve some self care, too.
From taking them to the vet more often to giving them a hand with grooming, older kitties need a little extra TLC.
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“Having dogs, rescue dogs, is not always convenient or comfortable — you have to get used to being uncomfortable. But it’s so worth it. The love is immeasurable.”
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