Boundaries, folks. Boundaries.
behavior & body language
Tail wagging? Ear pinning? It all means something. We’ll show you how to understand your pet (and communicate with them) with guides to decode the weirdest body language and behavior.
Not all fearful dogs have been mistreated.
In this excerpt from her new book, Purr: The Science of Making Your Cat Happy, animal behaviorist Zazie Todd shares science-backed insights into our cats’ moods.
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Sudden scratching? Finicky food eater? Loose poop? Whatever pet health question is on your mind, our veterinary pros are here to help.
When your dog growls, they’re expressing their emotions. A study found that you’ll likely be able to understand what they’re feeling.
Between actual cats, people.
Also called the “propeller wag” or “helicopter tail”, this behavior is a surefire way to tell that a dog is happy.
A dog trainer shares her pro (and personal) #vanlife tips.
No, they’re not on the lam. Here are four reasons your cat might be MIA.
Surprise: It doesn’t always mean they’re happy.
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If hypothyroidism is to blame, it’s best not to let sleeping dogs lie.
A psychologist explains how stimulating scents can influence a dog’s behavior.
Turns out, the teenage years aren’t just tough for humans — they can be rough on dogs, too.
A new study confirms our pets can have heartbreaking reactions to the loss of a canine companion.
Looks aren’t everything, but they can talk.
No, cats don’t always land on their feet.