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Let’s talk about both the little things and big moments of life with pets. Like exercise routines, pet-sitter checklists, pet-safe plants…and how much it all costs.

Woman kissing her small white dog at home.

There’s a scientific reason for this impulse.

A dog sitting in car at drive in movie.

Give your pup a taste of the good old days and take in a flick at one of these dog-friendly drive-ins.

Woman with her two dogs outside.

People love to be nosy. Here’s how to fend them off—because you’re happy, dang it!

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Pet health question that’s not an emergency? Our vet team will answer over email within 48 hours. So, go ahead, ask us about weird poop, bad breath, and everything in between.

Woman hugging her large white and brown dog.

Pets reduce loneliness in humans, but sometimes it’s hard to tell if things work the other way around.

Australian Shepherd on a hill during golden hour

Time to get your gear—and your pup—ready to go.

A Burma breed cat on a leashed harness sitting near a feet of a girl at a pedestrian crossing.

Adventure Cats author Laura Moss’s step-by-step guide for hitting the streets with your cat.

Woman having fun on the beach with her small black and white dog.

It does have something to do with dogs, believe it or not.

Woman sitting on couch, frustrated with her small dog.

If you’re feeling stressed or sad after bringing home a young pup, you’re not alone.

Woman walking her Labrador retriever dog outdoors.

Some places are harder on the wallet than others.

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Every pup parent loves a fun astrology moment.

Golden retriever running around a local park during sunset

Sure, microchips can feel a little 1984. But if your pup has a chip, they’re four times more likely to make it home if they get lost.

people celebrating fourth of july with dog safely, fourth of july safety tips for pets

This holiday should be for fireworks and grill-outs—not trips to the ER.

Labrador Retriever and Dachsund playing with a stick at the beach shoreline

Pro tips to keep your pup safe, happy, and exercised during the warmer months.

A man brushing his cat outside.

Turns out, it’s not an annoyance— it’s an opportunity to get creative.

Woman watching tv with her small dog at home.

Unlike your beau, your pup won’t interrupt the film to ask questions.