Pets

Strange but true facts from Lissa Lucas and Traci Torres, the experts at My Pet Chicken
Safe and simple home remedies that protect your pooch's health
Take care of your pet—and the planet—with these natural and eco-friendly finds
A new report finds hazardous chemicals are still being used in flea and tick collars.
It’s hard to avoid salmonella in dog food, but not unhealthy ingredients.
Our pets deserve organic products, too.
Taking a holistic approach to caring for your pets
Pampering your pet can be healthy with these homemade dog treats.
A new study shows that buying a dog may keep your family in better shape.
Keeping your dog fit will likely do the same for you.
Removing pet urine stains and odors can save your furniture, your carpets, and a little cash.
3 lifesaving tips from an ER vet who's seen it all
Get the facts straight to keep your pet safe.
Hundreds of common garden plants are potentially harmful to animals.
Feed cats and dogs fresh produce, and they will reap the health benefits.
Dogs are healthiest when they "eat the rainbow."
Why your pet food should should also be whole food.
A four-legged or feathered friend can ease stress, improve your nutrition, and more.
Your pup deserves a chew that won't wreak havoc on his health
Don't let fireworks, chocolate, or grill cleaners spell disaster for your pet this summer holiday season.
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