Need some inspiration for our Pet Costume Contest? Check out these 18 super adorable DIY pet costume ideas for Halloween!
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Include your furry friend in this year’s Halloween celebrations by crafting a handmade costume for your dog or cat. Just be sure to use only soft, lightweight materials . . . → Read More: 18 DIY Pet Costumes for Halloween
You’ve traveled this route many times. Your footsteps are on automatic pilot and your dog is tired of smelling the same patches of grass. You continue your daily walks sticking as closely to the same path like a beagle honing in on a scent because your dog needs exercise for his health and as an . . . → Read More: 10 Fun Ways to Exercise Your Dog
FOR YOUR FAVORITE ENTRY IN OUR 2014 PET COSTUME CONTEST
The entries have been submitted and you only have a few more days to cast your vote!
Check out our contest entries for our 2014 Halloween Pet Costume Contest and vote for your favorite. You can vote once daily through November 14th.
. . . → Read More: Please Vote!
We wanted to wish you and your pet a wonderful Halloween Holiday! Here are some tips on keeping your pet safe during tonight’s festivities. And don’t forget to take a photo for your pet in their Halloween costume and upload to our photo contest on our homepage.
10 Halloween Safety Tips for Pets
Halloween can . . . → Read More: Happy Halloween!
Halloween is coming up fast. Do you have your Pet’s costume ready to go?!
Last year we received some great entries so we can’t wait to see what you come up with this year! Stop by the week of Halloween and have your pet’s photos taken or upload your photo to our website’s home page.
. . . → Read More: Our 2nd Annual Halloween Pet Costume Contest
Wanted to share some fun to start off your Saturday morning. May you find something to do this weekend that makes you as happy as this Pug in his ball pit. Enjoy!
Dr. Franklin and Dr. Earp accepting the ice bucket challenge!
Many common household items can pose a threat to our animal companions—even some items specifically meant for pets could cause health problems.
To protect your pet, simply use common sense and take the same precautions you would with a child.
Although rodent poisons and insecticides are the most common sources of companion animal poisoning, the . . . → Read More: Common Household Dangers for Pets
Getting ready to add a new dog to your household? We found some good tips from The Humane Society on how to make this new addition a successful one!
The key to helping your new dog make a successful adjustment to your home is being prepared and being patient. . . . → Read More: Bringing Your New Dog Home
As you enjoy the next couple of days of beautiful spring weather working in your yard, we have few tips for from The Humane Society on helping out the wild animals in the neighborhood.
Spring Forward — for Wildlife
The first two baby squirrels of the season arrive at the Cape Wildlife Center. These . . . → Read More: Spring Forward — for Wildlife