Pets make wonderful companions. Learn how to take care of pets, read about common pet behavior issues and injuries and pick up general pet care tips.
It's one of your worst nightmares. Your dog isn't breathing and you can't find his pulse. Do you know what to do to save his life?
Retractable leashes, martingale collars, slip leads, harnesses, choke chains – this dog walking business is way more complicated than you thought. So, with all the options out there, what is the best way to leash your dog?
A hybrid cross between a small Asian leopard cat and a domestic cat, the Bengal cat will keep you busy with its intelligence and active personality. It may even shower with you.
The way to a dog's heart is definitely through a belly rub, but just touching a cat's belly will probably get you a back-leg rabbit kick and a painful vise of teeth and claws.
Goldfish may seem like an easy starter pet, but they do require some basic care so they don't end up in the toilet a few weeks later! We talk with an expert about the three steps every goldfish owner should take.
What do you get when you mix a domestic cat with a wild African serval cat? You get a Savannah cat, which turns out to be a very beautiful but very controversial kitty.
The Maine Coon and the Norwegian Forest are both plus-size breeds of cat, but what are the differences between these feline behemoths?
The belly button is pretty obvious on a human. But what about a dog? Do they have one and if so, where in the world is it?
Any dog lover with allergies knows that the two just don't mix. So which dog breeds are best if you're allergic and still want a four-legged friend?
Persians are famous for their long hair and snub noses. But this is no aloof kitty – they're so friendly, breeders refer to them as "dog cats."
Affectionate and haughty at the same time, the Siamese cat exudes an air of mystery. But it still loves to follow you around.
According to some sources, Lewis Carroll based the smiling Cheshire Cat from his 1865 novel "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland" on the British Shorthair.
There are two types of huskies and they both look an awful lot like malamutes, so it's no wonder people can't tell them apart.
The most remarkable feature of a Munchkin cat is its short legs, though most litters have both normal-legged kittens and short-legged kittens.
Be prepared to ferret-proof your house! These guys are smart and creative little explorers requiring serious adult supervision.
The Shar-Pei is one of the most unusual looking dogs around — that is, if you can find the dog under all those adorable wrinkles.
Known as the dogs of the cat world, Maine Coons are intelligent, eager to please and love water.
Guinea pigs are small, social and way better than hamsters.
The ordinary housecat never seems to get the credit it deserves, even though 95 percent of cats in the U.S. are not purebred. Still these cats have distinctive markings to distinguish them from each other.
Lovebirds make great pets either alone or in pairs and flourish when they're shown lots of affection.
Kittens inherit their coats from their mothers, and no two calico cats look alike. Not even twins.
These wee and fluffy creatures have a bad rap for biting, but you can nip that behavior in the bud with a little training.
In rat-infested New York City, the Ryders Alley Trencherfed Society – R.A.T.S – is on the job and prowling the streets with dogs bred and trained to flush out and dispose of pesky rodents.
That's mainly because they are low-maintenance and surprisingly lovable.
Scratching is a normal feline behavior. That's why many experts advise against putting your cat through a painful and unnecessary declawing procedure.
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