What are some of the most common contaminants our pets are exposed to and how can we avoid them?
There are many benefits of having a cat as a pet. They make our lives happier and make us healthier overall. Learn why cats are the #1 pet in the USA.
Recycling Numbers: What Do They Mean? Deciphering How To Sort Based On Those Little Stamped Numbers Underneath
How do I know what the different numbers mean in or underneath the recycling symbol on the bottom of my containers and bottles?
Our beloved pets are family members, so we should treat them with as much respect especially when it comes to feeding and caring for them.
Cats As Predators: Fluffy’s Cute, But She’s Killing Neighborhood Birds Even pet cats can't help their instincts — and bird populations are suffering accordingly
Even pet cats can’t help their predatory instincts. When you set them loose in the neighborhood, local bird populations are bound to suffer.
Nowadays you don’t have to expose your beloved family pets to the harsh synthetic pesticides of yore in the flea collars we give our pets.
For those who want to live a green lifestyle, pets can do more damage to the environment than you might think, so careful planning is key.
Have you ever stopped to think that your pet — and the care and supplies involved with pet ownership — could be damaging to the environment?
If you want a greener pet burial, the backyard might still be the best option, but otherwise opt for aquamation over cremation.
Unfortunately, our beloved dogs and cats do produce shockingly high amounts of greenhouse gases that contribute to global warming…