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Best Spring Gear for Dogs

Spring is upon us and more likely than not, your dog is raring to get outside and enjoy the warm(er) weather. We've got the toys and gifts to make this spring one to remember for your four-legged friend, and to help the relationship between you and your pooch blossom to new heights.…

Shake, Rattle or Roll

Think of puzzles for pets as the Sunday crossword and a sweat session at the gym rolled into one. Yes, games for pets not only exercise brainpower but also tap into their wild instinct to hunt down a hidden treat or toy. “If your animal isn’t getting its normal amount of aerobic activity, puzzles can help channel…

As consumers go, our cats can be some of the most critical connoisseurs around. Just when you think you've found the perfect playtime product, your four-legged friend lifts her nose in the air and goes back to shredding your sofa's arms in quiet protest. So if you're looking for a cat toy that can keep your feline happy and engaged, try an interactive toy or catnip classic that will earn a "paws up" from the most refined reviewer. Our friends at Zootoo rounded up some of their favorite fun toys for fussy felines to give your kitty a new spin on playtime. Petlinks Plushy but durable, the Mousefull Refillable Catnip Toy from Petlinks includes a tube of organic catnip to keep even the...

Dogs will chase and scavenge and retrieve, but cats are easily the more natural hunters of the animal kingdom. Cats have a killer instinct. That's why toy mice should be left to cats and cats only, because cats have the killer instinct. They understand that the whole point of a toy mouse is for it to wind up dead. If this poor dog knew that, he wouldn't have that depressed look on his face by the end of this video....

thekellyscope, Flickr Q: We took our puppy to a training class at the local pet store. The trainer handed out a list of dangerous items that we should never give our pets, and on that list was a tennis ball. We thought this was odd. We've had dogs for years and have always thrown tennis balls for them. As a veterinarian, do you see a problem? A: Yes--and no. Our Golden Retriever, Shakira, is a tennis ball addict, and a daily dose of fetch has helped keep her lean and fit well into her senior years. But tennis balls do present a hazard that requires they be used only in supervised conditions. SEE ALSO: Why Does My Dog... Lick and Chew His Feet? The problem is that dogs have strong jaws...