New York City isn’t called the concrete jungle for no reason. Because although the city is filled with high-rises, buildings and brownstones galore, there are still plenty of great places for our four-legged friends to walk and run around. Not only does New York City have over 1,700 parks across its five boroughs, it also has over 12,750 miles of sidewalks to walk on. However, not all of it makes for an ideal place your pooch. For this reason, we’ve compiled a list of the 10 best places to take your pup on a stroll.
The holidays are a joyous and exciting time of the year filled with parties and presents galore. But at the same time, it can be extremely stressful for the entire family, and that includes our beloved pets. It’s one of the busiest seasons of the year, which can result in being forgetful and careless about making sure that home is a safe environment for your cats. Don’t let the stresses of the holidays overwhelm you so much that your four-legged friend are endangered. Here are some of the top dangers to avoid this time of the year. Read More
Having a dog is a huge responsibility to say the least. From making sure they’re properly fed to keeping them strong and healthy, there are endless things to worry about when it comes to making sure your furry friend lives a long and happy life. At the very top of that list is insuring your dog is getting the proper amount of exercise and for a majority of pet owners that means taking your dogs on regular walks.
Although it may seem like a relatively simple task, hiring a dog walker is not as easy as it sounds. There are countless things to consider when finding someone trustworthy enough take your dog out while you’re away. And it isn’t just about finding a reliable dog walking service or walker — it’s about making sure you’ve found the right match for your pet and that your four-legged friend feels comfortable with their new walking companion.
Thanksgiving is almost here again, which means one thing: food, food and more food. From 30-lb turkeys and honey-baked hams to buttery biscuits and creamy mashed potatoes, there’s no end to the different kinds of food you’ll be consuming on this gluttonous holiday. And for most families, this feast doesn’t just stop with their human members — it includes the furry kids, too. You might think that it’s completely safe to treat your pet with a table scrap or two, but in actuality, you might be harming your dog or cat more than you know. Foods that you love to eat might be toxic to your pets, causing sickness or even death. Before you slip something off your plate and into your pet’s mouth, take some time to educate yourself on the foods you should absolutely not share with your pets this Thanksgiving.