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There are many holiday plants that we enjoy this time of year. Although our friends and family love them, some can be toxic to our pets. Find out how toxic these plants are, the symptoms your pet ingested one and what you can do as a pet parent.

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Pet Parents

This holiday season, choose a gift that recognizes the special bond between pets and their parents. Check out our extensive list of gift ideas you can give the cat and dog lovers in your life.

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Pet Parents

These gifts are guaranteed to make tails wag and pet parents smile, maybe even tear up a little bit!

Illustration of a dog biting a cord from a Christmas tree

Duke’s family thought the wild days of puppy misadventures were long behind him. At four years old, he’d settled into the lifestyle of the perfect pet.
When they heard him cry out in pain, they were shocked to find him in another room with a chewed electrical cord in his mouth. Duke had urinated and defecated immediately after the accident and was hiding from his owners. He wouldn’t let them look at his mouth.

Costumed dog on a trick or treating adventure with kids

Halloween can be the spookiest night of the year, but keeping your pets safe doesn’t have to be scary. Take these simple steps to keep your pet happy and healthy during spooky season.

A veterinarian is checking on a a kitten at her office.

Diabetes is on the rise in cats. In this article, you’ll learn what causes it, the symptoms, treatments, prevention and if it’s reversible.