Gifts that give back
A holiday gift guide for animal lovers
For many of us, the best part of the holidays is making big meals to share with family. For pet parents, it can be tempting to share parts of this meal with our furry companions, but many foods we enjoy can be harmful to our pets.
Learn which festive foods are safe to enjoy with your pets, and which are better left on your plate.
Kittens and puppies are adorable, but older animals are equally ready to be your new best friend!
November is National Adopt a Senior Pet Month and we're taking this time to highlight a few of the reasons why adopting a senior pet might be the best decision you could ever make.
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Want to share a little holiday cheer with your dog? While traditional festive ingredients aren't always safe for your dog to consume, you can DIY your own treats for your dog to enjoy.
In this video, you'll learn how to make a tasty treat that your pup will be thankful for. Made with all safe and seasonal ingredients, these pumpkin pie dog treats are the perfect addition to your next holiday meal.
Interested in what other foods your dog can enjoy? Check out our list of festive foods your pets can enjoy, too!
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