woman of the year

Meet the top Pet Industry Woman of the Year - Dani McVety!

Category: NewsBite
Dani McVety, DVM, Lap of Love Veterinary Hospice more

How Chiropractic, Acupuncture & Massage Therapy Can Dramatically Improve Your Dog’s Life

Category: Health
Is your dog in pain? Maybe you haven’t considered it before but alternative, holistic treatments like acupuncture, massage therapy, and chiropratic are increasingly being used to solve a whole host of canine problems. Once the preserve of humans patients, these age-old therapies with New Age panache are steadily encroaching into the animal kingdom. Some of the success stories are so astounding they may make a willing participant of even the staunchest Western medicine adherent. more

This Bulldog With A Cleft Palate Is Making A Big Difference

Category: Inspire
Deborah Pack is the kind of teacher we all wish we had. During her nearly two-decade-long career, Pack, who recently retired, placed enormous emphasis on teaching her preschool students about love, kindness, compassion and acceptance—with help from some very special assistants along the way. more

Want To Win $100,000 For The Shelter You Adopted Your Pet From?

Category: Dog Life
As any pet owner can attest, bringing an animal into our lives changes it completely—for the better. Their unfaltering, unconditional love holds invaluable importance, and more often than not, there's a great story to accompany it! For the fourth consequtive year, the Petco Foundation wants to hear your adoption stories giving you a chance to win big. The winning stories receive donations to the shelter from which they adopted their best friend, with prizes running all the way up to $100,000! Now that's generosity. more

Choosing The Best Dog Bed For Your Dog

Category: Dog Life
Choosing the right bed for your dog may sound like a simple task but it’s more complicated than one may think. If you’ve ever had the experience of choosing a cute new dog bed only to discover your dog will lie anywhere but there, you know what we’re talking about. Dogs, like us, are all different and have unique preferences when it comes to their beds. And if you consider the fact that the average dog sleeps 14 hours a day (for puppies and large breeds, this number could be more like 17 or 18 hours a day!), you’ll want to make sure your pup has the perfect-for-her spot to snooze. more


Dog of the Week!

Meet: Ms. Bailey