First discovered in Mexico, the Chihuahua is best known for being the smallest dog breed in the world. Extremely loyal to its owner, the breed has recently become a popular culture icon in the United States, most notably Paris Hilton's Chihuahua,...
Not all protein is created equal, and unfortunately, it can be difficult for cat owners to determine whether the percent protein that appears on a food’s guaranteed analysis will actually meet their cat’s needs.
Whether you have a large yard space or a small windowsill, you can grow a healing garden for your cat or dog. Most of these plants are simple to grow and inexpensive to boot. Even better, many double as home remedies for you and your family. READ MORE
Like their owners, a pet’s health can also benefit by eating healthier foods and finding the right medical care when it is needed. However, this medical care need not always be traditional in nature. READ MORE
More people are turning to natural remedies for both themselves and their pets. While nothing can replace the expertise of your local vet, there are many natural remedies to combat common cat ailments. READ MORE
Just because you’re driving around Nissan Leaf that gets 100 miles per charge, or have an organic garden in your backyard and solar panels on your roof doesn’t mean you should stop exploring more ways to reduce your carbon footprint. READ MORE
The use of poisons as a way to eliminate a rodent infestation is an ongoing concern for pet owners, but cats are especially at risk of an accidental and possibly fatal ingestion. Whether in the home or at a boarding facility, the use of potentially lethal pest control methods is a seriously safety consideration for the wellbeing of the pet. However, there are greener alternatives. READ MORE
DID YOU KNOW ?
You can reduce your cat’s carbon footprint.
There are environmentally friendly cat litters.
Pet toys can be recycled and reused.
You can make your own cat food at home from locally produced ingredients.
Pet waste can be disposed of in an eco-friendly way.