Recent research has found that having a family dog helped the emotional and social development of young children.
These reminders are perfect for sharing with pet parents for National Pet Fire Safety Day.
A new study explores how pets' health has been impacted by stay-at-home orders.
Many pet food manufacturers invested a large chunk of capital into an increased advertising presence—but would an increase in ads be a worthwhile venture for pet retailers?
A new survey reveals how the Pets in the Classroom program has benefitted students, even while learning virtually.
Sled dogs like Huskies and Malamutes have been around much longer than previously thought, according to researchers.
It's common knowledge that dogs are scared of fireworks, but where does that behavior come from?
With multiple animals in the U.S. testing positive for the virus, the agency is recommending social distancing guidelines for pets.
In order to safely enjoy summer fun, pets need sunblock, too.
A new study finds that women as less attracted to men with cats.
The coronavirus pandemic has helped put pets at risk for getting sick from cleaning chemicals.
As temperatures rise across the U.S., it’s crucial for pet parents to take these steps to keep their furry friends safe.
With more businesses reopening, here are some tips to help ease pets’ anxiety as owners return to work.
Losing this year's edition of one of the industry's major trade shows will present significant challenges—and some opportunities—to vendors and retailers alike.
Pet parents are placing high importance on their animals’ needs when purchasing a new home.
Data shows that a small number of animals, including a German Shepherd, have confirmed cases of the coronavirus in the U.S.
In a time where larger corporations are gaining strong footholds in the pet industry, those in favor of supporting small businesses have to match their actions to their words.
A new survey reveals how cat owners who are allergic to their pets deal with their sensitivities.
In the midst of reopening after months of self-isolation, preparing for an emergency situation is more important than ever.
A new program is attempting to teach canines to sniff out the disease and help keep it from spreading.