A new report reveals that many cat owners feel that felines are treated as "second-class" pets.
The company's third-quarter financial report shows that the COVID-19 pandemic super-charged an already significant growth trend.
Last year might have been rough for the economy, but pet parents still managed to treat their pets.
A recent report investigates the challenges that come in the first year of pet ownership.
Some dos and don’ts for introducing your cat to leash-led walks just in time for National Walk Your Pet Month.
As Moderna and Pfizer roll out the first round of COVID-19 vaccines for humans, people are wondering—do my pets need one?
The coronavirus pandemic is exacerbating what was already a major issue among pets in America.
Valuable insights about the company’s performance, operations and strategies over the past few years can help indies craft their own strategies to compete with the increasingly dangerous big-box chain.
For the first time ever, the event—which will be held online next month—will be open to the entire pet care community.
A new study shows how holiday spending habits differ between pet owners of various demographics.
Rover.com released its annual report of the most popular pet names. Here are the trends for 2020.
As a result of the U.S. Department of Transportation’s ruling, which defines emotional support animals as pets, airlines have more power to restrict these animals from coming aboard alongside passengers.
As the pandemic continues to rage on, people are being promised pets, only to have their money stolen instead.
Here's what pet parents should keep in mind to ensure the entire family has a happy holiday.
As the novelty of bringing a new animal into the house wears off and the reality of the responsibility sets in, pet owners are simply giving up instead of powering through.
While we will all be happy to put 2020 behind us, there are several issues that will extend into the new year.
The pandemic has affected every corner of our lives—including our pets, according to data from a recent report.
The residents of Denver voted to overturn the city’s 30-year-old ban on pit bulls, which is great news for the breed—but it’s only the first step.
They have stepped up to not only keep their own stores afloat, but also continue driving business for their vendor partners while supporting pet owners and their animal companions through these difficult times.
A new survey reveals how many times the average child asks for a pet, and why many parents give in.