While the top 10 don’t yield too many surprises, we’re noticing a few trends and have our eyes on a few rising stars.
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Five tips for keeping your pet out of the ER, based on an overview of all our Hambone nominees over the years.
Whatever you call your pets, it’s important to choose a name with positive associations.
When it comes to displaying signs of sickness, cats are masters of obfuscation and disguise.
Over the years, though, I’ve picked up a few fur-busting tips that will help you out if you live with a Fur-rench Bulldog or other hairy housemate.
For thousands of years, superstitions regarding cats and dogs have guided people’s behavior — or just made for good fireside stories.
ometimes, however, when an adoring owner places the immediate comfort or wishes of a pet above the pet’s enduring wellness, it can lead to problems later.
We love popular names like Bella as much as the next pet owner, but if we’re being honest, we have a true soft spot for really unusual and clever pet names.
Following a list of pet care basics is important, but sometimes, knowing what not to do is even more useful. I’ve listed my five most useful “don’ts” — they’re all free and can potentially save you money, and improve your dog’s health, in the long run.
There’s nothing cuter than a dog doing a trick — and, sometimes, nothing more annoying. Although it may not sound like a big deal for a dog to do a trick without a signal from his pet parent, it can actually be a major issue, depending on the dog and the trick.