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28MAR
How to Create Easter Baskets for Your Pet

How to Create Easter Baskets for Your Pet

Easter is one of the most celebrated holidays in the world. When celebrating with your family, don’t forget your pets. They love to be a part of our celebrations and to receive gifts. Create an Easter basket for them with holiday toys and treats.

14MAR
Learn about the Best Pet Travel Resources

Learn about the Best Pet Travel Resources

As the season transitions, more pet owners think about how to spend their summer vacations. many pet enthusiasts prefer to start as early as possible, looking for a pet-friendly destinations in which they can participate in bonding activities as well as finding emergency services.

28FEB
Best New Pet Products

Best New Pet Products

Recently, at American Pet Products Association Global Pet Expo I sought out new pet products that could help pet parents take better care of their furkids and that would also provide them with the biggest bang for their buck. Here is what Rhone and I sniffed out:

8FEB
Finding the Dog of Your Dreams at the Westminster Kennel Club Annual Dog Show

Finding the Dog of Your Dreams at the Westminster Kennel Club Annual Dog Show

I always advise dog lovers who are in search of the dogs of their dreams to attend the Annual Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show. Why? Because there is no better place to search for the dog of your dreams than at this historic dog show in which people and dogs come from all over the world to attend and to participate.

4FEB
Strategies for Saving Money on Pet Food

Strategies for Saving Money on Pet Food

In past years, consumer experts have encouraged pet owners to save money by purchasing pet food in bulk, by using store circulars to capture weekly deals, by clipping coupons from the Sunday paper, and more. Although I do many of these things to save money on pet food, I also implement these cost savings strategies.

25JAN
Controlling Pet Odor in Your Home

Controlling Pet Odor in Your Home

We deal with all kinds of odor problems in our homes, pet odor issues always seems to be the one at the top of our list. Developing a routine of washing your pet, maintaining his health as well as cleaning his bedding and accessories on a regular basis will reduce odor in your home.

14JAN
Organize Your Dog’s Toys

Organize Your Dog’s Toys

Since you became a pet parent, your home decor has gone from clean and cozy to Animal House clutter. It may be hard to believe, but you can take control of the endless piles of toys that your parents keep buying for their first grand-dog. Here are some stress busting pet organizational tips.

9JAN
My One New Year’s Resolution: Helping Animals in Need

My One New Year’s Resolution: Helping Animals in Need

I have read numerous articles about New Year’s Resolutions and how to keep them. I don’t have a long list of resolutions this year, I only have one. My only resolution involves helping animals in needs. Here are ten ways for you to help homeless animals and shelters near you.

Charlotte Reed

Charlotte Reed

Charlotte Reed is a popular pet expert that routinely brightens up television screens, graces radio waves, appears on best-selling authors' lists and can be found lecturing at sold-out seminars. Reed is the Happy & Healthy Pets blogger for Prevention.com and the Pet Solutions columnist for First for Women magazine. She is also the author of The Miss Fido Manners Complete Book of Dog Etiquette.

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