The non-malicious poisoning of pets is an everyday risk that comes with the territory of pet ownership. Whether your dog or cat eats human food that is toxic to them, eats toxic plants, or other poisonous substances around the home, read more about what to do if you’re ever faced with this situation.
Watery eyes, runny nose and lots of sneezing around pets? There are plenty of animal lovers who may be allergic to dogs and cats, and therefore ‘go without’, thinking they are doomed to petlessness by their immune system. Furtunately, there are ways of mitigating allergic reactions and still being able to enjoy your furry friends’ company!
Your dog’s health depends on the food they eat. Learn more about their nutritional needs, food allergies, homemade and designer diets, and what’s really in dog food
Your dog’s coat is their identity, their armour, their all-weather apparel and – most impawtantly – a very good barometer of the state of their health. Taking care of your dog’s coat is right near the top of your pet parenting priorities, so Pet Hero has compiled a thorough guide on skin and coat care for your furry friend.
How many different types of dog coats are there? Does it matter? There are so many different lengths, densities and textures of dog coats, which is relevant to how we groom our dogs. Find out more about your dog’s coat and the ideal way to groom it.
Grooming your dog at home is a rewarding process that not only gives you a clean and tidy dog, but also a fantastic oppawtunity to bond with your furry friend. Bathing? Trimming? Teeth brushing? Nail clipping? No sweat! Read our comprehensive guide to grooming your Good Boy!
Chewing may look cute on a puppy, but it becomes destructive in an adult dog. Learn more about why your dog chews and how to redirect his destructive chewing into more positive, stress-relieving behaviour.
Your new puppy will pee and poop in the house because 1. they don’t know any better, and 2. they can’t yet control their bladder and bowels. Crate training and house-training are the methods used to ensure your puppy quickly learns to do their business outside. Here’s how:
If your pet is generally healthy, but has persistent or chronic symptoms you can’t quite put your finger on, maybe a diet adjustment is required. Can these common symptoms be cured with diet?
If you’re new to owning fish and are curious about what to feed your fish, when to feed them and how much to feed, you’ve come to the right place. While there’s no simple answer, we do cover all three questions in this article on how to feed pet fish.
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