Sometimes bringing your pet along on your vacation is impractical, but pet sitters or kennels can be expensive. Thankfully, there are several strategies that can help you save money on taking care of your pet while you’re away. Read on to learn ways to save money on pet care when you go on vacation.
Pets are family members, which means they need to be cared for in every way. They need food, shelter, love, and their long-term health...
By limiting the costs of owning a sick or injured pet, pet health insurance spares many from the heartbreaking decision to prematurely put down a pet whose care is too expensive. These pet health insurance companies are 2020’s best, but they’re not interchangeable. Which one is right for you?
Moving long-distance is hard enough, and adding pets into the mix complicates an already challenging situation. How can you get your pets to another city, state, or country comfortably and with the least amount of stress possible? Read on for best practices of how to move long-distance with pets.
To most pet owners, their animals are full-fledged family members. It makes sense to invest in pet health insurance to protect your furry friend’s health without breaking the bank. But it’s not the best option for all pet owners. Learn more about the pros, cons, and alternatives before you buy.
One of the most significant costs of having a dog or cat is medical care. Veterinary bills can be expensive. But there are several ways to reduce the cost if you know how, from preventative care to getting better prices to assistance programs that help you with the bills.
Do you ever wonder if you’re choosing the best dog food? Many owners wrestle with this question, but the array of options is overwhelming. That’s why it’s essential you understand those options, including the ingredients in manufactured foods and what human foods your furry friend can eat.
Dogs are a lot of responsibility. You have to feed them, walk them, groom them, play with them, and board them when you go on vacation. But with all that work comes many rewards. Studies reveal that these furry friends provide their owners an array of physical, emotional, and social benefits.
Dogs bring a vast array of benefits to their owners. These benefits come with a price tag — an average of $2,883 per year. But owning a dog doesn’t have to be this expensive. There are some dog care products and services you don’t need to spend big bucks on. Just don’t skimp on the wrong ones.
Are you planning your will and estate? Do you want to ensure your pets are taken care of if something happens? These tips will help you understand the basics of estate planning, including what you need to know about wills, trusts, and powers of attorney for your pets.
There's no way around it: owning a pet isn't cheap. According to the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA), new...
"I'm sorry, but your dog has lymphoma. We need to talk treatment options." It's the news no pet owner wants to hear. Your heart suddenly...
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