Things To Know Before Getting A New Cat

While scrolling through social medias sites, every person has thought at least once, “Maybe I should get a cat”. And at times, people go through with that idea, and get themselves a cute, cuddly feline. However, research is always important when it comes to bringing a cat into your life, and there are a few things that you should keep in mind once you become a cat owner.


Ask yourself if you are ready for the responsibility

Getting a pet is a big responsibility, and is a long-term commitment. An average cat live up to 1...

How to Groom a Siberian Husky

There used to be a time when Siberian Huskies were a rare sight in India; that’s not the case today. Nowadays, one can come across many Huskies across the nation, which is why the grooming of a Siberian Husky is now a topic that needs to be discussed.


Grooming is an extremely important aspect of your Husky’s well-being, as their physical state influences the way they feel. Siberian Huskies as a breed have double coats, and have 2 seasonal coats: a heavy winter coat, and a lighter summer coat. During the winter, Huskies will have an ...

THE DOG CARE SERIES

It’s always fun when you bring home a cute little pup. It’s exciting to see him do things that make you smile like when he tilts his head and focuses intently upon you with those pretty eyes, until he pees or poops where he’s not supposed to. One should consider quite a few things before getting a pet. It’s not as simple as it sounds – you shouldn’t just stroll into a pet store and get a pet.


Generally a pet will live an average of 12-14 years; the basic rule is the smaller the breed the longer they live. So for example, if the life...

7 Essential winter care tips for your pet that will see it survive the cold months with ease

During winter, the temperature stoops down very low and the chill in the air becomes unbearable. The period between December to February is extremely cold for not only humans but our pets too. But one thing we all love in winter is getting warm and bundled-up, while feeling cozy. And that’s just not us, our pets feel the same way too. And, as responsible pet parents, it is our duty to ensure the comfort and safety of our loved companions during these tough times. Here are 7 essential winter care tips you can follow to make your pet sailing through the...

7 Tips to Take care of Senior Dog

Everyone who has ever been a pet-parent, knows that pets soon become more than just an outsider. They become a part of the family like a sibling or even a child, and so pet-parents also put in a lot of effort when it comes to taking care of their dogs. Unfortunately, as much as we would love our furry friends to be by our side for long life, watching them age rapidly is something we can’t avoid. However, providing our pets with a comfortable and happy life is definitely something we can be mindful of, especially as they grow older and reach their seni...

HOW OFTEN SHOULD YOU BE FEEDING YOUR DOG!

Being a pet-parent is both a fun as well as responsible job. While spending time with your pet and playing with them seems like the most exciting part of being a pet-parents taking care of their dietary needs and health is of utmost important. To ensure good health and development of your dog, it is crucial to give them a proper nutritious diet in the right quantity. It plays a crucial rule in their immune system and body composition and sets a foundation stone to a long and healthy life. Although different breeds require a different diet, their needs...

TAKING CARE OF PETS DURING COVID-19 OUTBREAK

These are tough times. The pandemic and lockdown are driving some of us to the edge, and thinking about our pets, more so. To help our readers cope with their pet’s anxieties, we are making sure to help your pet thrive while you’re both stuck indoors.This quarantine has imposed a lot of guidelines, and while it’s a necessary step, it also poses some problems. For pet owners, the issue is how they can continue caring for their furry friends while staying safe and following the same.

First things first, if you are at home with your pets, trust us...