As the old adage goes, you are what you eat. The same rings true for your pet. But with so many food options to choose from, how do you know you’re feeding your dog the very best? Mark Finke, Ph.D., a pet nutritionist and director of Merchandising Technical Services at PetSmart, gives us his expert opinion on how to & Read more �
In 2009, the ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center handled over 140,000 cases regarding pets ingesting common household products. We've compiled a list of common household products that can be dangerous to pets.
Looking for a cute photo op for your dog? PetSmart stores nationwide will again offer Santa Claws events each weekend in December, where you can have your dog’s picture taken with Santa. We did this years ago, and it turned out really cute.
Of course, while you’re there, they hope you’ll shop for some gifts for your best friends. They have & Read more �
The girls were pretty excited when the box from PetSmart arrived. Ok, maybe I was a little more excited than they were at first but then the box opened and Kiko dove right in. Kiko got the new Martha Stewart Pets Nordic Dog Sweater. As you will see below, she looks amazing & Read more �
Throwing a Halloween bash this year? Is Fido invited? Here are a few simple tips to make sure he stays safe and is enjoyed by all:
Halloween is a great time for the whole family to spend together. If you plan to let Fido participate in the trick or treating, teaching him a few basic commands will make your Halloween fun much easier. These three basics: Sit (so he won’t jump on the kids), stay (so he won’t run out when you open the door), and & Read more �
Whether your four-legged family member is a new puppy or a senior dog, every Pet Parent knows there are times when it’s simply not safe to give pets the run of the house or yard. And there are a variety of gates and exercise pens available to keep pets big and small safely contained. Here are tips to help you & Read more �
Whether driving five miles to the store or 2,000 miles on vacation, Pet Parents enjoy bringing their pets along for the ride. According to a 2010 AAA survey, only 17% of Pet Parents use some form of pet restraint.
While there are a variety of important factors to consider when shopping for a dog collar, picking out a leash is a little easier. “You have so many types to choose from, but it really comes down to what’s most comfortable for you and for the dog,” according to PetSmart Buyer Sonya Constable. The most common choices include: