Halloween is finally here! There are countless reasons that we love the spooky holiday, but near the top is the creative costumes that come out on October 31st—especially the pet costumes! We can debate the merits of cats in costumes (we believe it doesn’t hurt if your kitty’s used to it), but we have more important matters […]
Pet parents can be divided over which is worse: messy pet stains or smelly pet odors. Here at Live The Pet Life, our vote goes to pet odors, including urine smell. But we know our pets aren’t doing it to annoy us. They might have a urine infection or other illness, be anxious about something […]
Pet stains and odors: your nose is usually the first to alert you. Your cat has urinated on your carpet, on your cushions, or even in your bed. Or your dog has pooped in your home. Or maybe it’s your eyes that alert you—to a pile of pet vomit. These types of “accidents” can happen […]
National Walk Your Dog Week continues today with your checklist for the perfect walk with your dog. Here’s what’s on our dog walking list? Perfect Weather for Dog Walking Your 2-Legged Friend Your Favorite Toy Your Leash Bags on Board!
Every year, the beginning of October marks the start of National Walk Your Dog Week, a pet holiday week meant to spread awareness of the health benefits walking your dog. And health benefits are abound, not only in burned calories and steps taken. Walking your dog is probably one of the healthiest things you can […]
We’ve mentioned before how much we love everything about fall—especially college football—but it just comes down to the fact that there’s an energy about this season. From the leaves turning colors to the crispness in the air, fall is a perfect time to get outside and do something. And when we get up and go, we always […]
Three reasons we at Live The Pet Life love fall: 1) Pumpkin spice everything. 2) College football. 3) College football (you can really never have enough college football). So to say we’re excited to see our teams back on the gridiron is just a bit of an understatement. But you know what we also love about […]
Veterinarians get asked a lot of questions by pet parents, including whether they should groom their pooch or kitty. Dr. Laura Wiles with the RPG Innovations Vet Council encourages people to groom their pets themselves — starting when they’re puppies or kittens if possible — so they get used to not only being groomed but also […]