Cats and Dogs

  • Six Top Tips For Traveling With Your Senior Dog


    Guest post by Paris Permenter Imagine retirement and you just might picture a life filled with travel to the places you’ve always wanted to visit. As long as you’re healthy, there’s no reason not to get out and enjoy all that life has to offer, right?… read more


  • Pets are Good Mental Health Medicine

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    Guest post by Angie Bailey With the recent passing of Robin Williams, the subject of mental health has topped the headlines. Anxiety and depression are real – I know firsthand because I’ve dealt with various levels of anxiety my entire life. Sure, meds can help, therapy… read more

  • #AgingPetAppreciation: Ensure Your Pets’ Golden Years Are Healthy


    Guest post by Maggie Marton There was a time some years ago – I won’t divulge how many – when I could stay out way too late with my friends, then get up first thing, eat a slice of cold pizza, and head off to class… read more

  • BlogPaws Celebrates #SeniorPets

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    Post by Blog Manager Robbi Hess My diva Poodle, Henrietta, has been spending an inordinate amount of time at the vet’s recently. She has been plagued with ear infections, a partially torn ACL, infected anal glands (which meant she had to be in a cone) and… read more

  • BlogPaws News Bite: Overweight Pet?

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    As we hear in the news regularly, there is an obesity epidemic in the country, did you know, though that this obesity issue is impacting our pets? It’s true and it’s up to the pet parent to help his or her pet lose weight — in… read more

  • Find Your Perfect Pet Match At

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    Post by Blog Manager Robbi Hess When it comes to matching pets and potential pet parents, Darrell Lerner, founder and president of has the know how to make that happen. Why? As a former owner of a dating site he left that start-up and brought… read more

  • BlogPaws News Bite: Protect Your Pet From Kitchen Dangers

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    Pet Safety Month has just gotten underway at BlogPaws this month and we saw this article about dangers that could impact — or even kill — your pet in the kitchen. Please take a moment to read this post over on Scratchings and Sniffings and please… read more

  • BlogPaws News Bite: The Summer of Pets

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    Have you checked out Pet360′s Summer of Pets posts? Here’s a little bit about what is going on over there, we’re sure you’re going to want to participate just as much as we do! As kicks off week two of the #SummerOfPets they celebrate with “All… read more

  • Fifteen Pet Safety Topics for Pet Parents

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    By: Carol Bryant It’s Pet Safety Month here at BlogPaws. Keeping pets safe year-round should be at the forefront of every pet parent’s mind. There are many things about pet safety that, many times, are overlooked. Pet parents rely on us, pet bloggers, quite often for… read more

  • Adopt A Cat Month: Transition Cats To Raw Foods


    Editor’s Note:  During June, which is Adopt A Cat Month, we are hosting a blog hop in which we asked bloggers to link up and share their cat adoption stories with us. Join the blog hop here. Today we wrap up our month’s worth of posts with a post at Keep… read more