The Catit Design Senses Food Maze is an amusing way to feed your cat.
The Petsguide Blog
The Petsguide Blog is full of useful, fun, weird, and just plain cool pet stuff, from the newest toys to the oldest tricks!
As we all know, pets are creatures of infinite powers and depth. One need only gaze into the eyes of a dog or feel the steadying rhythm of a cat’s purr against their chest to know that.
During the hot summer days, our pets need our extra attention. Dogs can heat up quick in a car, even on a “quick” errand. At Petsguide, we want to spread the word to keep dogs cool this summer.
Pets can be so stuck up. Well, OK, maybe stuck up isn’t the right phrase. But you know what I’m talking about. When it comes to giving there is no creature more generous than our pets.
Help Animalia help homeless animals! Participate in the year-round food drive, No Empty Bowls.
Go on, show off your beautiful senior pet! Join Petsguide in celebrating our oldest, most loyal and furriest friends.
Who could resist those big, brown eyes? Meet Carmichael, an adoptable pet rescued by Basset Rescue of Southern California. Petsguide is helping BRSC find a fur-ever home for this sweet 7 1/2-year-old boy. Do you have room in your home for this hound? Read on to learn more about him.
Petsguide Magazine’s first annual Howls4Towels collected more than 500 lbs. of donated goods benefiting a dozen Long Beach Metro and Orange County animal shelters and organizations.
Anyone who’s ever hurried into a room only to wonder, “Why did I come in here?” or who’s ever been serenaded by knees that crackle like a campfire, can tell you that getting old isn’t easy. Well, the same is true for our cats and dogs, only faster … much faster.
Losing your pet can be the worst feeling. But, would you know what to do if you found someone else’s best friend? For those who feel they’ve done all they can without avail, take heart: Petsguide has additional tips for those who misplaced their pet, as well as for those who can make joyful reunions a reality. Read on to learn about humane groups’ additional services and how to locate no-kill shelters that can care for a lost pet.