Pet ownership offers a multitude of benefits for physical and emotional health. After a long and difficult day, nothing can compare to the unconditional love you receive from a sweet pet.
In fact, research has shown that pets can decrease both blood pressure and anxiety, and perhaps even boost immunity. Plus, they can help you find dates with a fellow pet lover. While you may feel like just another number in the big, wide world, to your pet – you ARE their world.
Having a pet is tons of fun, but it’s also a lot of work. From regular exercise to a healthy diet, regular vet visits, training, and more, there are a lot of things to consider – and always something new to learn throughout your journey as a pet parent. Pet lovers turn to blogs for advice on health concerns, entertainment (adorable cat GIFs, anyone?), ideas for fun activities to enjoy with your pet, tips on traveling with pets, and just about any concern you might have as a pet parent.
We’ve compiled a list of 55 of the best pet blogs, from blogs with adorable images of furry friends to blogs offering educational information on training, pet health, and other topics. Got a favorite pet blog we missed? Email firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll continue to expand the list with reader favorites.
- Individual Pet Blogs
- Cat-Focused Blogs
- Dog-Focused Blogs
- General Pet Blogs
- Pet Health and Wellness Blogs
Individual Pet Blogs
Ammo the Dachshund is a mix of pictures and stories about a dog named Ammo. The posts share Ammo’s “amazing adventures, DIY projects, adorable photos, trendy pet products & so much more!” The blog is humorously written from the perspective of the dog and includes many photo shoots with Baby P, whom Ammo refers to as his little sister. The quality of the photos are especially impressive.
Three posts we like from Ammo the Dachshund:
Bodie on the Road focuses on the travels of Bodie, a dog who has visited over 30 states in the US. The blog is connected to the bestselling book Bodie on the Road: The Dogged Pursuit of Happiness, and offers practical canine travel tips and information about dog-friendly destinations. It also periodically reviews dog products.
Three posts we like from Bodie on the Road:
- Top Tips for Pet Preparedness
- 10 Best Cities in US to Visit with Pets!
- The 12 Most Scenic Poop Bag Dispensers in America!
Champion of My Heart, an award-winning dog blog by Roxanne Hawn, describes itself as “a real-time canine memoir.” The posts detail the relationship between Hawn and her two dogs, Clover and Tori. Frequently updated, with over 300 pages of posts–the blog, which has been in existence for over a decade, focuses on the activities and health of Hawn’s two dogs.
Three posts we like from Champion Of My Heart:
- Can Dogs See Ghosts?
- Never Mind – A Tale of Dog Agility Woe
- Dog Blood Work: Why Do It on Young and Healthy Dogs?
Crusoe The Celebrity Dachshund follows the life of Crusoe, “wiener dog extraordinaire,” as he travels, poses, and, of course, blogs throughout the world. Told from the dog’s POV, the posts mix short, well-written paragraphs with tons of pictures of Crusoe. The blog is tied to a New York Times bestselling book about Crusoe, and the posts encourage comments and interactions from virtual fans.
Three posts we like from Crusoe the Celebrity Dachshund:
- Professor Crusoe’s Lecture on Ticks
- Q&A Session with Crusoe!
- My ‘Much Needed’ Vacation to Banff National Park
This website focuses on Manny the Frenchie, the self-proclaimed “world’s most followed French Bulldog.” The website has a diverse selection of Manny-related offerings, including a Manny-approved Spotify playlist, an online shop with Manny mugs and phone cases, and a press section that links to clips of Manny from Buzzfeed, the Huffington Post, Chicago Magazine, and more.
Three posts we like from Manny The Frenchie:
6. My GBGV Life
On My GBGV life, you get to follow Emma. GBGV is an acronym for Grand Basset Griffon Vendeén–try saying that quickly five times. Emma lives quite the life and is very well-traveled throughout the U.S. and some of Europe. The travel images are stunning. Plus, you’ll get great advice on how to travel with your pet.
Three posts we like from My GBGV Life:
- Chef Emma Bakes Tasty, Peppermint, Holiday Cookies For Dogs
- My Dog Won’t Eat, What Should I Do?
- Is Prime Rib Really A Thing? You Betcha!
Rascal and Rocco will keep you amused for hours. The blog is written by L.E. Mastilock, who is a homeschooling mom, writer and artist. It centers on her two adopted cats. You can even request a custom portrait of your pets.
Three posts we like from Rascal and Rocco:
Two French Bulldogs is a quirky, fun and innovative blog you can’t help but love. It is up-to-date with regular posts from two French Bulldogs, Edward and Lily. They’ve got pictures and plenty to say about holidays and anything else touched by their paws and thoughts.
Three posts we like from Two French Bulldogs:
9 . Wag the Dog
Maggie is an eight-year-old Beagle who will take you–virtually–on her many travels. She has gone by plane, train, automobile and boat. She loves to share her experiences across the U.S., Asia and Europe. You can certainly live vicariously through Maggie.
Three posts we like from Wag the Dog:
- PET FOOD? -HOW MUCH DO YOU KNOW ABOUT YOUR DOG’S FOOD?
- Celebrity Singer With A Furry Cats Fan Club
- ROAD-TRIPPING WITH FIDO – TIPS FOR CAR TRAVEL WITH YOUR DOG
10. 15 And Meowing
15 and Meowing writes about all things feline. The blog features weekly posts, such as Wordless Wednesdays, Thankful Thursdays, and Selfie Sundays, while also including festive posts around the holidays. The writer periodically reviews toys and other cat-related items. Pictures of the writer’s cats abound on the page, often accompanied by comedic captions. Links to other pet blogs are peppered throughout 15 and Meowing, too.
Three posts we like from 15 And Meowing:
11. Cat Wisdom 101
With over 100 pages of posts, the blog Cat Wisdom 101 is a virtual world for feline lovers, featuring discounts on cat-related items, stories about cats from guest bloggers, funny memes, and, of course, adorable pictures of cats. The writer, Layla Morgan Wilde, describes herself as “the only holistic cat behaviorist who conducts cat product reviews and giveaways” and lists enhancing the cat-human bond as one of her goals.
Three posts we like from Cat Wisdom 101:
Specializing in “award-winning, silly, mostly ridiculous cat humor”, the blog Catladyland takes a light, humorous approach to the feline world. The posts on the blog highlight the best cat products around and announce cat-related holidays, like National Cat Lady Day, which falls on April 19th. The author also snaps pictures of her own cat, Phoebe, which adds a personal touch to the blog.
Three posts we like from Catladyland:
- Rejoice! Today is National Cat Lady Day!
- The 2018 Texts from Mittens Calendar is Here
- My Cat’s Flipped
The blog Covered in Cat Hair tells the story of a Robin Olsen, proud owner of eight cats and a non-profit cat rescue. Robin aims to find “a home for every cat and to stop the insanity of euthanizing adoptable animals as a way of population control.” In her addition, her posts detail her journey on this mission while also introducing the reader to pictures of her own cats.
Three posts we like from Covered In Cat Hair:
- How to Prepare for Before and After Your Cat’s Final Days
- 1.5 Billion Dreams
- Staying Strong for Gracie. Part 1.
14. Deziz World
Deziz World is run by cat lovers and designed for cat lovers. It tells a story of two pretty cats “Dezi” and “ Raena” from both humans and cats’ perspectives. On the site, you’ll see many of their loving images. If you’re a cat lover, this is an interesting blog.
Three posts we like from Deziz World:
- Litter Robot Open Air III: Our Choice For Automation
- Service Cats: Feline Nutrition: The Obligate Carnivore
- Chatting Cats: Rabbit Morsels on a Plate
Specializing in cats and cat stuff, the owner of blog “Hauspanther” emphasizes how design can improve our adventurous lives with cats. It aims to encourage people to pay great attention towards designing environments and objects to ensure cats can enjoy their stay at home. Here, you’ll find innovative home designs built to keep cats interested and motivated. This is the site for design-conscious cat people.
Three posts we like from Hauspanther:
- Help Design a New Line of Cat Toys with BeOneBreed!
- FINALLY! A Modern Sofa-Protecting Corner Cat Scratcher!
- Printable To-Do List From The Dancing Cat
16. I Have Cat
The blog “I Have Cat” attempts to shatter the “cat lady” stereotype by documenting the life of Tamar, a single woman in New York, as she navigates the world of dating “despite the complication of owning cats.” According to Tamar, the blog reads like “Sex and the Kitty.” While it focuses on dating with cats, it also makes time for product reviews and other cat-loving bloggers.
Three posts we like from I Have Cat:
- I Had My Bachelorette Party… at a Cat Cafe
- My First Book Thanks to: Gone Girl and Grumpy Cat
- Stylish Multipurpose Cat Furniture
Katzenworld, which describes itself as the world of cats, is a blog related to all things feline that was started and is run by a group of cat-obsessed friends. The blog mixes cute pictures of the owners’ cats and amusing anecdotes with more practical advice about having cats as pets, such as how to protect them from consuming toxins and how to ensure they receive the best medical care.
Three posts we like from Katzenworld:
- Hello from Tabatha’s Travels
- Catnip Wars – Day 9 The Peace Treaty
- Cats and Antifreeze – How to Keep Your Cat Safe
Living with Loulou is a blog that adopts the perspective of the eponymous cat to make sassy, humorous posts about her life. With a tagline of “a French kitty comments on just about everything,” the frequently-updated blog has posts on a wide range of subjects–from festive holidays to Loulou’s relationships with humans and other animals.
Three posts we like from Living with Loulou:
For “everyone who enjoys the cozy moments in life,” Melissa’s Mochas, Mysteries and Meows fuses the world of books and the world of cats together to form a literary pet blog, or an animal-inspired book blog, depending on your perspective. The posts center on the author’s relationship with her own cat while also highlighting the roles that pets play in various books.
Three posts we like from Mochas Mysteries & Meows:
- Tortie Shorties: Christmas Edition
- The Must-Read Cat Book of 2017: Strays by Britt Collins
- In Focus: #CaturdayArt
20. Paws and Effect
Paws and Effect is a blog that is written by cats and their people. Okay, perhaps it isn’t exactly written by cats, but let’s pretend it is. Here, you’ll get to read posts from a cat’s perspective–and, that’s really all that matters anyway. Plus, you’ll find many informative and health-related articles to help your cat live its best life.
Three posts we like from Paws and Effect:
- Why Is My Bengal Cat Constantly Crying for Food?
- Setting Up An Emergency Fund For Your Cat
- How Do I Introduce a Dog To My Cats?
21. The Catnip Times
If you need a one-stop portal for all things cats, this is it. The Catnip Times offers a massive collection of blog posts to answer any feline-related question you may have. In addition, you’ll find guides for current and potential cat owners. Furthermore, you can find your local cat shelter and information on medical care.
Three posts we like from The Catnip Times:
- 7 COMMON DISEASES TO WATCH FOR IN SENIOR CATS
- CATS CHOOSE FOOD FOR MORE THAN JUST FLAVOR
- HOW TO TRAVEL WITH A CAT – DO’S AND DON’TS
If you love cats but struggle to understand them, then this is the blog for you. Here, you’ll find useful information such as the problem with over-vaccinating your cat. The author is Ingrid King, who was inspired by her cat Buckley. She also shares her grief when she lost Buckley to heart disease at the age of two.
Three posts we like from The Conscious Cat:
- Balanced Blends Guide to Raw Feeding: How Does a Nutritionally Balanced Raw Diet Benefit Your Cat’s Health?
- Mews and Nips: Cats are Taking Over Nativity Scenes
- Timothy Easton Cat Paintings: Affordable Art for Cat Lovers
23 . The Creative Cat
The Creative Cat offers everything from stunning cat photos to information on cats available to adopt. You’ll also find some really innovative cat products that you can purchase. Plus, there are many heartwarming stories of successful adoptions. This is an educational and fun place for cat lovers to congregate.
Three posts we like from The Creative Cat:
- Shop for Your Shelters This Holiday Season
- Rescue Story: The Airport Kittens
- Reduce Chances of Feline Mammary Cancer By Spaying Before First Heat
All kitties are part of a committee, didn’t you know? This blog focuses on resident cats and foster kittens. You’ll see pictures of kittens with antiques. The blog also helps with fundraising efforts to help find homes for stray cats and kittens.
Three posts we like from The Itty Bitty Kitty Committee:
We’re All About Cats is exactly as the name implies. Cats are now the most popular pet in America. Just look at the cat images permeating everything from social media to commercials for every line of product. They’re just adorable. Yet, many cat owners still need to learn how to handle the somewhat moody nature of cats. One minute they are cuddly love bugs, and the next minute, they’re slapping you away. This blog provides tips and community information to enjoy a wonderful and loving life with your feline babies.
Three posts we like from We’re All About Cats:
- What are the Safe and Unsafe Fruits for Your Cats You Need to Know about?
- Holiday Gift Giving Essentials for Kitties
- 5 Ways to Adapt a Small Apartment for Living Comfortably With Cats
26. DJANGO Dog Blog
DJANGO’s modern dog blog has useful and informative articles on travel, adventure, dog health, and high-quality product finds. The blog’s editor is Steph and the site is named after her long-haired dachshund Django. The adorable pup is a social media star, so now and then you’ll find blog posts about growing your pet’s Instagram account. The blog is part of the site’s dog gear company, they offer travel and outdoor gear for dogs.
Three posts we like from DJANGO Dog Blog:
- International airline pet policies for in-cabin travel
- How to take your dog to Europe
- The best paw protectors and boots for winter adventures
27. Aurora Pets Blog
The Aurora Pets blog has three sections: raw feeding guides, style and trends, and out and about. The raw feeding guides section has informative articles on recipes and what type of food to feed your dog. The style and trends section has a collection of interviews with popular dog brands so that you can learn more about different dog products for your pup! Lastly, there’s the out and about section of the blog, which highlights great places for dog walks and excursions, each post includes a video of the trip. This blog is part of the site’s luxury apparel and accessories shop for dogs. They offer designer dog products to help keep your dog looking stylish.
Three posts we like from the Aurora Pets Blog:
- Which fruits and vegetables can I feed my dog?
- Camber Sands, East Sussex
- An interview with Essential Dog – Authentic, Premium, Natural
A slightly R-rated dog blog collects funny, often irreverent, pictures, comics and memes about dogs. Describing itself as a trove of “wickedly funny images and stories,” the blog contains little text, instead focusing on humorous images that are easily understood and quickly shareable. While funny, it is intended for a mature audience.
Three posts we like from A slightly R rated dog blog:
29. Dakota’s Den
Dakota’s Den focuses on adorable dogs and features comprehensive book reviews and products reviews. The blog also has a variety of pleasing images that allow user comments for a more interactive feel. The articles ranges from funny to heartwarming and even a few sad pieces.
Three posts we like from Dakota’s Den:
Dog Tipper is a blog for dog lovers. It has a store that sells dog products and advises on traveling with dogs. The blog encourages participation through a community forum where readers share ideas. It is a promotional blog for the online store PawZaar.com suitable for dog lovers who are out shopping for their pet dogs. The owners are renowned authors of over two dozens travel and pet books.
Three posts we like from DogTipper.com’s Celebrity Canines:
- End of an Era: A Laughing Horse Lodge Closes Permanently
- Irie & Tiki’s First Hayride!
- 10 Great Fall Getaways In Texas!
The blog Fidose of Reality is all about dog health, lifestyle, and wellness for dogs, especially Cocker Spaniels. In addition, it keeps readers updated on canine news and contests. It also acts as a promotional website featuring a wide range of dog products to keep your dog in good condition. They also have cute dog-branded clothing specifically designed for canine lovers.
Three posts we like from Fidose of Reality:
- How to Give Your Dog a Pill
- Last Minute Health Wellness Gifts for Dogs
- Help If Your Dog Won’t Eat His Food
With tons of adorable pictures, Golden Woofs focuses distinctly on the beautiful Golden Retriever. The owner was inspired to establish the blog by her dog, Sugar, who died in 2014. It features articles and information on dog health, travel, dog products as well as dog-branded human items. The owner also reviews products such as dog-friendly cars, movies and books within the dog-loving niche.
Three posts we like from Golden Woofs: Sugar the Golden Retriever:
- Tips for a Safe and Happy Pet-Friendly Holiday
- Pet Memorial Gift Ideas
- Celebrate Your Dog’s Life Moments with Dog Collar Charms
33. Heart Like a Dog
This blog focuses on the joyful stories of two good-natured dogs, “Sampson” and “Delilah.” The narrative offers a light and humorous tone from a personal perspective. There are also many candid and cute pictures that go along with the posts.
Three posts we like from Heart Like a Dog:
- Our Story – Happy Birthday Delilah
- Day Eight – Santa got canned
- You Make Me Smile – October 29, 2017
This blog aims at helping people to better understand their dogs. It features dog food reviews, brand prices and comparisons. In addition, you’ll find many articles about well-being and dog health. The site is easy to navigate with many cuddly photos.
Three posts we like from HerePup!:
For those who want “to live life to the fullest with your furry companion by your side”, the blog Dog or Nothing brings reviews and giveaways of pet items while also providing tips to help owners make the world more dog-friendly. Kelsie McKenzie, the writer, owns two large dogs but strives to make her posts accessible to owners of dogs of all sizes.
Three posts we like from It’s Dog or Nothing:
- 7 Easy Fall-Themed Dog Treat Recipes
- Zen Pets and Hemp Oil for Pet Anxiety
- 20 Gift Ideas for Great Pyrenees Lovers
36. My Dog Likes
MyDogLikes is a blog run by two self-professed dog lovers who aim both to improve the lives of their own dogs and share the lessons they’ve learned and the experiences they’ve had with a community of dog lovers. The blog offers reviews of products, dog-friendly travel guides, and tips for proper dog care, as well as adorable pictures of Harley and Charlie–the dogs owned by the two writers.
Three posts we like from My Dog Likes:
- Announcing the 2017 Dog Friendly Tour of America
- Pebbly Smart Ball – Taking Interactive Pet Toys to the Next Level!
- Somebody is Turning 2!
37. Pretty Fluffy
This is a blog dedicated to fluffy dogs. The writer, Serena Faber Nelson is also a television producer and fluffy dog owner. The layout is pretty and easy to navigate. You’ll see many beautiful things and adorably fluffy dogs.
Three posts we like from Pretty Fluffy:
- 15 Homemade Healthy Dog Treat Recipes Your Dog Will Love
- The Holiday Gifts You & Your Dog are Going to Love This Year
- The Best Dog-Friendly Holiday Parks You Need to Visit
If you want your dog to live in luxury, then you have to read PupStyle. This is like a celebrity-news site for dogs. It was founded by Dara Foster and features dog fashion, luxuries and celebri-dog nows. This is meant for dogs who know they’re royalty.
Three posts we like from PupStyle:
- Nighty Leash Lights Up The Night
- Become The Dog – 5 Artful Animal Halloween Masks
- Stylish Americana Dog Collar Bow Ties & Blossoms by Trish Hampton
39. Rubicon Days
Rubicon Days was created to help you deal with any challenge your dog throws your way. You can learn about reward-based training, street dogs and even animal welfare. Plus, you’ll get several healthy treat recipes you can make at home.
Three posts we like from Rubicon Days:
- The Sweetness of Acceptance
- Five Things I’ve Learned About the Relaxation Protocol
- Monday Musings: The Craigslist Pet Conundrum
Tenacious Little Terrier will grab your heart strings and never give it back. You’ll find loads of topics and advice pieces about how to have fun with your dog, pet-friendly beach locations and more. Plus, you get to join Mr. N on all of his adventures.
Three posts we like from Tenacious Little Terrier:
- 2017 Gift Guide for Small Dogs and Toy Breeds
- How to Get Your Dog to Listen to You
- Is Your Dog a Liar or Honest?
This is a site for terrier lovers and dogs in general. It also mixes in some information on politics and the environment. You’ll learn of animal news throughout the world, including information on various causes to help animals enjoy safe and healthy lives. This site even posts investigative and watchdog stories on animals all over the globe.
Three posts we like from Terriermans Daily Dose:
The Poodle (and dog) blog was created for dog lovers. Stories related to dogs get covered here, and many of them are feel-good pieces that make you smile. You’ll also find adorable photos that accompany the posts. The comments’ section is also fun to read.
Three posts we like from The Poodle (and Dog) Blog:
- Christmas in Miami
- Would you help a puppy before you would help a human?
- What could be more fun than being a Border Collie puppy?
General Pet Blogs
As a child, Richard suffered from asthma, and found that “standard” fluffy house pets aggravated his condition. Instead, he took up keeping exotic pets like snakes, lizards and – closest to his heart – tarantulas. Richard has now been keeping exotics for over 20 years, and has published over 200 care guides on his blog. If you’re looking to get started in the world of less common pets then this is a great place to start your journey.
Three posts we like from Carma Poodale:
- Greenbottle Blue Tarantula Care Sheet: Richard talks about his favorite tarantula species of all.
- Mexican Red Rump Tarantula Care Sheet: The first species of tarantula Richard ever bred.
- Best Reptile Misting Systems on Test: Frustrated by problems with finding a suitable fogger for his geckos Richard went in search of the best solution available.
44. Carma Poodale
A light-hearted blog for animal lovers, Carma Poodale discusses pets, wildlife and animal products. Describing itself as “a multi-species family continuing a poodle’s passion to educate and entertain readers,” the blog often posts from the perspective of the animals themselves, which include a dog and a rabbit. The rabbit, Speedy, features prominently on the blog and describes himself as one who loves “getting into scrapes and having fun.”
Three posts we like from Carma Poodale:
- Bunny Meme a Paws for thought!
- WW- Real Mancats Love Pink Poodles
- Important Reasons Why You Should #TakeYourCatToTheVet
45. Cute Overload
Cute Overload scours the web for the finest cute imagery that will keep viewers locked to their screen and fill them with furrily-pleasant daily visualizations. The authors offer a variety in cute pets including dogs, kittens and bunnies. The blog features pictures, drawings, and videos carefully selected for the readers, and each has a short description that provides a sweet chuckle.
Three posts we like from Cute Overload:
CeliaSue is a dedicated dog travel blog featuring a sweet furbaby named Cici. The owner also posts reviews pet friendly wineries, dining and lodging for families with their own fur babies. With plenty of photos, videos, and other media, the blog owner adds a personal touch to keep readers coming back for more.
Three posts we like from Have Dog Blog Will Travel:
- Is My Dog Mad at Me?
- Beware of the Side Effects of Rabies’ Shots
- Beware Tea Tree Oil Can Be Toxic for Dogs and Cats
The website I Can Has Cheezburger centers on the humorous subject of animal pictures, memes, and listicles. The site contains profiles on famous animals–that is, animals who have gained attention and a substantial following on social media, while also posting screenshots of animal-related tweets. It targets people who enjoy pictures of adorable animals coupled with hilarious, gut-busting captions.
Three posts we like from I Can Has Cheezburger?:
- Typical Cat and Dog Behavior in 6 Funny Comics
- Just a Few Shaved Alpacas To Make Your Day
- The Top 20 Memes of The Week – Cheezburger Users Edition #30
Irresistible Pets is a lifestyle blog that details the life of Aimee and her dog, Chuy Chihuahua. The blog includes “DIY tutorials, recipes, inspiring stories, [and] fun adventures with Chuy,” while also offering information and links about how to make pet blogging a career, particularly through the organization BlogPaws. Irresistible Pets also contains posts about pet-friendly travel, for those who don’t want to leave their furry friends at home.
Three posts we like from Irresistible Pets:
- Success Starts with One Conversation
- Chuy Chihuahua Meets Santa at the Beach
- Ten Secret Hack for a Successful Dog Friendly Road Trip
Petopia is all about pets, and they have a huge blog collection. You can find any pet-related topic here. And, there is a lot of interesting information such as a post on the American Museum of the House Cat. You’ll have plenty of articles to keep you informed and entertained.
Three posts we like from Petopia:
Pictures of cats will brighten anyone’s day. And, that is exactly what Josh the Furrtographer had in mind. This is a wonderful site to visit any time of day, any time of year. You’ll see all breeds and ages looking gorgeous for the camera. But, wait, there are dogs too. Josh has been taking photos of rescue cats and dogs for a decade. They are all truly photogenic.
Three posts we like from The Furrtographer:
51. Wag ‘N Woof Pets
Wag ‘N Woof Pets is a blog that focuses on Janet Keefe, her husband and their two cats and three dogs. These include a golden retriever, a Labrador mix and a beagle. You’ll find how to train your pets positively, experience new adventures and travel.
Three posts we like from Wag ‘N Woof Pets:
- The Beagle Gets Payback
- Our Favorite Things Old and New – Pet Gift Guide 2017
- Wacky Weather? No Worries, No Excuses
Best1x is a pet blog with information on cat and dog care tips and advice. Along with important pet care information for owners, Best1x also offers helpful reviews on pet products and DIY articles for pet toys.
Three posts we like from Best1x:
- How to make A 5 Floor Tall Building For Cats [Step By Step]
- How to make DIY Bone Broth for Cats or Dogs at home in 30 minutes
- How Much Do Dogs Sleep? Should I be worried about it?
Pet Health and Wellness Blogs
PetBucket’s blog is packed full of useful tips, advice and ideas on how to keep your pet as healthy and happy as possible.
The blog contains advice on feline and canine health – from tick and flea control, joint health, and guides on treating heartworm and hot spots – to nutritional advice, and funny lifestyle posts to make you smile.
Three posts we like from PetBucket:
- Tips for Outdoor Flea Control
- The Do’s and Don’ts of Hiking with Pets
- Is it healthy to feed my dog a meat-free diet?
Keep the Tail Wagging is a blog that specializes in providing information about a “raw food diet” for dogs. The writer focuses on the health benefits that her dogs have experienced as a result of switching their diets from processed, commercial foods to raw feeding. The blog also discusses the “pushy, judgmental, and angry” aspects of the raw food community and attempts to counter that stereotype through her writing.
Three posts we like from Keep The Tail Wagging:
- Naturally Treating My Dog’s Phobias
- 5 Ways a Novice Can Feed Raw on a Budget
- The Pros and Cons of Vegan Kibble for Dogs
55. Slim Doggy
Let’s face it, obesity affects our fur babies too. Slim Doggy was written to help prevent animal obesity, more specifically, within dogs. You can find a calorie counter and healthy dog food ingredients. Plus, there are reviews of dog fitness products along with fun activities you can engage in with your dog.
Three posts we like from Slim Doggy:
- Canine Fitness Equipment: Caveletti Poles
- Feeding a Senior Dog: Seven Functional Foods
- Can My Dog Get Cavities?
There is nothing like spending time with our four-legged friends. And, who knew all of the adventures you could take? Sure, it’s fun to read about celebrities and cooking–but, that just isn’t always enough. Thankfully, we have the pet blogs above to give us a little help and advice, and of course, super cute pet photos. We will also continue to add to our growing list of top pet blogs. Don’t see your favorite pet blog above? Email email@example.com and we’ll add it to the list.
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