What you can do: Need to convince someone to quit? Try leveraging their love for a pet.
What you can do: Put a bell on your cat, and stock up on low-calorie, all-protein treats to train your dog to listen.
What you can do: Follow these five tips to lighten your pet’s impact on the planet.
What you can do: Wash your pet and its bedding to clean away pesticide residues, and switch to treatments that won’t threaten you or your animal.
What you can do: Avoid unfamiliar dogs—and bone up on what you need to do if you’re approached by an aggressive dog and/or bitten.
What you can do: Know how to make your dog interested in you, not his surroundings, during walks to keep a steady calorie-burning pace.
What you can do: Cook your food, don’t handle cat feces, and remember to wash your spinach!
What you can do: Make a pet-specific first-aid kit, take a pet first-aid course, learn how to handle basic emergencies like cuts, choking, heatstroke, and poisonings.
What you can do: It takes some extra effort, but do a proper tick check at least once a day before bringing your pooch inside for the night.
What you can do: Spend more quality time with your pets, or head outdoors to reap the health benefits from creatures in your own backyard.