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Dogs in Politics

By Justin Young

It’s been said that being the president of the United States is the world’s toughest job. With so much pressure, a president deserves a genuine friend who is always happy to see them and offers a listening ear, unconditional love, and a wagging tail at the end of the day.

Toys Can Enrich Your Cat’s Environment & Improve Behavior

By Meredith Stepita

Indoor cats have a very relaxing life, but just because your cat lives indoors doesn't mean that her life has to be dull and boring. Providing mental stimulation and physical exercise helps combat boredom, decrease stress, and improve quality of life in pet cats as well as pets in the shelter. Think of it as the feline version of Sudoku.

Bark for Your Park Phase 2

By Jessie McDowell

Your town has been working to build votes and rally the community around the contest to win a local dog park. What comes next for Phase 2?

All About Catnip

By Stacy Hackett

Why does your cat freak out when she gets a new catnip toy? Is it okay to give your cat catnip? Get answers to catnip FAQs and get playtime ideas for cats who like catnip.

Don’t Forget to Bark for Your Park

By Jessie McDowell

Having trouble remembering to vote for your city every day? Download our doggy phone, desktop, and tablet backgrounds as your daily reminder to vote!

Summer Activities for You & Fido

By Toni Mark

Out of ideas for fun summer events to do with your dog? Check out our top 7 dog-friendly activities for outdoor fun with your furry pal.

Get Ready for Bark for Your Park 2015

By Jessie McDowell

Over 54 million homes have dogs, but not all of these dogs have a place for these dogs to just be dogs. That's why every year, we help 5 communities build dog parks with our annual Bark for Your Park contest.