5 of Our Favorite Homemade Thanksgiving Treats for Dogs

Pumpkin spice lattes, food comas, Mariah Carey, and the festive feelings at Friendsgiving, there are so many reasons we love the Thanksgiving season. And, it’s not just us. Dogs love Thanksgiving too. The extra snuggles, the food that accidentally made its way to the floor, and the moment when they sneak a…Read More

Are Pets Affected by Daylight Savings Time?

Daylight savings time can be a pain. It means waking up a whole hour earlier (or struggling to stay up later) and it can throw your entire week off. While we try our best to keep on schedule, many of us pet owners might wonder: does the time change affect our pets?…Read More

[New Study + Infographic] Sleeping With Your Dog Brings Better Night Sleep

We’ve all been there: you’re going through your nightly routine and heading to bed when you’re (usually) perfectly behaved pooch starts begging to sleep with you. Your pets always know how to get your attention: those goofy smiles to warm your heart, the gentle paws on the legs to melt your soul,…Read More

Visiting Canine Rehab of New York: Changing the Way We Treat Injured Dogs

On September 7th, 2017 PetYen was invited to visit Canine Rehab of New York to check out their fantastic facility and get an inside peek into the rapidly evolving field of canine rehabilitation. Canine Rehab of New York is one of the premier specialists in New York City using physical therapy and…Read More

What I Learned in My Pet Tech CPR & First Aid Class

Would you know what to do if your pet stopped breathing and needed CPR? The other day I woke up and kicked that darn thing called procrastination in the butt! The justification? I needed to learn pet CPR and first aid. If not for the health and well-being of my pets but…Read More

Pet Food Recall: What’s in My Bowl?

Pet food recalls; as pet owners we dread those three words. So what is a recall? It is an action taken by a company to remove a specific batch of products, produced at a particular time, either from a distributor’s inventory, the marketplace or directly from a consumer’s kitchen. Types of Pet…Read More

Is There Treatment for Dogs with PTSD? Interview with Lee Charles Kelley

Oslo Coffee in Brooklyn is my usual pick-me-up in the midst of a hard day, and if anyone knows what a hard day feels like, it’s a dog with PTSD.  From pups living in shelters to dogs fearful of thunder, canine PTSD can happen to any dog. That’s why Lee Charles Kelley…Read More

4 Tips for Enjoying Thanksgiving with Your Pet

Getting the turkey fully dressed and on the table is only half the battle of celebrating Thanksgiving without a hitch—especially when there’s a pet involved. Here are four tips for celebrating the holiday, minus a canine or feline meltdown. Had my adorable family over for an early Thanksgiving Feast, Grampa Bailey said…Read More

5 Halloween Safety Tips for Pets in NYC

Halloween may be a fun holiday for adults and children alike, but for pets it can be downright spooky. From accidentally ingesting candy that has been left out to trick-or-treaters pounding on the door, pets are particularly vulnerable on Halloween. Here are five safety tips to keep in mind this Halloween. How…Read More

6 Ways to Keep your Dog Cool in the Summertime

Six Ways to Keep Your Dog Cool in the Summertime The dog days of summer are here, which means it’s the perfect time to give your pup a little extra attention.  If you live in a warm climate, you’re especially going to want to make sure that your canine friend doesn’t overheat. …Read More

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