|Tom Mazorlig is the editor-in-chief at Pet Age. He has edited pet books and magazines for 17 years and has written seven books on reptile and amphibian care. He lives in central NJ with his partner, two cats, three spiders, and a variable number of snakes. Reach out to Tom at firstname.lastname@example.org|
Rebekah Harrison is the Assistant Editor at Pet Age. With extensive journalistic experience, she loves writing original content for the magazine. She owns a cat named Lizzy who is her pride and joy. Reach out to Rebekah at email@example.com.
It is time for the holidays so there is no doubt that a lot of pets and their owners will be traveling. Some pet owners might need to scramble into retail stores to pick up a pet carrier to travel by plane, car and train and even by foot.
Here are the top holiday gifts to spoil your special pet this season.
Not only did they nail the marketing aspect of it, they blew it out of the park.
At a conference like Women in the Pet Industry Network, whether you are groomer or an author, you are all coming together to learn how to make yourself and your business better — it’s an even playing field.
Products that caught our eye at the Phillips Pet Food & Supplies’ Mid-Atlantic Buying Show.
The Dog Park in Virginia describe themselves as a dog and cat boutique, specializing in unique items. Well, it’s a pretty accurate description.
A recent study says cat owners are more intelligent than dog owners. This is the debate to end all debates. Ever.
Days like this help bring attention to a category of pets that are sometimes overlooked.
The Natural Balance-sponsored skateboarding dog, and his owner, shows the benefits of pet ownership, something the Human Animal Bond Research Initiative Foundation is passionate about.
There are plenty of opportunities for a pet to get stressed or sick this Super Bowl weekend, but here is how to keep it at a minimum.