Welcome! We are glad you are here! Lifestyle Pets is essentially a dog blog that focuses on pet health and wellness. Although we tend to think highly of our canine friends, we also enjoy talking about animal care for lots of different types of pets.

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Speaking of, two of the most popular categories on our site are dog breeds and cat breeds. We try to take the guesswork out of adopting a furry friend, by giving you the basic characteristics of each of the dog breeds and cat breeds we have listed. Can’t find the breed you are looking for? Check back soon, as we are just getting started with our pet directory.

Another helpful informational category we provide for you is dog food reviews. In our dog food reviews section, we examine some of the more popular dog foods on the market. We look carefully at the ingredients, weighing the pros and cons of each one.

Along the same lines, we also provide you with up-to-date dog food recalls. When there is a dog food recall, we are notified of it immediately, and we quickly pass this information on to you. This is very important, because when it comes to dog food recalls, time is of the essence. If you have a contaminated product, it puts both you and your pet’s life at risk. We provide you with the specific information related to the dog food recall, so that you can stay in the know.

Are you ready for another pet of your own? Lifestyle Pets strongly encourages you to visit your local animal shelter and adopt. When you buy puppies from a pet store, you support puppy mills. Dogs that live in puppy mills are forced to live in inhumane conditions, living their lives to do nothing more than reproduce. Adopting a pet from an animal shelter is just the right thing to do. We are happy to provide you with all of the information you will need to adopt a shelter dog in our free eBook, Adopting a Shelter Dog: The 2015 Official Guide.

Once you have brought your furry friend home, you will need to know how to train your dog. Lifestyle Pets offers you helpful information like puppy training tips, as well as help in training an older dog. We also try to keep you in touch with the latest happenings in animal news. When pet stories end up in the headlines, we want to talk about them too!

Whether you have a dog, a kitty cat or some other exotic animal friend, Lifestyle Pets wants to hear about it. Follow us on Facebook!

Five Ways to Entertain Your Cat

Five Ways to Entertain Your Cat

It has been proven that cats who spend their entire lives indoors live longer than those cats that only live outdoors. However, indoor cats need stimulation to keep them healthy and happy. This involves enriching your cat’s environment. Encourage your…

Having Fun with Low Energy Dogs

Having Fun with Low Energy Dogs

Does your dog prefer laying around, over running about? Perhaps your dog is physically challenged, or simply can’t keep up like he used to. If this is the case, no worries… this doesn’t mean the fun has to be over!…

Dog Food Recall: CESAR® Classics

Dog Food Recall: CESAR® Classics

On October 7, 2016, the Food and Drug Administration announced a voluntary dog food recall from pet food manufacturer, Mars Petcare US. They are the makers of the dog food in question. This recall involves a limited number of CESAR®…

Training for Dog Barking

Training for Dog Barking

Excessive dog barking can become a big headache for dog owners. Nobody wants to be the neighbor with the dog that barks like crazy. To improve your dog’s behavior, the first thing to do is understand it. Dogs bark differently…

Dog Body Language

Dog Body Language

Wondering what your doggie is trying to tell you through dog body language? Understanding the body language of dogs can provide you with a lot of useful information, such as when your dog is nervous or scared, or perhaps when…

Pet Diabetes: Signs and Treatment

Pet Diabetes: Signs and Treatment

It appears that the number of cases of pet diabetes is on the rise. According to the University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine, from 2007 to 2012 there was a 32% increase in cases of canine diabetes. Pet diabetes…

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