Chewy.com Blogs

By Amy Robinson, Certified Dog Trainer on October 16th, 2012

Does your dog feel guilty when after rustling through the garbage, or is he just trying to get out of trouble? Animal expert Amy Robinson gives a glimpse at the debate surrounding canines' guilty consciences.

By Michelle Miller, Charity Coordinator on October 12th, 2012

Two special people volunteering with a New Jersey Rescue Society saw past the the hissing and spitting of one feral cat when they looked in her unique eyes.

By Amy Robinson, Certified Dog Trainer on October 11th, 2012

Living with a dog that has a serious need for speed can take its toll on any pet parent. Animal expert Amy Robinson shares a few tips for handling the boundless energy and maintaining your sanity.

By Michelle Miller, Charity Coordinator on October 10th, 2012

The Chewy.com Shelter & Rescue Network coordinator, Michelle Miller, explains the definition, practices, and purpose of Animal Rescue organizations.

By Amy Robinson, Certified Dog Trainer on October 5th, 2012

In the first of two Clicker Training articles, certified dog trainer Amy Robinson explains how to get your pet to be the teacher and learn new tricks on their own with a cheap plastic clicker and a handful of treats.

By Andrew J. Fox, DVM on October 3rd, 2012

From dragging the butt to barking up a storm, many dogs struggle with Vet Visit Fear. Animal doc AJ Fox gives some great tips, including a social visit to just say "Hi" that can help ease the stress of your pet's next trip.

By Michelle Miller, Charity Coordinator on October 2nd, 2012

Ask Sandy Caldwell—founder of Save Ohio Strays—what makes her most proud about the work they’ve done in the past seven years and she’s quick to tell you about the people that have helped this all-volunteer rescue. Some of them regularly give over twenty hours each week, and it hasn’t been in vain. To date, they’ve saved over 2,300 pets.

From Kcals to water weight, pet food labels are a mysterious thing. Pet Wellness and Lifestyle expert Jenn Fadal helps demystify the mystical to ensure your pet's eating right.

Traveling with a pet can be tricky business, but Kelly Merritt takes the guesswork out of finding the best trails to walk and beds to rest in during this colorful season.

By Amy Robinson, Certified Dog Trainer on September 27th, 2012

When canines get cranky, the right plan can restore order and return feuding pups to furry friends. Certified trainer Amy Robinson shares her steps to keep the peace.

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