The pet obesity epidemic is rightfully named so – according to Association for Pet Obesity Prevention, an estimated 60% of cats and 56% of dogs in the United States are overweight or obese, and the numbers are only growing each year.
While most pet rabbits are meant to be kept indoors, there are a few rabbit breeds that are hardy enough to be housed outdoors. - we've rounded up the best outdoor rabbit breeds to help you find a perfect companion.
It isn't always easy for your pet to tell you when they aren't feeling their best. Thankfully, attentive cat and dog parents can still help monitor their pet's health by paying attention to five signs of overall wellbeing.