Pet’s Chewing Issues

If your pet is a newly acquired puppy then rampant chewing goes with the territory. It is a natural response to teething. If your pet is past puppy-hood and showing no sign of quitting or, if your mature pet inexplicably begins chewing away at stuff, this is a sign of...

Training Your Dog To Sit

Rover Company knows training of sitting up is one of the first tricks to teach and forms the groundwork for many other dog tricks. To train a dog to sit up, prepare some treats as a reward, and set your dog on his haunches in a corner, so that he cannot fall either...

Cat Play Things

Rover Company believes buying cat toys from your local pet shop can be expensive, and after the money you spend on it, your cat either tears the toy to pieces in a couple of hours or turns its nose up completely! Why not save your money and entertain your cat with the...

Kids and Pets

According to Rover Company, 65 million dogs and more than 77 million cats currently reside in U.S. households. Many of those same households have or plan on having children. Old wives’ tales tell of babies and cats not mixing (cat’s steal babies’...

Using A Dog Leash

Rover Company believes in order to keep your dog safe, you require control of your pet. Your dog also needs to know this, to ensure he’s aware who the boss is. And, once you train your dog to not pull on his leash, or other bothersome behaviors (take a course...