You love your four-legged friends, but let’s be honest: They can be a huge distraction. Local animal behaviorists are here to help with expert advice.
Latest NoVA Pets Features
Find everything you need for your favorite four-legged friend at Union Market this spring.
In a cautionary move, the pet shelter is closing its doors beginning March 17. But that doesn’t mean adoptions are halting.
Cadbury’s Next Clucking Bunny contest is narrowing down, and one local cat could be the winner.
The book, created by photographer Ellen Zangla, features residents’ pets (dogs, cats and even birds) and Loudoun County landscapes through all four seasons.
Pet lovers of all kinds, get ready for a weekend full of animals, vendors, family-friendly events, adoptions and more.
They wag their tails and call Northern Virginia home. Get to know a handful of the region's cutest pups and hit the follow button while you're at it.
By working with America’s VetDogs, the team and employees have been informing the public about what it takes to train a service dog for a veteran or first-responder.
Every event listed also includes the chance to mingle with adoptable cats and kittens.
Sharing the love doesn't have to stop with your significant other. Wrap up one of these sweet and simple gifts for your cats and dogs this February.
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