Today is World Rabies Day, which aims to raise awareness about the impact of this very dangerous virus. To date, World Rabies Day events have educated 182 million people and vaccinated nearly 8 million dogs! If your pet receives regular veterinary care, then there's a good chance he's up to date on his rabies vaccine . . . but today serves as a good reminder to check. We've rounded up a few important facts about rabies in this quiz, so bone up on your rabies know-how by starting with Question 1!Take the Quiz
Hey, pretty kitty! American Shorthairs are commonly found across the US as beloved pets, but do you know much about the breed itself? There's no denying they're cute, cuddly, and some of our best furry friends — but there's lots more to know about these fine felines. Take our quiz to test your knowledge!Take the Quiz
Everyone's seen a German Shepherd at some point, either on duty or as a beloved pet, but did you know the animal is actually the German Shepherd Dog? It's one of the few breeds (like the American Eskimo Dog) that have this word in the official name. These loyal and lovable pups are easily recognizable and excellent working dogs. You might be surprised by what you learn about this sweet and smart pooch after taking our quiz!Take the Quiz
One week from tomorrow, one pooch will be crowned best in show at the 136th Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show. Can you remember the top dogs from the last nine years? Look at these furry faces and brush up!
You may know this breed, but do you recall his owner? In honor of award season, test yourself on Mr. Bigglesworth (and more!) in a furry quiz featuring movie star kitties. Each question's about a scene, character, or cat from a nonanimated flick. Can you paw out the right answers or did these felines fade into the background for you?Take the Quiz
Heartworm preventative is on the must-have list for many pet owners. Commonly found in tropical and subtropical climates, along with the Atlantic and Gulf Coasts and Ohio and Mississippi river basins, no dog is totally safe from this parasitic infestation. Prove how much you know about the disease, and take this quiz.Take the Quiz