Humidifiers can moisten the air and make your home more comfortable. Our news partners at Consumer Reports recently tested humidifiers.
On a recent cross-country ski trip in the Bridger Mountains, I noticed my dog was walking a little funny. It was a frigid day and close to a foot of snow had fallen the night before. Kato, who burst out of his kennel with his usual exuberance at the car park, was looking chilly on the trail.
Most of the dogs and cats adopted from local shelters have been chipped and most vets recommend doing it. They key is for you to register that chip and keep that information up-to-date.
Here we are, the day after Christmas, and you got some gifts you've just got to take back. Relax! There's no need to rush. Most stores accept holiday returns well into January.
Expensive vacations to exotic places often seem out of reach. So many people join travel clubs, which promise years of discounted airfare, hotels and dining.
This can be a tough time of year for someone with dementia. All the noise and commotion, and the now -unfamiliar faces can be very disorienting.
Don't toss your favorite clothing or shoes without giving them another chance. Consumer Reports ShopSmart says fabrics and leather can be easily renewed, saving you big bucks.
Buying a new set of tires can put quite a dent in your budget. You can easily spend a thousand dollars or more for a set of four.Checkbook magazine surveyed 185 local tire stores and found that the price can sometimes vary greatly.
If the thought of braving holiday crowds at the mall is driving you to go for gift cards, you’re not alone. Spending on gift cards is expected to hit a record high this year.
When you're making up your holiday checklist, there's one item you don't want to leave out - batteries. Double-As are the most popular size. Consumer Reports put 15 to the test - both lithium and alkaline.
The Purrfect Arch promises to help stop all the shedding around your home, by getting your cat to rub against a giant arch of bristles and groom itself. During our initial test, 4 and a half year old Dexter sniffed around the product, but had little interest in the bristles.
Prices for laptops are all over the map. Some can set you back thousands of dollars, while others cost $300 or less.
It is amazing what veterinarians can do today these days – it's really people medicine for pets. And like people medicine, the price tag for some of these procedures can be staggering. Maybe you should consider pet insurance?
You still have two weeks to do some things that could affect how much you pay Uncle Sam next year.
Having a smart phone means you can get calls just about anywhere. Having a smart watch lets you see who’s calling without even digging out your smart phone. You just look at the watch to see the notifications, see what time it is and see who’s calling.