Lisa Freedman

The average pooch has the intelligence of a toddler and can understand 165 sounds and signals. So what’s going on in their heads? Veterinarian Dr. Courtney Campbell shares some thoughts.
Dr. Courtney Campbell shares five ways to protect your pet as the weather heats up.
Are you making some resolutions for yourself this time of year? Make a few for your dog, too! Whether your pup needs to lose weight or just have a healthier 2021, Dr. Courtney Campbell is here to help.
The parties! The meals! The decorations! What makes this a fun and festive time of year can also put your pet in harm's way. Veterinarian Dr. Courtney Campbell shares how to avoid the holiday hazards.
There's a lot to consider when it comes to feeding your pup. These pointers from our resident pet pro, Dr. Courtney Campbell, should make doggy mealtime as healthy and easy as possible.
There's CBD in everything these days—hummus, jelly beans, maple syrup, and even dog treats. Does that mean you should give some to your pup? Dr. Courtney Campbell is here to hash (ahem) it out.
Should you share your bed with your pooch? Sure, says Ventura, California-based veterinarian Courtney Campbell, a regular on Rachael's show. He offers tips for a good night's sleep in a crowded bed.
Before you bring home a pet you’re not ready for, hit the paws button and ask yourself these things first.
Feeling #blessed? Researchers have found that people who are more grateful tend to be happier and better at dealing with stressful situations. But how can you add more moments of appreciation to your life—not just at Thanksgiving but all year long? These ideas will help you get started.
Should you buy pet insurance for your pup? How does it work? We dug up everything you need to know to keep your fur baby safe and sound without losing your shirt.
Even if your pup is pretty low-maintenance, there are a few beauty boxes you should tick off to keep her feeling and looking great.
Pastels are pretty, but this season, we're seriously feeling these edgier emeralds.
Give you dog these human treats without worrying.
We talked to pros to find out what human foods your doggo shouldn’t eat.
It's still snuggle season, so curl up and get comfy with these fuzzy finds.
You need these items for "new year, new you" inspiration.
Washing your leafy greens shouldn’t be a major chore. We road-tested more than a dozen salad spinners to find the best one for every twist and turn.
Our food editors each swear by their method for storing greens, so we ran a test to see which one worked the best.
A few of our favorite tools to help you bake like a pro—meaning in bulk, on schedule and with delicious results!
This year give your friends some door decor made up of gifts that will come in handy long after the season is over.