PetSafe Offers 5 Tips to Ease Post-Pandemic Separation Anxiety in Pets

After more than a year of quality time with their pets at home, dog and cat parents are planning a return to the office, making travel plans, or simply leaving for social outings as the pandemic slows. With these...

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Protecting your Pooch’s Paws in Summer!

Here Comes the Sun and with-it potential dangers for your dog’s paws. Dogs Paws seem so tough and durable, used every day, everywhere. But did you know they are actually as sensitive as human feet? Many people recognize the need...

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How To Welcome a Rescue Pet into Your Home

Interested in bringing a pet home from an animal shelter or rescue group? Dana Humphrey AKA "The Pet Lady" lists 5 helpful ways to welcome that rescue pet into your home. 1. Start slow & quiet No celebration or welcome home...

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Decompression time for newly adopted dogs with Johnna Devereaux, Clinical Pet Nutritionist (CPN)

Are you planning on bringing a new pup home from the shelter? Some things to consider! Understand that life as this pup knows it just drastically changed from the kennel to your home. Provide a safe space (or two) where the pup...

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Holiday Hazards for Your Pets

We hope that the holidays are filled with nothing but love and happiness for you and your pets. Just remember that it is also a busy time and to pay special attention to your beloved dogs and cats with...

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Pet Safe Holiday Plants & A Printable

From poinsettias to a Christmas cactus and holly to mistle toe, or even a fun Hannukah bush, giving and using plants as holiday decor and gifts is a time honored tradition.  Unfortunately not all holiday plants are safe for...

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Pet Safe Flowers & Which to Avoid Buying

Whether you're a pet parent looking for some flowers to brighten up your home, or you're sending a gift to someone with a dog or cat that loves to chew everything, it is important to know which flowers and...

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Do You Know What’s In Your Dog’s Toys?

There's nothing more fun than watching your pooch with their new favorite plaything. But not all dog toys are created equal. Some may contain lead within the paint (the logo on a tennis ball). Others could have non-safe stuffing,...

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Adopt-a-Shelter Dog Month 2016: 7 Products to Help Your New Pet

October 2016 is National Adopt a Shelter Dog Month, and I can tell you from personal experience there are few things more rewarding than providing a home for a dog from a shelter or rescue, and usually, the end...

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National Dog Day 2016 – How to Celebrate with Your Dog

With National Dog Day 2016 around the corner, shouldn’t you be looking to do a little more to thank your canine kid for the unconditional love and joy they bring you? Check out these pup-tastic ideas that will not...

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