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  • Two Dogs In The Forest Near Poison Ivy

    Can Dogs Get Poison Ivy?

    Poison Ivy, a well-known plant found in woody areas throughout North America and Asia. This nuisance can cause dermatitis with an itchy red rash developing after skin contact with the plant. The oil in poison ivy is resilient and will cling to clothes, and fur unless it is actively washed off. Read Article
  • Car Sickness In Dogs: Causes, Symptoms, & Treatments

    Car Sickness In Dogs: Causes, Symptoms, & Treatments

    Whether you're taking a scenic drive up the coast or simply driving across town to do some errands, many pet parents enjoy bringing their dogs along for the ride. But for those who suffer from motion sickness, Read Article
  • Celebrate National Pet Week: Fun Ideas to Celebrate with Your Pet

    Celebrate National Pet Week: Fun Ideas to Celebrate with Your Pet

    National Pet Week is right around the corner, so it's time to plan how you're going to celebrate! While we're sure you celebrate your pet all day every day... Read Article
  • How to Fly with a Large Dog: Tips and Tricks

    How to Fly with a Large Dog: Tips and Tricks

    Traveling can be challenging, especially when it involves flying with a large dog. Whether your furry friend is a service dog, therapy dog, or simply a beloved pet, understanding the guidelines set by most airlines is crucial. Read Article
  • how to clean a dog crate

    How to Clean a Dog Crate: An Easy and Helpful Guide

    Cleaning a dog crate may seem challenging, but it's essential for the health and happiness of your furry friend. A clean crate ensures a hygienic living space for your dog and contributes to a healthier home environment for everyone. Read Article
  • How to Train a Dog with Positive Reinforcement

    How to Train a Dog with Positive Reinforcement

    Are you planning to train your dog in a positive way that fosters trust and good behavior? Positive reinforcement is a powerful approach that rewards your dog’s good actions, resulting in a happier pet and a stronger bond between you. Read Article
  • Best Pet Insurance in 2024

    Best Pet Insurance in 2024

    In 2024, pet insurance is indispensable for those who cherish their pets as family. Since 1982, when Veterinary Pet Insurance issued the first policy for Lassie, the industry has advanced, covering everything from routine check-ups to emergencies. With the global pet insurance market projected to surpass $10 billion by 2025, it's crucial to choose wisely, considering coverage, deductibles, and premiums. This guide empowers you to make informed decisions to safeguard your pet's well-being. Read Article
  • Tips For Selecting Dog Toys

    Tips For Selecting Dog Toys

    Here are some tips for selecting dog toys that cover a wide range of considerations and provide a valuable resource for pet parents of dogs Read Article
  • Dog Getting Ready To Travel On An Airplane

    Flying With A Pet

    Airline travel is a safe, convenient way to travel.  It is among the fastest and most efficient ways to travel. However, flying can sometimes not be the easiest way to travel. From security checks to baggage claims, airline travel can be a complex way to travel. Add in flying with a pet and things get even more complex. Read Article
  • Dog having its leg examined by a vet

    Common Canine Leg Injuries

    The active, energetic, and often adventurous lifestyle of dogs, which frequently includes a variety of physical activities such as running, playing, and exploring, undeniably contributes to their joy and overall well-being. Yet, this inherent liveliness and playful nature, although generally promoting physical health, may also inadvertently expose them to the risk of common leg injuries, particularly those affecting their legs. Read Article
  • Why Pet Parents Should Consider A Pet Stroller

    Pet Strollers: Why Pet Parents Should Consider a Pet Stroller

    Pet strollers can be incredibly beneficial for pet owners in various situations. Pet strollers offer a safe and easy way to transport pets. They provide protection from potential dangers, allowing for outdoor activities even with disabilities, protecting pets from extreme weather conditions, and making travel easier and more reliable.  Read Article
  • Keep Your Dog Safe On Hot Summer Day

    Keeping Your Dog Safe In The Summer Heat

    Tips for keeping your dog safe on a hot summer day Read Article
  • How To Keep Your Pet Safe This Summer

    How To Keep Your Pet Safe This Summer

    Summertime means sun, beach, and lots of play outdoors with your dog or cat. Summer can be a great time to bond with your pet. But higher temperatures also mean higher risks for our pets – more injuries, more ear and skin infections, and even the possibility of heat stroke. Read Article
  • Activities To Do With A Dog That Loves Water

    Activities To Do With A Dog That Loves Water

    Some dog breeds seem to be happy to play in the water all day if you let them. For these pups, there are plenty of summer activities that will keep them entertained. Here are examples you can do with a dog that loves to splash and play in the water. Read Article
  • Dog Grooming Tips For At Home

    Dog Grooming Tips At Home

    Learn more below about grooming tips at home. Read Article
  • 6 Considerations Before Adopting an Adult Dog

    6 Considerations Before Adopting an Adult Dog

    Adopting an adult dog can be one of the most rewarding experiences for anyone looking to expand their family. Dogs provide unconditional love and companionship, and adopting an adult dog can be exceptionally fulfilling as it gives them a second chance at finding a forever home.  Read Article
  • A cat getting an exam by it Vet

    How to Have a Great Visit to the Vet With Your Dog

    When you add a dog to your family, one of the most important relationships you should develop is with a veterinarian. The first exam your vet will recommend for any tests and vaccinations to provide an important foundation for the future when your pet has subsequent wellness exams, or if your pet becomes ill. Read Article
  • Outdoor Activities for You and Your Dog

    Outdoor Activities for You and Your Dog

    When the weather is warm, it can be the perfect time to go outside and do something fun with your friends and family. A vital part of your family tends to get left behind on most adventures, but here are several things that you can bring your furry best friend along to join in on the fun. Read Article