How to Help Manage Pet Separation Anxiety

For more than a year, working from home and keeping social circles small due to COVID-19 has meant people have been able to spend more time with their pets. However, as more Americans are vaccinated and restrictions loosen across the country, it’s likely many are spending less time at home with their pets. As a […]

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4 Ways to Refresh Your Pet’s Routines

The spring season and warmer months are typically all about renewal and evaluating things that may no longer serve you, such as habits, products or routines. This can be true for your dog as well. As the season changes and you spruce up your daily habits to feel and look fresh, consider these four things […]

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National Dog Bite Prevention Coalition Shares Tips on Avoiding Bites as We Emerge From Lockdowns, Isolation

During National Dog Bite Prevention Week (April 11-17), a coalition of veterinarians, animal behavior experts and insurance representatives are urging people to take steps to prevent a surge in dog bites as the weather warms, lockdowns ease and life returns to normal. According to State Farm, the month with the highest number of dog-related injury […]

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Create a Pet-Friendly Home This Holiday Season

This year, holiday gatherings may look different than celebrations in years past. With traditions and large gatherings up in the air, pet parents can take some comfort in knowing they can still celebrate with their pets. Before the festivities begin, however, it’s important for pet parents to ensure their homes are as pet-friendly as possible. […]

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