The dog training experts at Dogo put together 6 excellent commands to teach your dog to prevent him from becoming lost. This article is part of Lost Pet Prevention Month 2020.
Denise Fleck, The Pet Safety Crusader™, shares some of the best practices for helping a lost pet who is injured. This post is part of Lost Pet Prevention Month 2020.
Robin Bennett gives advice for how to help desensitize dogs to loud noises. Help your dog conquer fireworks, loud music, cars backfiring, and more by taking these 3 easy steps.
Expert guest, Kristen Levine, highlights tips for preventing lost pets in honor of Lost Pet Prevention Month: use a leash, pet-proof your home, and get the right tech.
With fireworks and thunderstorm season around the corner, Shed Defender shares e a handful of ways we can prepare to keep our pups calm when the loud noises hit our neighborhoods.
Finding a missing pet can be stressful, but remembering the basics can really help! We’ve got five ways you can help a missing pet return home to his family.
We have seven tips for helping your pet return home quickly and safely if he becomes lost. From using social media to spread the word to walking the neighborhood, we’ve got it all.
Playdate CEO shares four ideas for keeping your dog active and stimulated at home. We can get so focused on the very critical issues of staying healthy and safe that we can sometimes forget that our pets are looking to us to keep them healthy too!
It’s our job to make sure we provide our pets with the tools they need to stay safe and engaged when life looks different for them, too. Here are some basics to keep in mind.
When pet microchip manufacturers talk about their product, they are optimistic to the point of arrogance. While confidence and hubris gets them sales, it is at the cost of animal safety and an increased expense to animal welfare organizations and individuals who replace a physical ID tag with a surgically implanted chip.