Summer's recreational activities are a blast, but adding furkids into the mix makes it better! Just remember to plan ahead for your pet's safety.
Losing a pet can be a stressful experience, but a Lost Pet Toolkit can be used for finding lost pets.
You should never rely on microchips alone. Although a critical tool, you are relying on a lot of things to go "right" if you depend solely on a microchip.
Even though most municipalities require a pet license, many pet parents don't get them. So let's learn 5 W's of getting a one, shall we?
Abduction of dogs is a crime that is unfortunately too common, especially if your dog is a purebred or of a certain breed that owners might find desirable.
Holidays are the most wonderful time of the year...unless you are a fur kid. Then, it can be a bit MUCH (and potentially dangerous).
Sure, you're a doggo magnet at every party and you pet ALL the pups at the dog park. But do you know how to help a lost one get home?
Guess what the second fastest way is to get your pet home in one day or less (after physically searching)? A physical ID tag on their collar.
Every year, millions of dogs and cats end up lost. Some are found quickly, but many aren't, land in shelters, and the outcomes are not always so good.
Knowing the different scenarios to use veterinary telehealth can help pet parents understand when and why to use this valuable and affordable tool.
Sometimes pets get lost because of a flight response to a perceived threat in their environment. So how do you find a terrified animal?
Learn how on-demand online vet care can be a game changer for you. Veterinary telehealth can provided reduced costs from the comfort of your own home.