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Quick view: Pet Lover Geek: Safety First - Traveling With Your...
On today's episode of Pet Lover Geek, powered by PetHub, Lorien talks with Amy Burkert, founder of GoPetFriendly.com, about some of the essential tips for traveling with your dogs this summer. In honor of Lost Pet Prevention Month, Lorien is talking with pet industry experts throughout July about the basics of lost pet prevention and recovery techniques and resources. PetHub started Lost Pet Prevention Month in 2014 to drive deeper conversations around all of the ways pet parents can prevent a pet from becoming lost, as well as how to get them home quickly if they go AWOL (Absent WithOut a Leash).       Lorien Clemens Welcome to Pet Lover Geek, pet lovers. We are powered by PetHub and I am Lorien Clemens. Today, we are exploring the world of traveling with our pets, and how to keep them safe along the way. We’ve spent the past several weeks celebrating Lost Pet Prevention Month and educating pet parents on keeping their pets safe at home. Now more than ever, pet parents are bringing their pets along with them on vacation, and it is evident when you see the amount of accommodations that are catering to pet travelers and cities that tout their pet friendly... (go to article)
Quick view: Why Is It So Important To Train Your Dog?
This is a featured guest post for Lost Pet Prevention Month 2020. Written by the team at Dogo Dogs, for centuries, have been a great part of man’s life. With their loyalty, trust, and pure joy that they bring to our daily routines, they proved to be wonderful life companions. To create a long-lasting, happy relationship with your dog, you have to get to know them better, understand their needs, and teach them how to become your best companion. All of the above is possible through regular training sessions. Why is it so important to train your dog? How could you and your pup benefit from training?   You will understand the canine language better Dogs are different species than humans. If you want to learn their language, you have to observe their behaviour and body - tail wags and ear movements may have surprising meaning! Training can help you understand your pup’s language better because it requires you to spend quality time with them. During training, you fully focus on your dog, therefore you observe their behaviour in different situations and circumstances. Through regular practice, your dog will be able to understand what is expected of them and learn the commands... (go to article)
Quick view: 6 Commands To Train Your Dog To Prevent Them From...
This is a featured guest post for Lost Pet Prevention Month 2020. Written by the team at Dogo  It’s a fact that training plays a crucial part in lost pet prevention. There are undeniable benefits of having a trained pup, such as being able to understand your furry friend better, providing them with mental exercises, or creating a strong bond based on mutual trust and affection. As a responsible dog parent, you want to ensure your dog’s safety at all times. Dogo has shared six of the most useful commands your dog should know to prevent them from becoming lost. Check out these pups showing off their tricks and then dive deep into Dogo’s practical guide below.     Come (Recall) This basic obedience command can save your dog from many kinds of accidents - when your dog is off-leash on the walk, you have to make sure that they will always come back when called. There might be a dog or a bike approaching their way, there might also be a fun distraction but you have to build the connection with them that strong that whatever it would be, your pup will be always happy to quickly come back to you. Sit & Stay It is a great cue to train your dog’s ability to... (go to article)
Quick view: How to Help a Lost Pet Who is Injured
This is a featured guest post for Lost Pet Prevention Month 2020. Written by Denise Fleck, The Pet Safety Crusader™  Cold and tired, with paws sore from miles travelled.  Tummy grumbling due to lack of a decent meal, scavenging back alley garbage cans for days on end.  Desperately in need of rest where both eyes can close shut without fear of being hunted.  Sorely missing his humans and the comfort of home.  This is the plight of a lost family pet, and even worse, illness and/or injury sometimes add to the problems faced by man’s and woman’s best friend. Those lucky souls who have never lost a furry family member, upon seeing a stray dog, may wrongly conclude that the pet has been abandoned, or that his owners failed to keep him safely confined at home.  Even the best of pet parents are sometimes outwitted by a curious dog with rambling paws, who finds himself lost and afraid.  Like you, the canine’s family of humans may be frantically looking for their best friend, so carefully take the steps you would hope someone else would take if it was your fur child that had taken flight. At the very least, have a few items ready to go: 6 ft.... (go to article)
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Quick view: My Dog Hates Loud Noises! What Should I Do?
Phew! We (including our pups) made it through the 4th of July all in one piece; we survived the excess hotdogs and watermelon, maintained our social distancing practices, and made sure our dog had a safe place at home to feel protected during the fireworks show. But, there is always more we can do to help our dogs - especially those that are extra sensitive to loud noises - feel more relaxed and comfortable, and face their phobias with ease. We had the chance to chat with Robin Bennett and get some great tips for pet parents to help their dogs conquer sound phobias (and conquer the next firework show!). Pet parents can work with their dog throughout the year to help desensitize their noise phobias, Robin says. She adds, now is a great time to start since it’s on the top of your mind. She recommends these positive training techniques to desensitize your dog to things like fireworks, storms, or other loud noises: 1. Get your dog comfortable with their own “safe space” Robin says a great place to start is by getting your pup used to a place in your house where she feels comfortable. This could be a bathroom, laundry room, or even a crate. Giving your dog her own safe... (go to article)

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