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Here you can find resources to guide your pets through their lives. As the proverb says, "It takes a village to raise a child," and certainly most of us look at our pets as our kids and we want them to grow in a safe and healthy environment. Please help us build this list of resources by suggesting new articles, Perks / discounts you'd like to see added, or other features.

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Quick view: Pet Lover Geek: The Expanded Universe of Veterinar...
This year has been challenging for everyone. COVID-19 has taught us to “expect the unexpected” and industries across the world are needing to innovate to continue providing services for their customers. The veterinary medicine industry is no different. Lorien sits down with veterinarian, acclaimed speaker, and best selling author Dr. Jessica Vogelsang to learn about the innovations taking place in vet clinics across the country, from teletriage to curbside service. Dr. V shares her view on the “Expanded Universe on Vet Med” and what that means for pet parents today.       00:01 Lorien Clemens Hey pet lovers! I'm Lorien Clemens and this is Pet Lover Geek, powered by PetHub. So seven months ago -- as I'm sure everybody listening now remembers -- most of us were put into lockdowns. We were told to go inside, shut the doors and don't come out, and it was all in response to COVID-19. A lot of scary stuff; and it forced a lot of different industries to rethink how they were going to get their work done, how they were going to service those people that they consider to be customers. So from working from home to having to offer services virtually, just about... (go to article)
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Quick view: The ABC’s of Pet Identification
This article contains affiliate links to products and partners. PetHub may receive a commission for purchases made through these links. Do me a favor. Call your pup over, and give her a pat on the head. Now take a peek at her collar. Does it look sturdy and secure? What about her ID tag; can you easily read the phone number? Yeah? Great - give your pup an extra kiss for us! You obviously understand the benefit of a good collar and external ID tag, but did you know there are just three more things you can do to be a total pet identification ninja! Let’s get started on your path to feeling confident about your pet’s identification tools. It’s A Four-Legged Stool Here at PetHub, we compare pet identification to a four-legged stool. Would you feel safe sitting on a stool that only has two legs? Probably not, unless you’ve been practicing your balancing skills. Like a sturdy stool, your pet’s identification should make you feel secure and comfortable, because the last thing you want to worry about if she gets out of the backyard is if the Good Samaritan who finds her has a way to contact you. So, what are those “four legs”? Well you’ve come to the right place! External... (go to article)
Quick view: Pet Lover Geek: Don't Forget Fido - Planning...
This week on Pet Lover Geek, Lorien sits down with John Peaveler, the Lieutenant of Emergency Services at San Diego Humane Society. John oversees the Emergency Response Team which is a multi-faceted staff and volunteer team of about 160 people who provide emergency animal response services across the country. John and Lorien talk about some of the best ways pet parents can include their pets in disaster preparedness planning. John also shares an insider look into the work his team does on the ground during disasters.     00:05 Lorien Clemens Welcome to Pet Lover Geek powered by PetHub, pet lovers! I’m Lorien Clemens, and today we will be talking with one of our country’s leading experts on emergency animal response, John Peaveler. September is National Preparedness Month and throughout the month national organizations encourage families to prepare for natural disasters and emergencies. There are a variety of resources available online with information about making a plan, building an emergency preparedness kit, preparing for disasters, and educating youth about preparedness. Now, it can be easy during all of this to forget about your pet -- but remember they... (go to article)
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Quick view: Cómo los animales callejeros de la Ciudad de Méxic...
The PetHub team is always excited to work with interns who are just getting started in the animal healthcare industry and tech world. Isamar Sanchez came to us through the Veterinary Entrepreneurship Academy, a high-impact educational program that combines innovative pet health companies, entrepreneurial vet students, and forward-thinking veterinary colleges to accelerate innovation in animal healthcare. Isamar shared her story (below) that led her to wanting to become a veterinarian. From the streets of Mexico City to studying at Texas A&M University - College of Veterinary Medicine, Isamar’s passion for helping animals is infectious. Read her story in English     La vida suele ponernos en situaciones que no esperamos. Personalmente, nunca planee que mi vida fuera así. Crecí en la Ciudad de México (CDMX), en donde aprendí a apreciar la cultura, la gente, los hermosos paisajes y la comida, que no es posible encontrar en otro lugar del mundo, especialmente los tamales y los tacos de al pastor. Mi hermosa ciudad también tiene un lado oscuro. En ella vi cómo en la misma calle en donde solía comer mis tacos favoritos, también se maltrataba y rechazaba a los... (go to article)
Quick view: How Stray Dogs in Mexico City Inspired Me to Becom...
The PetHub team is always excited to work with interns who are just getting started in the animal healthcare industry and tech world. Isamar Sanchez came to us through the Veterinary Entrepreneurship Academy, a high-impact educational program that combines innovative pet health companies, entrepreneurial vet students, and forward-thinking veterinary colleges to accelerate innovation in animal healthcare. Isamar shared her story (below) that led her to wanting to become a veterinarian. From the streets of Mexico City to studying at Texas A&M University - College of Veterinary Medicine, Isamar’s passion for helping animals is infectious. Read her story in Spanish   Life is funny and puts you in situations that you would have never expected to be in, and I could have never planned for my life to take me to where I am today. As a little girl growing up in Mexico City, I was taught to appreciate the country’s rich culture, beautiful scenery, lively people, and mouth-watering food (believe me, you must try the tamales for breakfast and street tacos for dinner). Sadly, I also saw how animals were often mistreated and abandoned in the very streets that I ate my favorite... (go to article)

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