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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: It's Adopt a Shelter Dog Month!
Did you know that there are over 3.1 million dogs in shelters throughout the U.S? This number is sadly growing, not decreasing. It's now estimated that a total of 5,500 dogs are euthanized everyday due to lack of resources and folks who choose to shop instead of adopt. Though these statistics may seem glum, but we have the power to do something about this! Why pay an exorbitant amount of our hard-earned money on puppymills when we have dogs in need near us, that are affordable and just waiting for their forever homes. YOU have the power to make a difference by adopting shelter pets! We reached out to some of our PetHub client shelters and asked about some of their more long term residence who are still looking for loving homes and they came back with some SU-PAW adorable doggos- listed below. Could you be the person to change their world? Click their names to be directed to even more info about these adorable ladies and gents! Sweet Pea at Denver Animal Shelter Sweet Pea is a Siberian Husky and Labrador Retriever mix and is the sweetest, and most adorable girl. She’s an adult pupper and has beautiful blue eyes and natural eyeliner. She is a shy, sensitive girl looking for a... (go to article)
Quick view: Pet Lover Geek: Finding Your Soul Dog
Podcast Host: Lorien Clemens Transcript written by Casey DeArmon       00:00 Music 00:00 Lorien Clemens Hey pet lovers, welcome to Pet Lover Geek powered by PetHub. I'm Lorien Clemens and today's episode is all about "competibility". You know here at PetHub a big part of our mission is about helping pet parents prevent their first kids from getting lost, and if they ever do go missing, giving pet parents the best possible chance to get those kiddos home. So an important aspect of returning loss pets home quickly is understanding their motivations and perceptions so that you can best predict where your furry little friend has wandered off to, and why they might have got lost in the first place. Our guest today cofounded how I met my dog, and is a nationally recognized dog trainer who has devoted her life to developing the human and canine bond. Her name is Jodi Anderson and we're super excited to have her with us today. So stick around through our short break so that after you can learn all about who our dogs are, and how to develop a deeper, more meaningful relationship. We're also going to learn about Jodi's service, which is super duper cool, and you... (go to article)
Quick view: What Nutrients Do Cats Need?
This is a featured guest article from Now Fresh. Their idea is simple - pets deserve food that is made with the same love, care, and thoughtfulness as we put into preparing meals for the human members of our families. Author: the NOW FRESH Team. We like to be transparent at PetHub: we have affiliate partnerships with some of the companies listed below and we may receive a commission for purchases made through the links in this article at no extra cost to you. Being a cat parent is incredibly rewarding. Although some may find them aloof or hard to approach, experienced cat owners know they can be some of the most loveable and affectionate companions you can find. And for all the unconditional love you provide, they’ll return it in spades — if even in their own unique ways. Due to physiological differences, cats require different nutrients to be given in their diet compared to dogs. It’s up to you, their loving pet parent, to make sure they are getting the proper nutrition from the food they eat. If for any reason you’re unsure about what nutrients to look for in cat food, no problem! We’ve compiled a list of some of the most key nutrients your cat needs in their diet.... (go to article)
Quick view: All About CBD for Pets
Author: Casey DeArmon PetHub has been around since 2010 with a clear goal in mind: Protect. Share. Nurture. This means that we want to help provide products and services that help keep your furry friends safe & give you plenty of resources to do so. Through the years, our blog has grown and we have discussed many topics ranging from dog food, toys for senior dogs, pet anxiety, and more. We have noticed a trend in people interested in learning about their pet’s anxiety and how they can help manage it. Our hope is to provide you with information, resources, and recommended products that leave you feeling comfortable in making the best decision(s) for your pet. For the past few years, CBD has been a growing industry for not only humans, but pets as well. Research shows that in 2018 the pet market  for CBD was $64 million and is expected to grow to $801 million by 2024. Not only can CBD help with anxiety, but it can also help alleviate pain, controlling seizures, and act as an anti-inflammatory. As new studies come out and confirm the benefits, more and more veterinary professionals are recommending CBD products to pet parents. All that said, we have to keep in mind... (go to article)
Quick view: 4 Things to Watch For in Older Dogs
This is a featured guest article from YuMOVE - makers of trip action hip & joint supplements for dogs that aid stiffness, mobility, and join structure. Helping over 1.5 million dogs globally every year. Author: the YuMOVE Team. Our dogs getting older is one thing we all as dog owners hate to think about. We want them to stay our little, lively puppies forever. As much as we may be in denial about our pup getting older, it’s important to make sure that we keep an eye on our older dog’s health and wellbeing to ensure they have the best quality of life possible. In this article, we explore 4 things to watch for in older dogs and how to help them. When is my dog considered ‘senior’? A dog is considered senior when they reach 7 years of age, although the signs of aging can depend on the size and breed of the dog according to The American Veterinary Medical Association. For example, very large breeds like Great Danes will age more quickly than smaller breeds. Taking this example, the Great Dane would be considered a senior age by 6 whereas a smaller breed like a Dachshund may not be considered senior until the age of 8 or 9.  Here are 4 things to watch out for in... (go to article)

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