The biggest gift-giving holidays like Christmas and Hanukkah are just right around the corner, and it only makes sense that as our lives become more connected with technology, so do the lives of our pets. Today, we're going to explore four products that are at the top of our wish list this holiday season with Amy Tokic, Editor at PetGuide.com.
Pet Lover Geek explores one of the latest trends in managing your pet’s health: CBD. We asked Dr. Judy Morgan - a leader in combining holistic veterinary care with traditional Western techniques - to walk us through what CBD is, how it might be able to benefit our pets, and what pet parents need to know when choosing CBD products for their pets.
The PetHub team has scoured the internet for some of the best stories from 2020. After a year of unknowns and challenges, we wanted to bring our Pack stories that made us smile, laugh, and feel hopeful.
The biggest gift giving holidays like Christmas and Hanukkah are just right around the corner. So PetHub picked the brain of Amy Tokic, the editor at PetGuide.com, to learn about some of the hottest tech products on the top of her list this holiday season.
Are you still looking for that perfect gift for the furriest friend in your life? Shop our hand-picked holiday gifts under $50 (we've even got some discounts for you)!
This article was written in recognition of National Animal Shelter Appreication Week 2020. We had the opportunity to talk with three different organizations that are part of a pivotal change in how animal shelters support the animals and people in the communities.
Did you know that 80% of cat breeds have only been around for 80 years; and there are only 40-70 recognized cat breeds (compared to the 195 dog breeds)? We're diving into the world of our feline friends with the experts at Basepaws, a pioneer in feline genetics -- a field that has been understudied and underfunded for years.
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.
Here at PetHub, we compare pet identification to a four-legged stool. Like a sturdy stool, your pet’s identification should make you feel secure and comfortable. Your pet's identification should consist of external identification, a registered microchip, license and registration, and the extras for added security.
On this episode of Pet Lover Geek, powered by PetHub, Lorien talks with John Peaveler, Lieutenant of Emergency Services at San Diego Humane Society, about how pet parents can include their pets in their disaster preparedness planning.