At Pethub we strie to fulfill our everyday values of Protect, Share, and Nurture. One of the most beautiful things all of us can do to Protect and Nurture our animal friends is to choose to adopt dogs in need at our local animal shelters.
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.
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.
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.
A few months after everything went into lockdown, we slowly realized that working remotely would be our new normal. Team PetHub decided to take a vote on whether or not we should go back to the office or fully go remote - I think you can guess which one won.
Downsizing your home can be stressful. Apart from actually finding a new place that makes you happy and suits your needs, there’s also the logistics of moving to consider — not to mention the emotions that come with letting go of certain belongings, and saying farewell to your neighbours and memories.
Vacations are a time to relax, unwind and switch off — but for many pet parents, trying to find reliable and safe pet care you can trust can be stressful! So with summer just around the corner, we’re sniffing out some of the top ways you can keep your pets safe this Lost Pet Prevention Month.
Most of us have seen a movie where there is a “dog catcher” and they are usually not portrayed as very nice characters. Over the years this has created a stereotype for Animal Control Officers (ACO’s) which has also caused a sense of distrust for some community members.
The summer marks a three month window where homegrown fireworks displays could happen at any moment. While an annoyance for some, the loud noises can be terrifying for pets, triggering their fight or flight response. That, combined with warmer weather, open windows, and visitors who don’t always fully shut doors upon their arrival, could lead to a pet finding their way outside of the safety of your home.
Traveling with your pets is a great way to make memories together. But having your pets off their normal routine and in unfamiliar environments means more things can go wrong and pets can get lost. Those are not the kind of memories you want to make! So follow these tips to help keep your pets from getting lost while you travel.