The PetHub sales team has had the pleasure of working closely with Animal Control Officers and the organizations they work for over the years. It’s a highlight of our jobs, especially when we learn more about the special sauce that makes a community and the people who work for it shine!
Figuring out pet insurance and which kind is best for you and your fur kid can be overwhelming. But don't fret, that's where we come in! We've made the process simple by providing a 6-step guide for you to follow in order to get the best bite for your bark.
Figuring out pet insurance and which kind is best for your fur kid can seem like a lot of work, but we've made the process seamless by providing you with the 6 steps you need follow in order to get the best bite for your bark.
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.
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.
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.
It sometimes seems like dogs will eat anything - except for those times when they turn up their nose at dinner time. Even if they have enjoyed the same kibble recipe for years, there are many factors that can cause your dog to suddenly stop – including age, health issues, or even a change in their environment.
Whether you are new to being a pet parent or have had your furry friend for years, we know how expensive vet bills can be - especially when it comes to dental. Luckily, pet technology has only gotten better and we now have access to tools that improve the life of our pet’s as well as our lives as pet parents!
We are starting a new Pet Lover Geek series called From the Vault! We will be bringing back episodes from past seasons that we think are packed full of important and relevant information for pet parents. In this From The Vault episode, Lorien talks with Robin Bennett, Kim Paciotti, and Ruth Ann Lobos about puppies and what is important during that stage of your new furry friends life.