In honor of Lost Pet Prevention Month, we're talking with pet industry experts throughout July about the basics of lost pet prevention and recovery techniques and resources. On this episode of Pet Lover Geek, powered by PetHub, Lorien talks with Amy Burkert, founder of GoPetFriendly.com, about some of the essential tips for traveling with your dogs this summer.
The dog training experts at Dogo explain all the benefits of training your dog including becoming best friends with your pup. This article is part of Lost Pet Prevention Month 2020.
Denise Fleck, The Pet Safety Crusader™, shares some of the best practices for helping a lost pet who is injured. This post is part of Lost Pet Prevention Month 2020.
Robin Bennett, co-founder of The Dog Gurus, gives some advice on what pet parents can do to help desensitize their dog to loud noises. Help your dog conquer fireworks, loud music, cars backfiring, and more by taking these 3 easy steps.
Lorien talks with Carole Feeney, co-founder of Project Blue Collar. Lorien and Carole dive into all of the best tips for finding the best collars, leashes and harnesses for your pup. Carole also provides some great advice to pet parents who have a newly adopted dog -- and how to keep them safe at home as they adjust to their new life.
Guest post from Shed Defender. With fireworks and thunderstorm season around the corner, there are a handful of ways we can prepare to keep our pups calm when the loud noises hit our neighborhoods.
5 Ways To Help A Missing Pet Return Home Safely & Quickly - Finding a missing pet can be stressful. All you want to do is help return this pet to his family, but remembering the basics can be difficult in stressful situations. We’ve put together five steps you can take to help find the pet’s owner.
7 Ways To Help Your Pet Return Home Safely & Quickly - Losing a pet is always stressful, and remembering the basics in the moment tends to be difficult. As pet parents, we can’t always rely on the local organizations that provide helpful services for lost pet recovery to be open and available to help in our time of need.
When pet microchip manufacturers talk about their product, they are optimistic to the point of arrogance. While confidence and hubris gets them sales, it is at the cost of animal safety and an increased expense to animal welfare organizations and individuals who replace a physical ID tag with a surgically implanted chip.