Caring for your pet, and keeping them safe, in a natural disaster starts before one even happens. You’ve probably all heard the message about preparing your pet but how many of you have actually taken the steps to do it?
“I just kept thinking…I don’t have enough arms for all of my children…my three kids, and my fur baby, Lexi…how am I gonna hold on to all them if it hits us?”
Author: Courtney Heitter from Rover.com
Nothing can be more exciting than bringing your pet on a fun roadtrip. Just keep in mind you'll need to consider and carefully plan out a few things before you set off on your trip with your furry companion. We teamed up with GoPetFriendly.com to create an infographic that highlights everything you will need to plan out to enjoy a pleasant roadtrip with your pet.
As a pet owner, you spend plenty of time making sure your dog is healthy and safe. You walk him or her daily, feed it nutritious food, and take it to the vet when something seems “off”. You’ve equipped your pet with the best, most modern, digital pet ID tag from PetHub and microchipped them.
Many pet parents and guests want to share the Thanksgiving feast with the dog. That can be a problem though because sometimes things on the table contain ingredients that are harmful to them. The best way to ensure that your dog will stay safe while enjoying the Thanksgiving festivities is to make them their own yummy Thanksgiving feast.
When your guests arrive, politely ask that they do not feed any food from the dinner table or their plate to your dog. Let them know that you have a safe and healthy meal especially prepared for your pup waiting in the fridge.
Professional canine escape artists. We know they exist. Dogs that will bolt, dig or chew to the ends of the earth in order to reach a seemingly sweet freedom, filled with open spaces and new smells, that awaits them outside of the confines of their home or yard.
Tip#1: Have a Photo
By Denise Fleck, Sunny-Dog Ink and Vicki Rae Thorne, Earth Heart Inc.