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The Complete Guide to Planning a Pet Friendly Roadtrip Infographic

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.

7 Reasons to License Your Pet

3 pets wearing PetHub license tags

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.

How to Make an Emergency Plan for Your Pet

 
An old adage recommends that we hope for the best and prepare for the worst. This is equally true of your pets, as well as your own everyday life. Obviously, no one can prepare for every possible disaster that could occur, but if you have a thorough and flexible disaster plan in place beforehand it can make managing an unfortunate situation—should one occur—much easier and less stressful.
 

 

Great Essential Oil Remedies to Include in Any First Aid Kit

By Denise Fleck, Sunny-Dog Ink and Vicki Rae Thorne, Earth Heart Inc.
 
Most pet parents know it’s important to have a first aid kit around the house, and in their vehicle for their dog or cat. They also know it should include the obvious basics like gauze, first aid tape, eye wash, tweezers, antibiotic ointment, safety scissors, a digital thermometer, and a pet first aid handbook.
 
But did you know that remedies containing pure essential oils can be a safe and effective addition to your pet first aid kit?

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