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Protect Your Pet: Pet Tags 101

Even though pets have unique personalities, names, ages, and distinctive physical features that set them apart from other members of their breed, identifying similar looking animals can be a little tricky. Since your pet can’t show up at the DMV for their driver’s license or state-issued ID, you’ll have to go about doing a little bit of extra work to make certain they’re just as easy to identify as you are.
 

Protect Your Pet: Pet Licensing 101

As every good parent knows, keeping your loved ones safe isn’t always easy. Being proactive is the most responsible thing a parent can do to keep their loved ones safe. In the event that your pet should accidentally wander off, get lost, or run away, one of the most important things you can do to protect their safety and wellbeing is to invest in the process of pet licensing.
 

Lost Pet Advice: Finding Pets Who've Run Away From Shock

Most often, a furry friend that’s run away from home or has gone missing hasn’t done so out of a genuine desire to abandon you, but because of an external situation. Many want the chance to temporarily exercise their natural hunting, running, or chasing instincts in a way that extends beyond the boundaries, and simply wander too far in the wrong direction. In some cases, however, a cat or dog can take off in search of safety if there is a perceived threat in your environment. 

Lost Pet Advice: Common Scenarios of Lost Cats

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One of the challenges of being a pet parent to a loving feline is the need to frequently answer one important question: “Where is my cat?” If you have an indoor cat and access to windows and doors is pretty limited, you don’t need to stress too much over the cat’s sudden disappearance. Especially if they are of a temperamental nature, they’ll come out when they’re hungry, thirsty, or bored with playing the hiding game.

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