Why Digital ID Tags

      One in every three pets will go missing at some point  in their lifetime.

Why Microchips Aren’t Enough

  Responsible pet parents should NEVER rely on Microchips ALONE. Although microchips are a critical tool, physical pet IDs are your first line protection in recovering your lost pet. You are relying on a lot of things to go right if you depend on solely on microchip.  

Why Digital ID Tags [Infographic]

Statics like these really scare us because we realize that the likelihood of one our pets going missing is quite high. Therefore, in the event of such a likely emergency we want our pets to be prepared with an ID tag with the best technology possible for getting them back home fast. Standard ID tags ONLY offer a name and phone number—and we want more comprehensive protection for our furry family members.

What You Need To Know About Pet ID's [Infographic]

Did you know that 1 in 3 pets will get lost in their lifetime? Only 15-20% of lost dogs are ever reunited with their families and of those pets that do make it home, only do so because of ID tags, tattoos or microchips. Celebrate National Pet ID week by making sure you have an ID tag on your pets.     

Pet First-Aid Month

It’s April and it’s Pet First-Aid Month! We’re celebrating with content from our friends at Sunny-Dog Ink! Make sure you know what to do incase of an emergency, it can save precious time and even your pet’s life!

Top 12 People Foods To Avoid Feeding Your Pets [Infographic]

Do you know what foods are poisonous to pets? Many simple household items such as onions and chewing gum can be lethal. Print out this infographic and keep it around your home so that you know what foods Fido needs to avoid.  

Top 5 Easter Poisons

Do you have Easter Lillies in your home? Are you planing on hiding Easter candy around your home? All these things can be deadly to the pets in your home. Make sure you're aware of dangers holidays can bring.

5 Tips for Pet Poisoning Emergencies

Being calm and knowing what to do in poising emergency will save precious time in the event that your pet ingests something dangerous.    

PetHub'er of the Month: Chester!

Chester is an 8 year-old Yorkie/Chihuahua mix—who loves to explore the world around him.   

Cold Weather Safey

Learn about keeping your pets safe in cold weather!

Found Duncan 11/4

Found Duncan 11/4. This little Papillon went on a big adventure.

PetHub Launches New Signal Tag

SEATTLE – (November 5, 2014) – PetHub, Inc., the leader in innovative tools to get lost pets home fast, announces the launch of its revolutionary new product the Signal Tag™, featuring Bluetooth technology.  At a time when one in three pets will go missing at some point in their lives, the Signal Tag’s technology provides a more advanced tool to get pets home safely and quickly. The versatile, durable tag is water resistant, with Bluetooth technology, a 3D motion sensor and a battery life of up to two years.

PetHub'er of the Month: Hannah!

Meet Hannah Banana! She's a rescue who's in LOVE with her fur-ever family!

Thanksgiving Safety Tips

We LOVE spending the holidays with our furry family members but we also know that we always have to keep safety in mind. The holidays bring so many treats, visitors, decorations and fun—however this can also be chaotic time for our furry friends. So be educated and be prepared!

FOUND: Spa (the Dog)

Dog Fashion Spa's Dog Spa FOUND on October 12th.

10 Tips for Halloween Pet Safety

Halloween can be tons of for you and all the furry family members! But, it can also be super scary for shy pets and animals that are frightened by costumes and/or loud noises.

10 Tips for Dog Bite Safety

Dogs only have so many ways for communicating. Unfortunately when dogs run out of ways to tell you that something is wrong, they might resort to biting.

10 Tips for Lost Pet Safety

We hate to think of our pets becoming missing because few things are as scary for a pet parent. However, there are ways to ease fear that comes with a lost pet by taking preventive steps and being prepared! The more you can educate your self the more likely you’ll be to find your pet, if ever they become lost.