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6 Commands To Train Your Dog To Prevent Them From Getting Lost

The dog training experts at Dogo put together 6 excellent commands to teach your dog to prevent him from becoming lost. This article is part of Lost Pet Prevention Month 2020.

How to Help a Lost Pet Who is Injured

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.

My Dog Hates Loud Noises! What Should I Do?

Robin Bennett gives advice for how to help desensitize dogs to loud noises. Help your dog conquer fireworks, loud music, cars backfiring, and more by taking these 3 easy steps.

Pet Lover Geek: Collars, Leashes, Harnesses - Oh My!

Lorien and Carole Feeney dive into the best tips for finding the collars, leashes and harnesses for your pup. Plus, advice for newly adopted dog parents and how to the pup safe as they adjust to their new life.

3 Important Ways to Prevent Lost Pets (and how to get them back home)

Expert guest, Kristen Levine, highlights tips for preventing lost pets in honor of Lost Pet Prevention Month: use a leash, pet-proof your home, and get the right tech.

Preparing for Fireworks and Thunderstorm Season

With fireworks and thunderstorm season around the corner, Shed Defender shares e a handful of ways we can prepare to keep our pups calm when the loud noises hit our neighborhoods.

Pet Lover Geek: Utilizing Pet Behavior & Training To Keep Fido Safe

On this episode of Pet Lover Geek, powered by PetHub, Lorien talks with Jamie Damato Midgal, CEO and founder of FetchFind, to learn how training and understanding your pet's body language can keep him safe at home.

What Should I Do If I Find A Lost Pet?

Finding a missing pet can be stressful, but remembering the basics can really help! We’ve got five ways you can help a missing pet return home to his family.

What Should I Do If My Pet isn't Where they should be

We have seven tips for helping your pet return home quickly and safely if he becomes lost. From using social media to spread the word to walking the neighborhood, we’ve got it all.

4 Tips to Keep Your Dog Active During Quarantine

Playdate CEO shares four ideas for keeping your dog active and stimulated at home. We can get so focused on the very critical issues of staying healthy and safe that we can sometimes forget that our pets are looking to us to keep them healthy too!

Keeping Your Pet Safe & Engaged (While At Home)

It’s our job to make sure we provide our pets with the tools they need to stay safe and engaged when life looks different for them, too. Here are some basics to keep in mind.

Working Remotely: How We Make It Work

Working from home can be fantastic. You get to design your own office space, you don’t have that nosey co-worker poking their head in every hour, and you don’t have to change out of your sweats if you don’t want to. All of that is great, until your neighbor starts firing up every power tool they have, your kids demand their third snack of the day, and your dog poops on the rug.

Planning For Your Pets In Times Of Uncertainty

It’s never too late to plan for your pets in the case of an emergency, well, of course that is until it is too late. Here at PetHub, it is our goal to support you and your pets' safety so we’ve gathered some resources that can help you and your family prepare for times of uncertainty.  

5 Ways To Fix Your Dog’s Home-Alone Loneliness

We know at PetHub, that your pets are an extension of your family. While you’re at work or out running errands you’re thinking about your dog. You wonder if they are safe. You worry about whether they are bored and you assume they are lonely. What’s a pet parent to do? You can’t always stay home. You certainly can’t take your dog with you everywhere you go (remember, NEVER leave a dog in a car)!

How To Relieve Your Dog’s Stress & Keep Them Entertained

Having a houseful of people can be fun (and for some, a great stress). The same is true for our fur-babies. While you may enjoy having more time at home and with your family, this can bring “chaos” to your home which  can be a stressful time for your dog. A houseful of people can lead to anxiety and even “bad” behaviors from your normally well-behaved dog (and cat). We have tips on how to entertain and relieve your dog’s stress during these times. These tips are ideal for any family gathering no matter what the situation or when it happens throughout the year.

Planning A Wedding While Working For A Startup

Planning a wedding: “It’ll be fun” they say, “It’ll be easy” they say. Well let me tell you, it’s not all white roses and champagne…well maybe it is, and it is very exciting. Planning my wedding has been jumping one rose covered hurdle after another. Though it has been very enjoyable and exciting, it has also added lots to do on top of working for a startup. Working for a startup has been much like drinking from a fire hose connected to an endless supply of water, and the water is in the form of many hats.

Accidental Pet Theft: Don't Break The Bond

Animal theft happens more than I realized after I dug in and talked to people in “the biz.” I’m not talking about intentional theft of an animal but accidental theft. Yes, it’s a thing

Pet Food Safety: What You Should Know

A healthy and balanced diet is important for everyone, including our pets. When we are buying, preparing, and storing our own food, we take into careful consideration how we do so. We want to prevent contamination, open food containers, dirty messes, things going bad, etc. But how often do you consider those same standards for your pets?

PetHub Staff Picks: Holiday Pet Gift Guide 2019

PetHub Staff Picks: Holiday Pet Gift Guide 2019 With how quickly the pet industry is growing, the world is full of paw-some pet products - everything from food to toys to gadgets. But it goes without saying that some of these are better than others. Whenever you go looking for new things for your furry family, you want the best & probably look at reviews, but how do you know which ones to trust?

Animal Shelter Appreciation Week 2019: What Our Friends Are Doing

In 1996, The Humane Society of the United States founded National Animal Shelter & Rescue Appreciation Week. This week is to help encourage people to learn more about their local shelters, what they are doing to help animals all over, and to help people learn how they can help too!

Pet Microchips #FAIL

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.

More Than Just A Tag: The Pawsome Benefits Of Your PetHub Tag

  You've Activated Your Tag...Now What Does It Do? So, you've activated your new PetHub tag and want to know all the cool benefits it comes with. You may be curious about how this newfangled type of ID tag works. Well, that tag you are holding is much more than just your ordinary ID tag - it’s super charged! Let’s dig in to the nitty gritty details and show you why activating your tag is one of the best things you can do for your pet!  

How To Report Your Pet Missing & Found On PetHub

When your pet goes missing, there is no time to waste. And we work hard here at PetHub to ensure that every family’s pets stays safe, happy and home for their whole lives.   We know that time is of the essence when it comes to taking the steps to get your pet back home. Making lost pet flyers can be time consuming and stressful.

PetHub's New Look!

If you have been on PetHub’s website recently, you may have noticed that we have a whole new look.

PetHub Gives Back: What Is Shelter Share?

At PetHub, we are all about helping as many pets as possible. Not only do we help pets directly by helping get them home quickly with PetHub tags, we also help the shelters and organizations that find homes for pets through our Shelter Share program.    

Tips for Better Photos of Your Dog

How To Take Better Photos Of Your Dog   One of the many fun things to do as a dog owner is to get those shots of him being exactly who he is, quirks and all. The tough thing is you usually end up with something blurry or with green eye (the dog equivalent of red-eye). So I'm here to give you a few tips on how to get the most out of your dog photography so you can get better pictures of your best friend.