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10 Pet Travel Safety Tips

Traveling with your furry family memebers can be great fun but safety always needs to come first!    

10 Tips for Pet Poisoning Emergencies

Finding your pet poisoned is one of the scariest threats a pet parent can face.

Preparing Rescued Animals for Travel & New Homes

September is national preparedness month. So I thought I’d share how we prepare animals rescued through inside/out’s International Humanitourism programs (www.humanitourism.org ) for rehoming in the United States.     

How To Add Medical Info to Your Pet's Profile

  When you set up your PetHub account, create a profile for your pet, and link their new digital ID tag, you may think that you are just getting the lost pet recovery services. But, did you know that PetHub profiles can hold more than just emergency contact information?

Found: Nerk & Sakoda (WA)

Nerk became lost after chasing his sister Sakoda out on the farm. 

Preparing for the Pet Sitter

Naturally you’re going to leave the essentials: your emergency contact information, the phone number and address of your veterinarian, and your pets medication and feeding schedule. But let’s take a look at how you can take it up a notch …

A Tail Of Preparedness

Daisy’s Dad was being prepared when he was checking her tags to make sure they were legible and up-to-date. It was during this routine check he discovered that her tag was damaged and difficult to read.  

Heat Stroke Prevention

New infographic with our friends at gopetfriendly.com

FOUND--Holly (Arizona)

FOUND--Holly (Arizona). Found Pack member story of the month.

Beach Safety Infographic

Beach Safety Infographic with GoPetFriendly.com

Lost Pet Prevention Advice

Lost Pet Prevention Advice From The Lola Project

Lost Pet Prevention For New Adoptive Pet Parents

Many first time pet owners turn to shelters for adoption. However, pets that are adopted from shelters often have special behavioral needs, especially if they have been rescued from a puppy mill or abusive situation.  

9 Ways to Help a Shy, Panicked, or Scared Lost Dog

If you find a lost dog, they are most likely scared or panicked. They may be friendly, but they are away from their familiar surroundings and might act skittish. Here are a few tips for helping a lost dog should you find one.  

7 Critical Questions To Ask A New Pet Sitter

It can be scary leaving your beloved pet in someone else’s care while you travel for work or vacation.  

July Is Lost Pet Prevention Month – Tips for Staying Together While Traveling

Tips for Staying Together While Traveling   There’s nothing better than traveling with your pets…but there would be nothing worse than having your dog or cat get lost when they’re away from home. Sadly, each year a number of pets run away while they’re on vacation with their families. Next month is Lost Pet Prevention Month, and we’re sharing what we’ve learned to help you make sure your pet isn’t one of the unfortunate ones! Follow these tips, and you’ll have no trouble staying together while you’re traveling.

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