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Found Duncan 11/4

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

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 Important 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. Make sure to keep these things in mind to protect yourself, the dog, and those around you.

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.  

10 Common Foods That are Harmful to Dogs

  We all love to share snacks with our pups! However, there a lot of simple everyday items that can be lethal dogs. The sad truth is most pet poisonings happen because of regular household items. So, stay educated and keep your pet safe!  

10 Dog Park Safety Tips

Going to the dog park is a lot of fun but it can also be a lot of danger. Make sure you take these safety precautions before going to the park.

10 Tips for “Houndini” Proofing Your Home

What’s a Houndini? It’s a pet that’s an escape artist--who has a knack for pulling disappearing tricks. Even pets that aren’t known for being a Houdini can still pull a disappearing act  especially if your home isn’t properly secured.

10 Pet Travel Safety Tips

Planning a trip with your furbabies? Woohoo!   Traveling with your furry family members can be so much fun, but safety always needs to come first! We're going to help you out with some PAWsome tips on how to keep your pet safe, healthy, happy and with YOU while traveling.

10 Tips for Pet Poisoning Emergencies

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

10 Fall Pet Safety Tips

The PetHub Mantra to keep every family’s pet safe, happy and home for the rest of their lives is of utmost value to us.This means that we want you to know the most important information to help keep your furry friends safe & give you peace of mind. As Summer fades into Fall and temperatures drop, more animals become susceptible to injury, illness and even death. It’s important that pet owners, especially new ones, are fully aware of the unique dangers that animals face in the fall and can prepare for them accordingly. Whether you're a new pet parent or just want to be on top of your care game, we’ve got you covered on all you should avoid and plan for.

Why You NEED Pet Insurance

  At PetHub our mission is to ensure that every families pet stays happy, safe and HOME for the rest of their lives. Making sure you purchase Pet Insurance is a great step to ensure you this is true for you and your fur family.  What is pet health insurance?

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.

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