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5 TIPS TO KEEP YOUR PETS CALM & SAFE THIS 4th OF JULY

By ruthmacpete

Eve​ry year hundreds of pets throughout the country are lost or injured during 4th of July Celebrations. Here are five tips you can follow to help keep them safe and stress-free. 1. Keep your pets

Tips to Keep Your Pets Safe This Summer

By ruthmacpete

Summer is officially here! As the temperature rises across the country, the risk of summer dangers also rises, especially for your pets. Follow these simple tips in order to keep your pets safe and cool

How to Keep Your House Clean When You Have Pets

By ruthmacpete

Spring may be over, but that doesn’t mean you’re done cleaning, especially if you have pets. Pets are cute but they can be messy. Whether it’s endless shedding, litter tracked everywhere, or a trail of

Disaster Preparedness for your Pets

By ruthmacpete

Unfortunately natural disasters like hurricanes, tornadoes, earthquakes, and wild fires are an inevitable part of life. Though we cannot prevent them, we are not completely helpless. We can improve our chances for a safe outcome

How to Reduce Your Pet’s Carbon Paw Print this Earth Day 2022

By ruthmacpete

April 22nd is Earth Day, our yearly reminder to reflect upon how our actions impact the planet. However, as pet parents, we need to also think about how we can reduce our pet’s carbon pawprint.

Common Pet Poisons: How To Keep Your Pets Safe

By ruthmacpete

March 21st marks the beginning of Poison Prevention Week. Every year, thousands of pets are accidentally poisoned by common household products, foods, and plants. Here are some of the most common household hazards: 1. Human

Ways to Show Your Pets Some Love this Valentine’s Day

By ruthmacpete

Our pets give us so much and ask for so little. Show them how much you love and appreciate them this Valentine’s Day. Need help figuring out what to get your furry loved one? Here

2022 Pet Friendly New Year’s Resolutions

By ruthmacpete

2022 is here! And if you are like me, you have already made your New Year’s resolutions and are ready to start working on your new goals. But have you thought about making New Year’s

Paw-sitively Perfect Gifts for Pets and Pet Parents

By ruthmacpete

  Holiday shopping for our pets can be ruff. Our pets can’t write to Santa or tell us what they want for Christmas. If you’re still looking for the perfect gift for your furry, four-legged