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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

Winter Weather Pet Safety Tips

By ruthmacpete

I recommend investing in warm weather apparel for those times when your pet has to go outside for a walk or playtime. Canada Pooch makes all kinds of winter gear for pets, including jackets, hoodies, sweaters,

Halloween Hazards all Pet Parents Need to Know

By ruthmacpete

Halloween is almost here! Halloween is my all-time favorite holiday. Ever since I was a kid, I have loved Halloween but… not everyone loves Halloween. In fact, many animals are downright terrified by the holiday.

The Scoop on Kitty Potty Problems

By ruthmacpete

It can be very upsetting when your cat urinates outside their litter box. Feline inappropriate elimination (FIE), or house soiling, can be a challenging problem to solve, leaving many feeling overwhelmed. In fact, FIE is

Cool Products From SuperZoo 2021

By ruthmacpete

Pet retailers from around the world are in Las Vegas this week to showcase their latest pet products. SuperZoo, the largest pet industry trade show in North America, features every kind of pet product imaginable:

Keeping Pets Safe From Fire Dangers

By ruthmacpete

July is National Pet Fire Safety Day. According to the American Fire Administration, house fires affect approximately 500,000 pets each year. Make sure you know how you can keep your pets safe from fire dangers.

Santa Monica: A Dog-Friendly Get-Away

By ruthmacpete

As a crazy dog mom, I am always looking for things to do and places to explore with my four-legged furry friend. Unfortunately, as any dog parent knows, planning a pet-friendly vacation can be difficult.

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