Tips for Preventing Dog Escapes and Aggression in Gated Communities

Dogs are beloved companions, especially in gated communities where they become cherished members of the family. However, their natural instincts can sometimes lead to disruptions, like escaping boundaries or displaying aggression.  A recent study examined various personality traits in dogs, including playfulness (high link, r = 0.47-0.59), sociability (high link), curiosity (high link), non-social fearfulness, […]

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How Online Training Courses Can Transform Your Dog’s Behavior

Are you tired of dealing with your dog’s destructive behavior, constant barking, and embarrassing antics in public? Do you dream of having a well-behaved furry companion that listens to your every command and brings joy to your life? If so, you’re not alone. Many dog owners struggle to manage their pet’s behavior, often feeling frustrated, […]

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Advantages of waterproof blankets for dogs

Blanket found at:  https://pottybuddy.com/products/waterproof-blanket   Caring for a four-legged pet is inherent in all dog owners. Agree, you want to pamper your dog friend, feed him delicious food and surround him with maximum comfort. The list of uniquely necessary accessories includes waterproof dog blankets, the functionality of which is confirmed by many owners. So, let’s […]

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YOU HAVE 10 DAYS TO PLAN FOR Take Your Dog To Work Day!

Take Your Dog To Work Day Highlights: • Take Your Dog To Work Day® (TYDTWDay®) was first celebrated in 1999. 2024 will mark the 26th annual event. • It was created by Pet Sitters International (PSI) to celebrate the great companions dogs make and promote their adoptions. • The event encourages employers to experience the joys of pets in […]

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5 Tips You MUST Know About TICKS to Keep You & Your Pets Safe

1. TICKS CRAWL UP & COME IN 3 SIZES Ticks don’t jump, fly, or drop from trees. If you find one on your head or back, it likely crawled up your entire body from your foot or leg EEK! Ticks are “programmed” to attach around the head, neck or ears where the skin is thinner, […]

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How to Show Your Pet You APPRECIATE Him or Her the Mostest!

The first full week of June was proclaimed “PET APPRECIATION WEEK” by the AVMA (American Veterinary Medical Association) more than 40 years ago.  The purpose was to raise awareness of the benefits pets bring to our daily lives. I can certainly talk ZOOEYIA but let’s talk APPRECIATION… According to Merriam-Webster, ‘appreciation’ is defined as a feeling or […]

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From Bowls to Beds: Essential Dog Accessories to Keep Your Pup Happy and Healthy

As any dog owner knows, our furry friends are not just pets – they’re family. And just like any member of the family, we want to make sure they have everything they need to be happy and healthy. From cozy beds for sweet dreams to stylish bowls for mealtime bliss, there are essential accessories that […]

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DISASTER PLANNING FOR PET MOMS & DADS and PET PROFESSIONALS

DISASTER PLANNING for Pet moms & dads and professional Pet Sitters, Obedience Trainers, Groomers, Daycare Providers, Veterinary Industry Professionals, Hotel Concierges. Basically…anyone around pets! Disaster Preparedness for Pet-Care Professionals is an online certificate program was designed by Pet Safety Crusader™ Denise Fleck with Pet Sitters International. Ideal for pet sitters at all stages of business, this […]

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Essential Factors to Consider When Moving Your Cat

Moving to a new home marks a significant change not only for you, but also for your beloved feline companion. Cats are creatures of habit and can find adjustments to new environments particularly challenging. However, with careful planning and thoughtful consideration, you can help alleviate stress and ensure your cat’s safety and comfort throughout the moving process. Here are […]

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Memorial Day Weekend Safety for Pets

Considered the unofficial kick-off to summer, Memorial Day Weekend seems to bring out the summer swimmers, boaters, barbequers and weekend travelers in many of us.  That means things we haven’t been doing the last several months, will again be new, exciting and could even be dangerous for our pets!  Please supervise, supervise, supervise, and keep […]

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MAY IS LYME DISEASE PREVENTION MONTH 

More than 800 species of ticks drink the blood of mammals, birds and sometimes reptiles and amphibians. Ticks live in grassy and wooded areas around the world, mostly in warm, humid clients, but some species can be found in more arid parts. Not all carry disease, but many do, as many as 150 different diseases! […]

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Preventing Fleas, Ticks & Lick Sores

More than 2,000 species of fleas exist, but the cat flea (Ctenocephalides felis) is the one most responsible for the relentless itching suffered by both cats and dogs. To some pets, fleas are an annoyance, but to others…one or two bites from a flea can make the animal down right miserable!  When a flea bites […]

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