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Sneak Peak of Trendy New Pet Products

Sneak Peak of Trendy New Pet Products

Who doesn’t love an exclusive, insider view of game-changing products?  According to the American Pet Products Association (APPA), the pet industry has reached over $100 billion in annual sales, the highest level in industry history. But what new factors are contributing to the increase in pet owner-consuming spending? And what new product addresses current pet [...] Continue Reading
Fido’s Got the Back to School Blues

Fido’s Got the Back to School Blues

After the family has been home for the summer (and, of course, the pandemic), your pets have been used to a large amount of attention. Without family members home all day, your pet might act out in a variety of different ways when that attention is lost as the kids go back to school and/or [...] Continue Reading
Let Sleeping Dogs Lie

Let Sleeping Dogs Lie

Like humans, dogs need sleep. Good sleeping habits and a regular feeding and exercise regime contribute to healthier sleeping patterns for dogs.  Petrendologist Reed provides expert tips about dogs and sleeping.   How many hours a day does a dog sleep? Dogs sleep anywhere from 8-14 hours a day. However, these numbers can vary based [...] Continue Reading
Pet Proofing 101

Pet Proofing 101

It is important to pet-proof a house with the same vengeance that we use to baby-proof our homes. As pet parents, we must recognize that every home contains a variety of items and substances that can be dangerous or even fatal if ingested by pets. You protect your pet’s health by targeting the most common health [...] Continue Reading
Summer Cooling Products for Pets

Summer Cooling Products for Pets

When the temperatures soar, pet owners need to take steps to keep their pets cool.  The summer months can be uncomfortable—even dangerous—for pets as well as their people.  Use these expert tips to keep your pets cool and safe this summer season. Hydration Every Day & All Day July is Hydration Awareness month.  Your dog's body will [...] Continue Reading
Back-to-Work Preparedness for Pandemic Pets

Back-to-Work Preparedness for Pandemic Pets

Both dogs and cats are creatures of habit. If you’ve been at home with them during the pandemic, they have gotten use to having you around all day. Before going back to work, a gentle transition can help establish a routine that is critical for their well-being and long-term happiness. Start slow Introduce the new [...] Continue Reading
Gearing Up For Summer

Gearing Up For Summer

Summer adventures become even more fun for dogs when they have the proper gear. Whether you’re planning a staycation or a more intense excursion this summer, check out some of the season’s best finds. Sun Protection With summertime sun, it’s not only time to start upping your sun protection game, but your pet’s too. For [...] Continue Reading
Challenging Times Dictate Adjustments: Veterinarians Must Focus On What Matters Most

Challenging Times Dictate Adjustments: Veterinarians Must Focus On What Matters Most

To say that COVID-19 has changed our personal lifestyles over the past month is an understatement. The coronavirus pandemic has caused us to shelter at home, and of course avoid time with friends at social events, entertainment venues, restaurants and even church. Sure, we may have video and streaming services, take-outs from our surviving restaurants […]

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Careful Use of Cleaning Products Around Pets

Careful Use of Cleaning Products Around Pets

To help slow the spread of COVID-19, many people have started working from home, and schools and colleges have transitioned to distance learning. With heightened awareness that the virus can be transmitted by touching contaminated objects, some individuals have also started sanitizing their homes as a preventive measure. However, some of these sanitary products can […]

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