Pet Travel by Car: Get your pet off your lap – it could be the law in your state.

How many times when you are running errands or driving across town does a car pull up next to you at a traffic light with a pet sitting on the driver’s lap? Usually, it is a cute little dog with its head out the window while the driver has one hand around its body and the other on the wheel of the car. Little do these drivers consider how dangerous this is for their pup and for themselves and the passengers in the car.

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Pet Safety: Keeping Your Pet Safe During New Years Celebrations

New Years Eve – A time to celebrate all of the great times you had the past 12 months and to anticipate all of your life’s journeys for the upcoming year. What better way to ring in the New Year than with your pet? However, there are precautions a pet owner must take to insure that your four-legged companion stays out of danger or lost while the ball drops.

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Pet Health: Enjoy Thanksgiving Holidays with Your Pet

The holiday season is in full swing and the next stop is Thanksgiving. There are so many things to be thankful for: family, friends, food, and of course our pets! With all the commotion of Thanksgiving sure to be upon us in the next few weeks it is important remember our furry friends and how we can provide a safe, fun and memorable holiday for everyone. Below is a list of “Turkey Tips” to make sure your Thanksgiving goes as pleasant as possible.

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Pet Safety: Keeping Your Pet Safe on Halloween

October marks the beginning of fall. This means cool nights, colder temperatures, and who can forget, Halloween! It is a time for our kids to become two legged monsters, ghouls, superheroes, and princesses, to enjoy friends, trick-or-treating and lots of candy. But what about our four legged kids?

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Hurricane Season Approaches – Preparing your Pet for Natural Disasters

With hurricane season in full swing, it is important for the pet owner to be prepared and plan prior to a major storm this summer. Natural disasters occur all over the world, and whether it be a flash flood, hurricane, tornado, or earthquake, you will need extra arrangements made to insure your pet’s safety.

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