OLD PETS AND SENILITY: Solving Training Problems in Senior Pets

It’s a truth all pet parents don’t want to think about: our animals do not live as long as us. In just a few years, your pet can go from wild, active, and rambunctious to old, tired, and barely mobile. It can be tough watching this change, especially when you notice your pet displaying regressive behaviors: snapping, no longer listening to commands, and what may be the most frustrating for pet owners: having accidents inside the home...

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TO EAT OR NOT TO EAT: Pet Nutrition for the Cautious Pet Owner

Every pet parent wants to ensure their animal is happy and healthy, but sometimes with all the conflicting information we receive, it’s hard to figure out what the "right thing" is, especially when it comes to feeding your pet. We compiled some burning pet questions right here, and hope this will shed some light on the complex issue of food...

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Earn Additional Income as a Dedicated Pet Sitter

If you love working with animals and are looking for ways to make more income, side hustles are the way to go. It is easier now more than ever before to earn extra money on the side working as a dedicated pet sitter for owners who are always on the go...

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ALL ABOUT FOOD: Answering two of the top questions about pet nutrition

Every pet parent wants to ensure their animal is happy and healthy, but sometimes with all the conflicting information we receive, it’s hard to know what the “right thing” is when it comes to feeding your pet...

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SHARING THE LOVE: How to Give Back to Your Pandemic Pet

If dealing with all the stresses of the Covid-19 pandemic was made a little easier by the companionship of your pet, then now is the time to give back to them. Check out these tips that’ll keep your animals happy and healthy.

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