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Caring for Pets in the Classroom

Pets in the classroom for children can be a great educational experience, as well as a lot of fun! Here are some things to know before making a decision.

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Good Pets for the Classroom

There are a handful of animals with the right temperament for a classroom environment. Here are some key factors to consider when choosing a classroom pet.

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Kong Wobbler Product Spotlight

A very common concern of dog owners is that they eat too quickly. This can lead to lots of problems, from vomiting to bloating. The Kong Wobbler is one of our favorite tools to beat the bloat, as well as keep them entertained.

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Searching for a Pet Sitter

Hiring a pet sitter is oftentimes the best option for our pets, as traveling can be traumatic and stressful for them. Here are some tips on how to find a qualified and trustworthy pet sitter for your loved ones.

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Fourth of July Safety Tips

Read this to learn about all the ways you can keep your pets safe and calm during this day of celebration. Happy 4th!

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Pet First Aid Tips

As a pet owner, thinking of your pet in a health crisis is no fun - but we have to! Here are some things to know so that you can be prepared for anything.

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Transitioning Your Cat Indoors

Learn how to gradually transition your cat indoors so that they can be as safe and as happy as they can possibly be!

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How to Pick a Boarding Facility

Thinking of going out of town and leaving your pet with a professional boarding facility? It is important to plan accordingly and know what to expect.

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Traveling with Pets

Planning a trip? Here are some great options for making sure that your pet gets the best care possible when hiring a pet sitter or choosing a top-notch boarding facility -- as well as things to consider when taking your pet with you.

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A Brief History of Dogs in America

Nearly half of American homes have a dog, but it wasn’t always this way. Throughout history, dogs were used more as a means of survival than companionship. But that has certainly changed!

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