Vacation Checklist for Dog Owners

Travelling with your pet without being prepared can be more stressful than planning the vacation itself! We have comprised a complete list of things you need for your pet when travelling. CHECKLIST Before You Leave ___  Get health certificate from vet if needed ___  Refill prescription medications your dog needs ___  Immunization Records ___ Create a folder on Google docs…

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Finding a pup friendly home

Having a dog in the city can be difficult (especially if you are renting an apartment). With many landlords putting weight limits, breed restrictions and installing “no pet” policies. Moving apartment can often seem like an impossible task. However there are some things that you can do that will make it easier for a landlord to want to rent to…

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Single in the city. Must Love Dogs!

So it turns out that 72% of pet owners in New York City, 68.4% in DC and 62% in Chicago are single!!!! Compare that to only 54.7% in the rest of America and you release how many more single pet parents there are in city environments. Gentlemen, this is great news for you as most of these pet parents are…

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Choosing a Pet Sitter

As much as we wish we could bring our pups with us everywhere, not every trip is appropriate for your dog. If you need to leave your dog at home, a pet sitter can be a great option. Picking a good pet sitter is important; you want someone who is reliable and good with animals, especially your dog.  You want to be…

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10 emergency numbers for pet parents

We saw this article by The Dogington Post and had to share with everyone. We just printed out a copy and stuck it to the pet cupboard.   National Animal Poison Control Center: 1 888 426 4435. In an emergency every second counts. The National Animal Poison Control Center is a 24-hour manned emergency hotline sponsored in part by 36 different…

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