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Travel Tips

  • When traveling with pets in extremely hot weather, you will want to make sure the air conditioning...

  • As far as feeding your pet, you might want to curb the usual amount so as not to create too many...

  • If you and your pet are the active sort, bring plenty of towels. You can wipe your feet at the...

  • If you know your dog will jump on the furniture and bed, bring a couple of sheets to use as...

  • Check ahead for daycare and pet sitters before you travel. Needing one may present itself when you...

Recent Articles

  • From Russia with Love

    Medalist Gus Kenworthy

    For Medalist Gus Kenworthy and his friend Robin Macdonald, rescuing and re-homing abandoned strays from the streets of Sochi, Russia was all in a day’s work.

    Back in early February, 2014, the world was shocked at the culling of stray dogs prior to the Winter Olympic Games. Sochi, like many places in Russia, is home to several thousand stray dogs. Olympic silver medalist, Gus Kenworthy, an...

  • The Benefits of Canine Retreats

    Top Dog Sports Camps

    Top Dog Sports Camps—Where Fido can be the camp champ.

    For dog lovers dreaming of their own perfect pet vacay with Fido, canine camps are guaranteed to capture every dog lover’s quest for adventure. With so many stimulating canine camps to choose from, you can work up a thirst hiking and participating in your favorite dog-related sports. Canine sports camps are committed to not only the...

In The Blog

  • Don’t Forget Pets When Preparing For A Hurricane

    Tropical Storm Arthur was upgraded to the first hurricane of the season. As the storm bears down on the East Coast, the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) is reminding pet owners about the importance of including their animals in their disaster preparedness and evacuation plans.


    Disaster plans don’t have to be complicated. In fact, simple plans are often the most effective.  The...

  • Water Safety For FIDO

    Most dogs can swim, but not all dogs are good at it or like it. Flat-faced dog breeds, like French Bulldogs or Pugs, not only have short snouts but are also top heavy with big chests. If they get too tired trying to stay afloat, they can quickly sink.

    When bringing your canine companion along to join the fun on the water this summer, be sure to keep their safety in mind. 

    To help pet owners...

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