Including Your Pet in Your Emergency Plans for Disaster Preparedness Month

Author: Lauren Piandes

September is Disaster Preparedness Month! Our pets depend on us to keep them safe, so we must remember to consider them when creating emergency plans. We’ve compiled some tips to help you to build your own emergency kit and plan at home:   Prepare an Emergency Kit that Includes Pet Supplies When you’re planning a […]

Check the Chip Day for You and Your Pet

Author: Lauren Piandes

Check the Chip Day is August 15th! It’s also known as PetLink’s favorite pet-based holiday. There are steps you can take to ensure your pet’s microchip is doing its job properly. The most important of these are: Registering your pet with up-to-date contact information, such as current phone numbers, email addresses, and alternate contacts. Remember: […]

National Lost Pet Prevention Month Series #2: Moving to a New Home

Author: Lauren Piandes
Category: Uncategorized

Moving to a new place is stressful, but it’s even more stressful for pets. Dogs are most at risk the first 30 days after a move, as they are not acclimated to their new home. Besides wishing desperately that our pets could simply tell us how we feel, we must do our best to prepare […]

Halloween Safety Tips for You and Your Pet (with COVID-19 Precautions)

Author: Kathy Pobloskie

Although we may not believe it, COVID-19 is still prevalent in our daily lives over a year later.  Social-distancing and mask-wearing is still encouraged, and we are trying our best to keep our communities safe during this time in history. Because of this, along with the usual pet safety tips, we would like to add […]

Halloween Safety Tips for Your Pet During COVID-19

Author: Kathy Pobloskie

2020 has been a year for the history books. There have been many indescribable challenges but there has also been a silver lining to the cloud of the COVID-19 pandemic. Stay at home orders have given pet parents the opportunity to spend a lot of time with their pets, deepening their bond and cementing their […]

Fireworks and Pets – A Dangerous Combination

Author: Kathy Pobloskie
Category: Pet Safety

Noisy parades, loud music, neighborhood picnics, and, of course, fireworks; these summertime traditions are all great fun for people, but they are traumatic and potentially dangerous for pets. More pets are lost over the Fourth of July holiday than any other time of the year.  And with many towns holding fireworks displays throughout the summer, […]