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 […]

Preparing Your Pet for the 4th of July

Author: Lauren Piandes

It’s almost July and you know what that means: barbeques, open doors, fireworks, and scared pets. This time of year can be especially frightening for our furry friends. In our experience at PetLink, July 4th is our busiest holiday for lost pets in the whole year. Here are some ways that you can prepare your […]

Spring Training with Your Dog

Author: Holly Lewis

It’s Spring Training! What better way to celebrate the warmer season than perfecting tricks and training with your dog? We’ve teamed up with Holly Lewis, owner of Cold Nose Canine in Milwaukee, to help give some tips (and tricks!) on how to make the most of training with your pooch.   Holly Lewis: Spring is […]

Spring Cleaning and Decor for Cat Owners

Author: Lauren Piandes

For cat owners, everyday might be a cleaning day. However, while you’re prepping for warmer weather it is important to get in a real good clean for your cat! Here are some ways you can prepare your kitty for spring:   Check Your Cat’s Microchip Information Need a new photo of your perfect angel? Is […]

Get the Most from Your Winter Walk

Author: Lauren Piandes
Category: Pet Safety

It is finally January and you know what that means: It’s National Walk Your Dog Month! We know what you may be thinking: why is such an important month celebrated in the middle of winter? Well, it’s a great way to remember the importance of getting outside for some exercise and fresh air, especially during […]

Holiday Safety with PetLink in 2020

Author: Lauren Piandes

The holidays are fast approaching and 2020 is finally ending! While the festivities might be quieter than normal, you may still choose to get in the spirit with the people you live with or with those in your social bubble. Even small celebrations could be hazardous to pets, so here are some ways that you […]

Ariel’s 2 Year Trip

Author: Lauren Piandes

My Ariel of Southern Fried Deckers is a rare breed Decker Hunting Terrier which was stolen 2 years ago. Thanks to PetLink, I was notified she was in a Riverside County Animal Pound that was closed due to COVID-19. PetLink went above and beyond the call of duty even coordinating the contact between myself and […]

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 […]

How Pet Owners Can Celebrate Check the Chip Day! (August 15th)

Author: Lauren Piandes

Check the Chip Day is August 15th and it is our favorite day of the year! There are steps you can take to ensure your pet’s microchip is doing its job properly. The most important of these are:   For a microchip to get a found pet home, it is important to register the pet […]