Traveling with Pets: New Rules from the CDC

Author: Lauren Piandes

As of August 1, 2024, new rules for traveling abroad with your pet will go into effect. The CDC has released a detailed list of their new regulations, which you can view here. Additionally, the PetLink Team has summarized what you need to know before you go:   Schedule an Appointment with your Vet As […]

The Cat, The Amazon Box, & The Microchip – Galena’s Incredible Reunion Story

Author: Lauren Piandes

Last week, you may have seen the incredible story of a cat being being discovered in an Amazon returns box. Brandy Hunter, one of the Amazon employees at this warehouse and a known cat lover, was called in to help. Upon seeing the confused, stressed cat, Brandy just knew the cat belonged to someone who loved […]

Geofencing 101: The Harmless Way to Keep Your Dog Safe

Author: Alix Mitchell

Giving your dog some off-leash time to romp around and play is a great way to decompress and get some physical exercise in, but not all dog owners have access to fenced-in backyards. There’s a balance between letting your dog have some free time while keeping him safe and secure, and a geofence can be […]

Easy Ways to Bond with Your Pet

Author: Lauren Piandes

As pet owners, there’s nothing we want more than to establish a healthy connection with our pets. Sometimes we may not even think of it, but there are very particular ways we can bond with our pets while going about our day-to-day lives. Here are some examples:   Grooming This is the baseline for giving […]

What Makes a Good Photo of Your Pet for PetLink?

Author: Lauren Piandes

Let’s be honest: we LOVE taking photos of our pets. We don’t hesitate to take out our phones when they’re playing, sitting and staring at something, or doing probably the cutest thing they dare to do: going to sleep. But not all the photos we take of our pets are the best to be shared […]

Homemade Cat Treats – Recipe by PetLink

Author: Lauren Piandes

Make a special treat for your special cat friend! Made with love (and ChatGPT), we’ve created a fun, simple recipe that you can use at any time. Ingredients* (see notes) 1 cup whole wheat flour ¼ cup cornmeal ¼ cup canned tuna (in water, drained) ¼ cup chicken or beef broth (low-sodium) 1 tablespoon vegetable […]

What Does it Actually Do? Clearing Up Microchip Myths

Author: Lauren Piandes

There are a lot of rumors floating around the internet as to what microchips do and do not do for your pets. We’ve put together some common misconceptions and are determined to break those microchipping myths! Myth 1: A Microchip Can Track Your Pet False A microchip is as small as a grain of rice; […]

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 […]