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 […]

August 15th is Check the Chip Day, Are You Ready?

Author: Lauren Piandes & Steve Wilcox

In a study done by AAHA, it showed 1 in 3 pets will go missing during their lifetime. The same study also found most lost pets have no identification, collar tag or microchip, when found. Take advantage of “Check the Chip Day” by creating a microchipping promotion and drive revenue while getting more pets protected. […]

Keeping Pets Safe on the 4th of July

Author: Lauren Piandes
Category: Holidays, Pet Safety

Can you believe it is almost July? This time of year can be especially scary for our furry friends. In our experience at PetLink, July 4th is our busiest day for lost pets in the whole year. Although the United States is still amid COVID-19, this will likely not stop folks in your area from […]

How to Introduce a Dog to a New Home

Author: Lexi Klinkenberg

Moving to a new home ranks right up there among life’s super-stressful events. This also holds true for your dog. New rooms, unfamiliar smells, a new yard, and a neighborhood of new people and pets. introducing your dog to a new home can all be very exciting — but also overwhelming. While you may have […]

Don’t Litter: The Importance of Spaying and Neutering Your Pet

Author: Lauren Piandes

Wow, can you believe it’s already February? February is recognized as National Spay & Neuter Awareness Month! With spring fast approaching, this pet awareness month encourages pet owners to have their animals or furry family members spayed or neutered before the spring and summer.  During these months most animal shelters have a hard time managing […]

Pet Safety Tips for Halloween

Author: Kathy Pobloskie
Category: Holidays, Pet Safety

Halloween can be either fun or frightening for your pets.  A little forethought and preparation can ensure that your pet family is safe during the Halloween festivities in your home and community.    Costumes, Parties and Parades First and foremost, even if your pets are going to be wearing costumes,  keep a well-fitting collar with […]

Ten Tips to Protect Your Pets from a House Fire

Author: Kathy Pobloskie
Category: Pet Safety

What could be worse than the thought of your pet being caught in a house fire? Unfortunately, it happens more often than most people realize. An estimated 500,000 pets are affected by home fires each year in America. There are two key strategies in pet fire safety: preventing your pet from causing a fire and […]

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, […]

Fun Facts About Pet Ownership

Author: Kathy Pobloskie
Category: Pet Safety

Could it be true?  Has spring finally arrived?  After an extra cold, harsh winter in much of the country it is wonderful to see the first signs of warmer weather.  Longer daylight hours and milder temperatures give us the opportunity to spend some outdoor time with our pets. Spring is a good time to check […]