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• Pet First Aid — This guide includes: common concerns and steps to take, building a first aid kit and how to become certified, an embeddable infographic on basic first aid for pets and links to helpful instructional videos:  https://betterpet.com/pet-first-aid/

• A Garden Shed for Your Cat or Dog — Cats and dogs are the most common domestic pets. Even if you like having your pet within your home, the garden shed can still offer you a place to do those messier tasks, such as grooming or washing your pet:  


Telemedicine For Pets Telemedicine for pets allows pet parents to reach their pet’s vet remotely for examinations, diagnosis and treatment planning. While not suitable for emergency situations, veterinary telemedicine can improve access to pet care, increase efficiency and expand the network of accessible professionals and specialists beyond regional boundaries  


• How to Teach Your Kid About Animal Safety — Household pets can provide comfort, companionship and help children learn how to navigate relationships, including handling emotions and learning social boundaries. These benefits are not automatic, however, and one bad experience in a child’s early years could instill fear or poor habits for years to come. In this guide, readers will learn safety habits to reduce their risk as well as safety around unknown animals, children’s health and pets and safety specifically around dogs, cats, small animals, and wildlife:  https://www.zocdoc.com/blog/how-to-teach-your-kid-about-animal-safety/

• Tips for Safely Driving with Pets — It’s not unusual to take our constant companions on the road. From taking them to the vet, running errands, or even going on a joyride or road trip, cats and dogs often find themselves trailing along with their owners in the car:  


How to Protect Your Pets from Fleas, Ticks and Other Pests — While fleas and ticks are some of the more common pests, this guide discusses many more and the best ways to prevent and eliminate them so out pets can live healthier and more active live:  


How to Get Rid of Fleas — Here’s how to identify fleas, the best ways to get rid of them and how to keep them out of your home: https://housemethod.com/pest/how-to-get-rid-of-fleas/

 • My Cat Has a Heart Murmur — What does it mean? Can I treat it naturally?


Looking For Cat Advice — #1 source for feline care, behavior and nutrition advice: https://catpet.club/

How to Get Rid of Fleas — Here’s how to identify fleas, the best ways to get rid of them and how to keep them out of your home: https://housemethod.com/pest/how-to-get-rid-of-fleas/

21 Foods That You Should NOT Feed Your Cats — A guide on which foods are good for your cat:


How to Keep Your Home Free From Pet Hair — There are simple ways to not only eliminate the hair that collects around your home but, also, to reduce your pet’s daily contribution to the mess:


How to Keep You Cat Off The Counter...Plus 15 Kitchen Pet Safety Tips — Besides the dangers a kitchen presents for your pet (think about sharp objects, hot objects and food they shouldn’t get into!) some pet behavior can cause damage to your kitchen cabinets, appliances and furniture:


• Top 9 Best Pet Insurance Companies (2022 Review) — Quickly find the best pet insurance company for you with our impartial review of the top providers for your furry friend:  


Covering Pet Liability Costs With Renters Insurance— No matter how well-behaved your pet is, even the most responsible pet owners know that accidents can happen. Renters insurance covers liability costs, making it a valuable investment for pet owners with furry friends that could potentially injure someone or damage their property.: https://www.moneygeek.com/insurance/renters/pet-liability-renters-coverage/

Warning: Lilies Can Be Deadly To Your Cat — The ASPCA lists 407 which are toxic to cats. Lilies are flowers which are toxic to cats: https://blog.flowersacrosssydney.com.au/lilies-deadly-to-cats/

Protecting Your Pets from Mesothelioma & Asbestos Exposure — It’s bad enough when your loved one is diagnosed with mesothelioma, but you don’t expect that your pet can develop the same rare cancer:


Name Your Pet — This is a long list of names for cats, however these names could be for any pet (dog, rabbit, hamster, horse, etc.).  Scroll to the bottom of  the page for many more available names: 


How to Love Your Pet on a Budget — Consider these 10 budget and DIY alternatives to spoil your pet:


9 Most Pet-Friendly Airlines in America — What you can do to cut out any headaches or surprises when flying with your pet, and some of the best airlines to choose from:


Tips for Bringing Home Your New Pet — Here are some helpful information to help ease your pet’s transition into your loving family: 


How to Bring Home a New Cat When You Have Other Pets — A comprehensive article on how to safely avoid and to solve conflicts when introducing a new cat to your dog and/or other pets: 


Preparing Your Pet For A Move — Moving with your pet and introducing him to a new home doesn't have to be a stressful endeavor.ere are some helpful information to help ease your pet’s transition into your loving family: https://www.austinrealestate.com/preparing-your-pet-for-a-move.php

A Guide to Traveling Internationally With a Service Animal — If you plan to take your service animal while you travel internationally, there are a few things you need to be mindful of:


Support Animals for Cancer Patients — Animals such as dogs, cats, and other mammals have been proven to be very beneficial to cancer patients while they are undergoing treatment:


Guide to Flying With an Emotional Support Animal — Here’s everything you’ll need to know to make traveling with an emotional support animal easy, convenient and cost-free: 


A Guide to Animal-Assisted Intervention — This guide explains why animal-assisted intervention is important, who benefits from it and discusses the ‘ins and outs’ of animal-assisted therapy, activities and education: https://www.topoccupationaltherapyschool.com/what-is-animal-assisted-intervention/

Pet Friendly Assisted Living — There is a section which helps seniors and their 

 families to find pet-friendly assisted living facilities: 


Six Car Gadgets for Pet Owners to Stay Safe While Driving — Since 80% of pet owners drive with pets in their cars, and since crashes in the USA surpass 5 million yearly, there’s a good chance there could have been pets involved in some of those accidents:  


How to Get Your Home Ready For Your First Pet — Even if you’ve owned a pet before, you’ll find some handy advice including: how to make your home pet-friendly, how much to feed your new pet and what essential supplies you’ll need to purchase before they arrive:


Pet Proofing Your Home: Pet Safety Guide — The tips included will help you make sure the inside and outside of your home is pet-proof: https://homeownercosts.co.uk/pet-proofing-your-home-guide/

How to Keep Pets Cool and Calm on a Hot Day — What about harmful UV rays and sun exposure?: 


Traveling With Your Pet Amid COVID-19 Restrictions — Information to help pet  owners stay up-to-date on changing airline policies due to the pandemic.   Also, alternative travel options are broken down if policies are too restrictive so that pet owners can plan accordingly for this trip: 


Does Your Homeowners Insurance Cover Pets? — Explore the ins-and-outs of pets and home insurance:  https://www.thezebra.com/homeowners-insurance/coverage/does-homeowners-insurance-cover-pets/

A Landlord’s and Tenant’s Guide to Pet Screenings: How to Create a Pet Resume — Many landlords may conduct a pet screening if you’re planning on renting with your furry friend and this guide will help you and your pet make a great first impression: https://www.turbotenant.com/blog/pet-screening/

Allergy Proof Your Home — Easy guidelines to follow to help minimize your exposure to allergens within your homes: https://www.everlywell.com/blog/indoor-outdoor-allergies/how-to-allergy-proof-your-home/

Laws and Regulations that Surround Service Animals and Their Duties — A complete guide to service animal laws, rights and resources:  


Moving Tips for Dog and Cat Parents — Help your pet adjust to a new home: 


How to Travel With Pets — With a little extra planning ahead of time, you and your pets can travel together...easily and safely: https://overlandsite.com/overlanding/how-to-travel-with-pets/

The Power of Animals in Addition Recovery — Emotional support animals can help people deal with trauma, stress, anxiety and addition.  Take a first-hand look at what these animals do for people each day: 


Pets and Renter’s Insurance — If you rent your home and own a pet who injuries someone or damages their property, the cost to you could be significant: 


The True Cost of Owning Pets — Before you add a four-legged member to your family, make sure you understand the cost of owning a pet by using this in-depth guide: 


Are Your Financially Responsible Enough For a Pet? — Before you adopt your next best friend, it’s important to know what will be required of you as a pet owner to ensure unexpected expenses don’t send you into debt, and your pet always receives the care they deserve: 


The Ultimate Guide to Traveling With Pets — An in-depth guide about practical tips and advice for traveling with pets: https://www.comparetravelinsurance.com.au/resources/the-ultimate-guide-to-travelling-with-pets

What are Tenants and Landlords Legal Rights — It’s important that both pet owners and landlords are clear on the rules regarding their rights:  https://www.redbrickpm.co.uk/blog/are-pets-allowed-in-flats/

Affordable Pet Care Resource — Resource guide to spend less and still treat  your pets right, including ways to save on pet care, starting with choosing the  right pet: 


Fire Safety For Your Pets — Learn what to do with your pet in the event of a house fire, and how to prevent your pet from starting a first in the first place: 


Make a Pet Resume For Your Furry Friend — Advice on everything you should include in a pet resume, along with an interactive generator to build on your own:  https://www.apartmentguide.com/blog/pet-resume/

Building a Home For Your Pampered Pet — Great dog and cat house ideas, along with our bet tips for what to consider and include in your pet house plans:


The Ultimate Guide For Traveling With Pets — An in-depth guide containing practical tips and advice for traveling with pets: 


Safety Tips For Traveling With Your Pets — This covers traveling with your pets in cars and airplanes, along with general safety tips: https://theclunkerjunker.com/blog/pet-travel-safety-tips

Tips For Pet Owners: How To Always Get Your Pet Deposit Back — This guide will help pet owners always get their pet security deposit back when renting an apartment:


What to Do When The Family Pet Dies: Teaching Kids About Grief — Guide on how to teach your kids about grief when your family pet passes: https://hellobestow.com/blog/when-a-family-pet-dies/

The Ultimate Guide for Traveling With Pets — Essential tips and advice on how to plan for and travel safely with your pets: 


CBD For Pets — This resource (with the help of a few local medical experts) on how CBD can be used to help treat many health conditions, as well as information about possible side effects.:


Helping Children and Families Cope With the Loss of a Pet —This guide walks through how to honor your pet’s life and approach questions about loss to help families support each other:


A Guide to How Animals Sleep — An in-depth article on how different species of animals sleep:


The 50 Best Blogs of 2019 — Owning a pet can be one of the most satisfying experiences of your life, but pet ownership can also seen confusing or even overwhelming at times.  Thanks to the internet, you can find answers to almost every question: https://www.findreviews.com/the-50-best-pet-blogs-of-2019

Sleeping, Eating and Playing — How to keep your pet healthy:


Guide to Keeping Your Pets Safe at Home — Safety resources that help people avoid disasters, as well as, to help prevent easily-avoidable deaths and injuries to our beloved pets:


Guide to Clinical Trials for Pets (government’s) — The newest clinical trials geared towards the relationship between humans and their animals and also animal health and safety.: 


Six Pet-Safe Houseplants For Your Home — Although many plants can be dangerous, there are many 

pet-friendly, non-toxic options: 


Pet Safety Guide — A pet-proofing and emergency safety at home:


A Complete Guide to Pet-Proofing Your Home — A home pet safety/hazard guide: 


Sharing Your Bed with Your Pet — Great tips on how to co-sleep with your pets and still get a good night of sleep: https://startsleeping.org/sharing-your-bed-with-your-pet

Everything You Need to Know About Renting with Pets — A complete pet guide for apartments and rental home: https://www.thezebra.com/pet-rental-guide/

How Do I Move With Pets? A directory of resources for moving with dogs, cats, farm animals, and most every other pet one can have: 


Dog and Cat Owners and Their Willingness to Treat Their Pets — After surveying nearly 900 dog and cat owners and licensing date from Trupanion, we compiled a report regarding common dog and cat conditions:


The New Pet Owners Guide, Health, Safety and Savings — Once you decide you want a pet, the pet is your responsibility to love and care for for it's entire life. This link is really helpful and important so that people know what to expect before they make the commitment of getting a pet: 


Pet Safety Guide — This guide includes chapters on food safety for pets, pet-proofing, along with natural disaster prep for pet owners: http://www.expertise.com/home-and-garden/pet-safety-guide

Fur Ever Friends, Inc. — Promotes rescue, rehabilitation and responsible pet ownership: 


Pet Safety Guide — Includes information on disaster preparedness and recovery advice for pet owners:


Pet Care — A great resource on pet care: http://www.highrises.com/pet-care-in-condos-and-apartments.php

Pet Safety — A review of pet safety at home and out of town: http://safestars.org/pet-safety-review/

Pet Safety A interactive pet safety guide for the home: 


Traveling With a Pet — Questions and answers regarding the USDA - APHIS’ animal and plant health inspection service:


Pet Hospice Hospice is often viewed as a humane way to see a loved one through the most fragile moments.  Believe it or not, the practice is no longer unique to humans.  A burgeoning new industry is selling compassion for pets in a hospice environment:


Educational Opportunities in Animal Care A college which offers courses in the animal care industry:




Love Animals? Turn Your Passion Into a Career Find the right animal care online course for you: 


Pet Photography: 9 tips for taking better photos of your cats and dogs This article talks about some tips given by pet photographer, Jasper Stenger, on how to take awesome pictures of animals and pets:


Financial Aid For Pets The ultimate guide to financial aid for pets:


• Medical First Aid and CPR For Pets — Information about treating common pet pet injuries and emergencies, pet CPR along with preventive measures:


Benefits of Pets for Kids This guide is a very comprehensive resource on the many benefits of owning pet animals for children. It also covers what it takes to own a pet, why a pet is a healthy addition to any child’s upbringing, how to take care of pets, and plenty of other useful advice and information:


Flying With Pets Guide We created a guide that provides the most updated information on pet travel restrictions for every airline, including emotional support and service animals.. Our guides provides helpful information on every aspect of pet travel, such as: pet-friendly airport and relief locations, pet health 

requirements for each state and travel rewards and programs offered for flying with your pet: 


• How to Prepare Your Home for a Recovering Pet Guide — Awesome tips on how to keep your pets comfortable while recovering from surgery: https://www.redfin.com/blog/prep-home-pet-post-surgery

• Bringing Home Your New Pet: How to Pet-Proof Your Home Pets can find many hazards around the home, and because of this, one should know how to properly pet-proof their home before bringing a new furry or feathered member of the family home:


Keeping Pets Safe in the Home There are certain things that should always be taking into consideration when animals share a house, and this guide will discuss how you can ensure your home is devoid of danger:


Help Your Pet Adjust to a New Home Moving tips for dog and cat parents:


Creating a Pet-Friendly Office Policy: What You Need to Know Creating a pet-friendly office should be a carefully thought-out decision.  We’ve compiled the top things to consider as well as some pros and cons to keep in mind before opening your office space to pets: https://www.squarefoot.com/blog/office-pets/

A Complete Guide to Pet-Proofing Your Home — Pet owners have the responsibility of making sure their pets can have a safe environment at home, and this is particularly true for those with puppies and kittens who are naturally inquisitive: https://lahomes.com/pet-safe-home-tips/

My Pet Needs That — The best reviews tips, gears and special offers for pets straight to your inbox:


Feeding Pets The Natural Way — “100% Natural • No Preservatives • No Fillers” —  Frozen pet food, chews, treats, freeze-dried, grain-free kibble, supplements and more: 


Natural Disasters: How to Keep Your Tenants and Rental Safe — Natural disasters are a reality landlords and renters alike must face.  Protect your property and  ensure that tenants are safe and feel comfortable: