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  • When Do Dogs Stop Growing?

    The most important factor for buying a well-sized pet door is your pet’s height and width. A pet door that is two big will be uncomfortable to use ...
  • Choosing the Right Crate Size for Your Dog

    When used correctly, crates are a great addition to your dog’s life. It can provide a secure, cozy den where your dog can rest comfortably. Crate...
  • 7 Ways to Celebrate the Holidays with Your Pets

    Our pets are a part of the family! Naturally, that means we want them to join in on all of our wintertime holiday festivities. Here are five ways t...
  • What Fruits and Vegetables Can My Dog Eat?

    Our dogs are experts at begging for food off our plates. Their cute begging faces can be so effective that it’s nearly impossible to not give them ...
  • Can You Determine Your Puppy’s Adult Size By Their Paws?

    Determining what size your puppy will be as an adult can be difficult. While a good guess can be made by considering the average size of your dog’s...
  • How to Keep Pets Safe During an Earthquake

    Most families have detailed disaster plans in the event of a natural disaster such as an earthquake. However, we sometimes forget to include our pe...
  • Wildfire Season Is Here! Do You Know How to Keep Your Pet Safe?

    Fire season is here again, which means the threat of possible evacuations and smokey air. If you live in an area that is dry, these next few months...
  • Tips for Road-tripping With Your Dog

    The best road trips are those spent with our four-legged friends! However, planning is essential before a long car trip—especially when your dog is...
  • Do Dogs and Cats Like to be Hugged?

    As devoted pet parents, we want to show our pets love in every way that we can. While a nice hug person-to-person is a sign of love and affection, ...
  • How to Reduce Separation Anxiety For Your Pet After Working from Home

    The past year of quarantine mandates meant seeing less and less of other people in our lives. But for our pets, it meant having a constant companio...