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  The loss of a pet can disrupt an owner’s daily routine. The experience of losing a beloved pet can have a strong effect in the life of the pet owner. The loss of an animal can be felt by everyone from children to grandparents, regardless of the age group. It can also bring feelings such as sadness, loneliness, changes in sleep, lack of appetite, and the general feeling of emptiness are just a few of the symptoms often described. It is normal...

We Might Be Stressed But Our Dogs Shouldn't Be It's natural for us to have stress in our lives, even when we don't want or need it. But have you considered whether or not your stress is causing your dog stress? We've all done this before without even being conscious of it. We come home, walk in with frustration, toss our belongings down and ignore the dog that's been anxiously awaiting our return. They felt stress all day because we were...

As Pet Parents, We Know What It's Like With New Pets There are things that you have to consider as a new pet owner when you're bringing in a new pet to your home. Even things that may seem like common sense can be oversights that you make as a new animal parent. So we've come up with some ideas to make sure that you are armed with these very important new pet owner tips. Animal Proof Your Place Dogs and cats can...

A great way to give back to your community, animals, and yourself is to foster a pet. Unfortunately, due to the space and limitations that animal shelters have, some animals are euthanized. Pet fostering dramatically lowers the chances of pets being euthanized. Fostering dogs and cats can also provide animals the temporary home they need to recover, rehabilitate, or to just be retrained, so they can become more prepared for future adoption. As you're giving back, you get benefits too! Three...