Recent PetSpot Articles
You’ve just gotten home after a brutal day at work. And while you may have a houseful of family, there is usually only one loved one you can count on to greet you at your door — the family dog.
Many responsible pet parents enjoy traveling with their pets. It’s fun for everyone, including the furry companions. But what if the unthinkable happens and your pet goes missing while you’re in an unfamiliar place with no home base?
The month of September is widely recognized by veterinarians as National Pet Health Insurance month.
More than 55 percent of people travel regularly with their dogs, but letting dogs roam free in the car can be a distraction that leads to serious driving crashes.
Have you considered that your dog’s life may be in danger just from him hanging out in your backyard?