Tag Archives: Pet Safety

MiracleCorp at SuperZoo

              Viva Las Vegas! What happens there, stays there, right? Not for us! We’ve had a very busy couple weeks preparing for a trade show called SuperZoo, which is an opportunity for us to … Continue reading

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Tips to Prevent a Lost Pet

With the Fourth of July responsible for so many pet separations, July has become National Lost Pet Prevention Month, intended to bring awareness to the importance of prevention when it comes lost animals. In fact, as an owner, doing your … Continue reading

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Easing Pets’ Fourth of July Fears

                    There’s a reason July 5th is one of the busiest days of the year for shelters: fireworks are simply terrifying to your pet. It’s not everyday that animals experience the … Continue reading

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Preventing Pet Poisoning (and Recognizing the Symptoms)

March 19-25 marks Poison Prevention Week, intended to raise awareness and increase education about poisonous substances and ways to keep yourselves, and your pets, safe. The best place to start is with a brief recap of common household items that … Continue reading

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Keeping Your Sweetheart Safe this V-Day

Ah, Valentine’s Day – the celebration of love between two people; a day most humans either love or, well… don’t. Around our offices we have all sorts of statuses – married, single, newly coupled, divorced – but we all have … Continue reading

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Let’s Talk Holiday Travel

We can’t believe it’s already time to be thinking about Thanksgiving (not to mention Christmas!) – not only are there gifts, cards, and groceries to buy, but it’s time to be thinking about family trips and visits to maximize the … Continue reading

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Frightening Fireworks: Preparing Pets for the 4th

For humans, Fourth of July is a summer staple filled with good food, friends and, of course, fireworks. For pets, though, it can be a much scarier experience. While we appreciate the spectacle of fireworks and their representation of our … Continue reading

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Prepping for Summer Swims

Just like people, some dogs love a good swim on a hot day. Also much like people, dogs need to be supervised and taught how to swim to ensure their safety around pools, lakes, and rivers. If your dog plans … Continue reading

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Don’t Eat That! Plants to Avoid while Hiking

Now that the weather is warming up, it’s time to gear up for some much-needed outdoor adventure. But, if you’ve got a curious canine on your hands, hiking can be a minefield of dangerous plants that can bring a fun … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving Tips for Pets

By now, we’re sure you’re aware that we really love the holiday season. Something about cold weather, warm ovens, and family get togethers really makes us feel grateful for this time of year. Now, you know when we say family … Continue reading

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