Caring for Pets During Holiday Travel

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The hustle and bustle of the holiday season is swiftly coming upon us, with only a few days left until Christmas.  Friends, family, and loved ones will be traveling all over the country, with and without their beloved pets. Whether you opt to kennel them or want to take them on the road, there are certain precautions that you should take before you begin your winter journeys. Holiday travel can be fun, if pets are well cared for! If you’re leaving your pets home, you’re li.....

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Halloween Pet Safety Tips: Stay Safe, Not Spooked!

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The nights are getting colder and the costumes are getting cuter! In preparation for the Halloween season, it’s easy to get excited for all of the adorable decorations and precious costumes that your pet could don on this spooky night. Pets can be vulnerable on Halloween, though. Halloween pet safety is easy, if you take a few precautionary steps. Trick-or-treaters that come knocking can easily excite your pet. Keep them away from the front door to avoid an escape trick! It̵.....

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Ensuring Pet Safety During Natural Disasters: 4 Tips

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Ensuring Pet Safety During Natural Disasters: 5 Tips In light of the recent and upcoming hurricanes Harvey and Irma, Pet Eternal wanted to share information on keeping your pets safe. Often, pet owners find themselves in panicked situations as they work to prepare their families for shelter or evacuations. We understand that pet safety during natural disasters can be challenging, but it is well-worth early preparations. Staying ahead of the curve with a few preparations can bring you.....

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Pet Safety Tips: Heat Stroke

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Summer Pet Safety: Heat Strokes Pet safety is a majority priority during the hottest months of the year. As summer presses on, it is in all pet’s best interests that owners monitor for signs of heat stroke. Even indoor pets, such as guinea pigs or rabbits, can be vulnerable if their home is not maintained at a livable temperature. Pets who spend time outdoors are even more susceptible. Preventing Heat Stroke All great owners know that pet safety is our responsib.....

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