Office Pets

Whether you work alone or at a workplace that has office pets; this section is for you. While there are some considerations to think over with your business or yourself with an office pet, there are very few reasons as to why you cannot have a pet around your workplace. Pets, especially dogs can lower stress and help to calm us down. While pets are good for the workplace, not every workplace is suitable for them. It's important when looking into the best pet for your workplace that you take into consideration some fundamentals of pet ownership, and operating your business. We have curated and create content to help guide you along your journey in getting or working with office pets.

Dogdrop, Dog Daycare Offering 1 Free Week to Parents Going Back to Work

Dogdrop, the Los Angeles-based dog care startup, announced its newest promotion of 1 Free Week of their daycare services to new customers. This comes following an alarming rate of dogs being returned to shelters as dog parents go back to work. Dogdrop wants to help dog parents transition back into their routine without having to surrender their quarantine dog to a shelter. Dogdrop aims to decrease the rate of dogs...

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Should You Buy Pet Insurance?

Things tend to get expensive the more complex and high-tech they become. This is because you don’t only pay for the product or the service itself, you also shoulder the cost of the research and development that went into the thing. Things can’t be more the same with medicine, specifically veterinary medicine. Caring for your pets is as expensive as ever, this is because veterinary medicine has come a long...

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What is Parvo in Dogs? 5 Sign of Canine Parvovirus

Canine Parvovirus (CPV), commonly known as Parvo, is a highly contagious viral infection affecting dogs more so young pups. Parvo is transmitted by direct or indirect contact with the fecal matter of an infected dog. Humans can easily carry parvovirus on the soles of their shoes or any other contaminated surface. Since the virus has a high rate of survival, it could live on the said surfaces for months-long or...

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What is Pet Insurance, How Does It Work?

Pet insurance covers part of the often expensive veterinary bills in the event your pet suffers an illness or injury. The growing prevalence of pet-related diseases has seen an increase in demand for pet insurance of up to 18% per year, with over a million pets now covered in the United States alone. By shifting the financial burden, pet insurance gives pet parents peace of mind, knowing that they will...

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How To Find The Right Veterinarian For Your Pet

Just like us humans, our pets do have preferences too, some pets may be comfortable with one thing and others may not. And finding the right veterinarian for your pet is just one of those things that could make or break your relationship with them. Your pet’s vet is what would keep them in tip-top shape, and you really should make sure you tick all the right boxes before you...

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Choosing a Pet Health Insurance Provider: 14 Smart Questions You Need To Ask

There are many pet insurance companies and choosing between them can be pretty daunting, especially for first-timers. Here is a list of 14 smart questions you should ask before you decide on a particular pet health insurance provider; Are they licensed to sell pet insurance? As a general principle, you should only purchase pet insurance from a licensed insurance company in your state. Licensed insurance companies are regulated by the insurance department...

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10 Tips for Choosing a Pet Sitter

Your pet is a part of your family, and they must go everywhere you go, what that is possible most of the time, because places and establishments become more pet friendly, there are just instances when you go somewhere, and you can’t bring your pet friend with you. There are several options that you have on where you want to leave your pet, you can leave them in a pet...

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6 Best Pet Insurance Companies of 2021

For most of us, our pet is not just an animal we have bought for fun, like a toy, and not only for security, it is in many ways, part of our family. So just like any member of our family, our pets also deserve the best medical care. Medical costs for pets are rising, and it doesn't matter which kind of pet you've got, it is very important for...

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5 Top Reasons Why Your Pet Health Care Bill is Rising

The obvious benefits of owning a pet can’t be understated. The Human-Animal Bond Research Institute (HABRI) maintains that bonds created between humans and their pets yield varied health benefits. However, a significant number of pet owners fear they cannot afford medical expenses if their pets unexpectedly fell ill or got into an accident. Pet Health Care Bill is Rising 1. Pet Spending on The Rise According to the American Pet Product...

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Giving Pets as Gifts: How to Do So Responsibly

We might have already heard the saying “never give pets as presents” before, which led us to start thinking what if it’s no longer the case, and because animal adoption experts agree, maybe it’s now a great idea to send pets as presents. People are often worried that when they send pets as presents, there is a chance that the recipient would not at all be interested in owning a...

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6 Lifesaving Commands Every Dog Should Know

There are many reasons to train your dog basic obedience, the most important of which is to keep them safe from harm. Imagine a scenario where you've taken your dog out for a walk when the worst happens; your dog's collar breaks off and falls in the middle of crossing the road with a lot of traffic. In that situation, you would want to tell your dog to stay and...

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Can Animals Catch and Spread Coronavirus?

Every time there's a medical phenomenon, the world is getting awash with wrong and misleading information, just like the current COVID-19 pandemic, and if cats and dogs are susceptible to it. There are several reports of pets contracting the virus which lived near people who are infected by it, but the question is, could they transmit it back to us humans? In this article, we'll delve into the details and...

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Top 10 Most Frequently Reported Toxins for Dogs

Puppies and dogs are no different from babies; they have a natural curiosity about things and explore their environments with their mouths. Though not all dogs are voracious eating machines, most of them will eat almost anything, anytime and anywhere, without showing much hesitation or taste discrimination. But most of these food substances and house products that may seem safe in your home or garden are actually be deadly poisonous...

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5 Questions to Ask Before You Get a Puppy

Everybody loves puppies. Well, alright, most people do, but the fact of the matter is, the puppies make people smile, they are incredibly naturally photogenic, and they give you a sense that you are loved. So it must not come as a surprise to you that a lot of people when shown a puppy, end up going home with them. What's surprising is though, that nearly 3.3 million dogs are...

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Caring for Pets During COVID-19 Pandemic

In times of pandemics just like now can be frightening and people are adopting new ways to get about their daily lives. Distancing ourselves physically has become the new norm and everyone is trying their very best in order to flatten the curve of COVID-19 cases and casualties, all this entails not leaving the house and limiting physical contact with other people. And our pets are surely delighted by the...

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Expert Tips to Exercise Your Dog When You’re Stuck Indoors

Most dogs are accustomed to regular exercise and having their social needs met by playing in public areas with other dogs. Due to the current social distancing regulations as a result of Covid-19, pet owners may find their dogs unusually active, mischievous, and frequently interrupting them from getting any work done at home. According to Robert Haussman, co-founder and behavior consultant of Dogboy NYC, our dogs need exercise and mental...

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What You Should and Shouldn’t Do When Bringing Your Dog To Work

As we're sure you are aware that bringing your dog into the workplace helps with lowering stress levels. And they also motivate the employees so they can work harder, stay longer at work, thus producing more output without burning them out. And it also makes the workplace a lot more joyful. Before we all get carried away though, in order to make this trend a lot more sustainable. We should...

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