With the Fourth of July approaching, fireworks are bound to be shot into the sky. For many of our pets, this isn’t a good thing as fireworks cause some anxiety and nervous behavior for them. So, let’s take a look at some tips on how to keep your pet safe during fireworks this summer!
Grab your camera, July 26 is National Dog Photography Day! This day is a chance to stop and appreciate your pup, while also sharing their cuteness with others. A dog is a man's best friend, so make this day an opportunity to spend some time with your dog and snap a few fun pictures for the memories.
During the month of May, Pet Notify recognizes Pet Cancer Awareness Month. Cancer is one of the leading disease-related causes of death for domestic dogs and cats in the United States, so educating pet owners about it can help protect their furry friends. Millions of pets are diagnosed with a variety of different cancers such as skin, bone, and lymphoma, so knowing the warning signs is crucial.
Dog owners have most likely seen their four-legged friend chomping on a mouthful of grass, and you have probably wondered why dogs do this and if it is okay for them to do so. To help you better understand your pup, here is why dogs eat grass and how to identify whether it is a problem or not.
Purring is the most common sound a cat makes, yet we know the least about it compared to their other noises. A cat’s purr is usually associated with happiness, but there are a variety of other reasons why your cat may be purring! Let’s take a look at what your cat’s purr may mean!
Kneading, the rhythmic pushing of their paws in and out at alternating times, is a very common cat behavior. It is also known as “making biscuits” because it looks like the cat is kneading dough! Cats love to knead on soft surfaces such as blankets, cushions, or your lap! Understanding why cats perform this action can be confusing, so let’s see some of the reasons why cats knead!
Sometimes it’s nice to get a break in life and get away from everything, and dogs can feel the same way! This is a short list of some dog parks that your furry friend will be wagging their tail for! So, take some time off of work, grab some tennis balls, and get ready to go to some of the best dog park locations in the U.S.!
July is dedicated to being National Lost Pet Prevention Month, and it is truly a very important topic. Did you know that in the United States there is a pet that goes missing every two seconds, meanwhile only one out of every ten lost pets becomes reunited with its owner?