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Back To School Must Have's For Pets

Back to school time is here! Even though your pets aren’t the ones who have to go to class, they still notice the changes, and it can be a stressful time for them. We’ve made a list of the three back to school must have’s for pets! These must have’s will keep your pet entertained and stress-free during the transition period. Interactive Toys The first must-have are interactive toys, essentially puzzles for your dogs and cats that keep their brains occupied. When their best friend goes back to school for seven hours a day, it can feel very lonely, but a rotation of puzzles and treat mazes is the perfect distraction. There are many options available in varying difficulties, but...

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Tips for A Hassle-Free Dog Bath

Franklin P. Jones once said, “Anybody who doesn’t know what soap tastes like never washed a dog.” And for most of us with a precious pooch, this is probably true. But over the years, and with extensive trial and error, we’ve discovered some tips to a hassle-free dog bath! Before the Bath Go Out and ExerciseDogs instinctively enjoy cooling off in a bath when they feel hot and exhausted after exercise. It’s the same feeling humans have when we’ve been outside sweating and nothing sounds better than a cold shower! Use these instincts to your advantage by going for a brisk walk or jog before heading into the bath tub. Not only will your pup be ready for a dip in the water, but...

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6 Steps For Finding Your Lost Pet

Losing a pet is all too common of an experience. The ASPCA estimates that approximately 10 million pets go missing in the United States each year and one in three pets will get lost at some point over the course of their life. But there is good news, 85% of these lost pets are recovered! In order to make a stressful experience a little bit easier, and to make sure that you are part of the 85%, Zippy Harness has compiled six tips for finding your lost pet.  Report Lost As soon as you notice that your dog or cat has gone missing, call your microchip company and report them lost. The company can place a flag on the animal’s...

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