Lost Pet Recovery and Prevention Tips

There’s no place like home, and our pets agree! But when the unthinkable happens and our furry companions go missing, it’s important to have a plan in place to help ensure their safe return. Be ready for the unexpected with this step-by-step guide.

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There’s no place like home, and our pets agree! But when the unthinkable happens and our furry companions go missing, it’s important to have a plan in place to help ensure their safe return. Be ready for the unexpected with this step-by-step guide.

Homemade Hypoallergenic Dog Treat Recipes

Treat your dog to these easy, at home, hypoallergenic dog treats! Learn more about how to make treats your dog will enjoy, that won’t trigger an unwanted response.

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Does your pooch have a sensitive stomach? Many dogs have allergies or intolerances to ingredients commonly found in commercial treats. Learn about what to watch for and how to make your own allergen-free treats at home, DIY style!

Diabetes Mellitus in Cats: What You Need to Know

Diabetes is a very common condition in cats, and it’s important for pet parents to be able to identify the signs of the disease. In this guide, learn about causes, symptoms and treatments in order to provide the best care for your pet.

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Diabetes is a very common condition in cats, and it’s important for pet parents to be able to identify the signs of the disease. In this guide, learn about causes, symptoms and treatments in order to provide the best care for your pet.

Pet Insurance Deductibles 101

Before you purchase a pet insurance policy, make sure you understand exactly how the deductible works to help you make an informed decision about the right plan for your pet.

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What is a pet insurance deductible and how can it help you – and your pet – in times of need? Learn how deductibles work and key questions to ask when making a decision about your pet insurance policy.

Cat Licking: What Does it Mean?

There are many reasons why your cat might be licking you, from trust and grooming to stress or health concerns. Sarah J. Wooten, DVM, explains why it’s important to be aware of the signs indicating that your cat could need some help.

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There are many reasons why your cat might be licking you, from trust and grooming to stress or health concerns. Sarah J. Wooten, DVM, explains why it’s important to be aware of the signs indicating that your cat could need some help.

Soothe Your Dog’s Separation Anxiety in These 8 Ways

Dogs love being around their pet parents 24/7. But in a post-pandemic world, owners and pets alike will be adjusting to a new “normal” – which could bring on separation anxiety for your dog. Here’s what to look for and how to help.

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Dogs love being around their pet parents 24/7. But in a post-pandemic world, owners and pets alike will be adjusting to a new “normal” – which could bring on separation anxiety for your dog. Here’s what to look for and how to help.

Are Essential Oils Safe for Dogs and Cats?

By Maranda Elswick, DVM

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Once limited to specialty shops and natural food stores, essential oils can be found just about everywhere these days. The popularity of these natural plant-derived oils has skyrocketed in recent years, thanks largely to their pleasing scents and the benefits attributed to them. Not only do essential oils make our homes smell delightful, proponents claim the soothing scents can potentially improve our health and help us feel more centered, too.

Pet Microchips 101

By Karen Vitale

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When it comes to ensuring the health, safety, and quick return of your beloved pet should they ever go missing, the experts agree: Microchips are a no-brainer.

What Does Pet Insurance Cover?

Helpful guide to the insurance information every pet parent should know.

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As pet parents, keeping our pets healthy is a top priority. Unfortunately, pet healthcare costs can really add up over time, especially when unforeseen illnesses or accidents crop up. Pet insurance can help keep some of those costs down. And that’s a vital pro tip for pet parents to keep in mind, especially since emergency vet bills can easily cost between $500 to $1,000 or more.

Your COVID-19 Pet Preparedness Plan

Our pets are family and we want to keep them safe and healthy.

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If you think it is likely that you have been exposed to the coronavirus or if you are experiencing symptoms, you can take some simple but critical steps to ensure your pet’s health and safety. Most important, do not wait until you’re already sick to plan for your pet’s care.

Shelters, Rescues and Fosters Respond to COVID-19 Crisis

Written by Dr. Sperry, DVM, Veterinary Advisor, Pethealth Inc.

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While COVID-19 has shaped our lives, it’s also impacted the lives of animals in shelters and foster homes. Dr. Sperry identifies key ways the animal welfare industry has responded to challenges presented by COVID-19 to keep animals and their caregivers as safe as possible.

Navigating Telemedicine for Your Pet

Written by Dr. Sperry, DVM, Veterinary Advisor, Pethealth Inc.

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As technology filters through our daily lives, and more options for communication become available, telemedicine – remote consultation with health providers – is playing a larger role in both human and animal health care.  With isolation, quarantine and social distancing due to COVID-19 becoming the way of life for 2020, telemedicine is not only novel and convenient, it is vital.  Veterinarians can provide nutrition and lifestyle advice, behavior advice, medical advice, and in some cases, even referrals and prescription medication, all through telephone or video conferencing. 

A message about COVID-19 (“Coronavirus”) from 24PetWatch®

Written by Dr. Sperry, DVM, Veterinary Advisor, Pethealth Inc.

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“We are watching closely as new information continues to become available about the novel coronavirus COVID-19. The World Health Organization states that there is no indication that dogs or cats can become ill as a result of this virus, and there is no suggestion that they can spread the disease to humans or other animals.  At this time, we have seen no unusual increase in reports of pet illness, and no documented dog or cat illnesses as a result of this virus. Although two dogs in China have tested positive for the virus, they did not become ill, and are not considered to be an important factor in the transmission of the virus. One cat in Belgium has also tested positive for the virus.  As new information becomes available, we will respond accordingly.”

5 Things to Do with Your Pets While Self-Isolating

If you’re looking for activities to fill your time, we’ve got 5 ideas to help bust your boredom

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With the outbreak of COVID-19, we understand that self-isolation is difficult and disrupts your pet’s normal routine. 24PetWatch brings you 5 things you can do to help make this time easier for yourself and your pets.

How to Find a Pet Sitter

Your pet is a member of the family. Here’s 10 tips on how to find a sitter that will treat them that way.

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Establish a pet wellness plan for when you go out of town. Here are 10 tips to find a boarding facility or pet sitter.

Practical and Stylish: Cold Weather Wear For Pets

It’s official: winter is here. There’s a nip in the air, the sidewalks are covered in salt, and we’re bundling up for those cold walks outside.

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It’s official: winter is here. There’s a nip in the air, the sidewalks are covered in salt, and we’re bundling up for those cold walks outside. But, is your pet appropriately suited for the elements as the temperature drops?

Gifts For The Pet Lover In Your Life - Top 10 Gifts For Pets And Their Parents

With the holidays right around the corner, gift giving is top-of-mind for many of us. For the pet lovers on your list, we have some great gift ideas for pets and the humans that love them.

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With the holidays right around the corner, gift giving is top-of-mind for many of us. For the pet lovers on
your list, we have some great gift ideas for pets and the humans that love them.

10 Most Common Signs of Pet Pain

Diagnosing your pet’s pain can be difficult since they can’t tell you how they’re feeling with words. Read on to learn the top 10 signs of pet pain.

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Diagnosing your pet’s pain can be difficult since they can’t tell you how they’re feeling with words. Read on to learn the top 10 signs of pet pain.

Top 5 Tips for Camping With Your Dog

With a little planning and preparation, a camping trip with your dog can be a great experience. Read our top 5 tips for camping success.

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With a little planning and preparation, a camping trip with your dog can be a great experience. Read our top 5 tips for camping success.

Healthy Fall Foods for Pets

Learn about the low-calorie, antioxidant packed and hydrating fruits and vegetables that your dog or cat will love.

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Learn about the low-calorie, antioxidant packed and hydrating fruits and vegetables that your dog or cat will love.

Top Tips for Taking Your Dog to Work

Taking your dog to work can be fun for both you and your pup. Learn how to prepare your workplace, your pup, and yourself for the big day!

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Take Your Dog Work Day is Friday June 21, 2019. Learn how to prepare your workplace, your pup, and yourself for the big day!

Do You Know How to Prevent Pet Poisoning?

March is Pet Poison Prevention Awareness Month - which means that it’s time to brush up on prevention tactics! With proper awareness, you can prevent poisoning emergencies before they happen.

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March is Pet Poison Prevention Awareness Month - which means that it’s time to brush up on prevention tactics! With proper
awareness, you can prevent poisoning emergencies before they happen.