Best Small Dog Breeds for Apartment Living
Pets and Housing

Best Small Dog Breeds for Apartment Living

Estimated Read Time: 7 min 27 sec
If you live in an apartment or smaller house, it doesn’t mean that you can’t own a dog. You actually have a lot of options! Many breeds of dogs are adaptable to smaller living conditions. We’ve compiled a list for your consideration of the top 10 best small dog breeds for apartment living!

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Preparing Your Dog for the 4th of July
Education

Preparing Your Dog for the 4th of July

Estimated Read Time: 8 min, 41 sec
For many people, nothing is better than chillaxin in the backyard on the 4th of July with good friends and family—including fur babies! Of course, we all want to incorporate the dog in our holiday get-togethers, but doing so should be approached with care and caution. Some festive foods, supplies, and activities can pose potential risks to your canine companion. Preparing your dog for the 4th of July is super important! Keep reading to find out how.

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7 Most Common Life Changes that Cause Stress
Education

7 Most Common Life Changes that Cause Stress

*Estimated Read Time: 7 min 8 sec. Everyone experiences stress. It is a normal part of life. In the proper context, a little pressure can actually be quite beneficial and motivating! Unfortunately, the kind of changes that cause stress most often aren’t as helpful. One of the most talked-about 2020 (and now 2021) stress management tools has been pet ownership. 

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How To Prepare for Your First Vet Visit
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How To Prepare for Your First Vet Visit

*Estimated Read Time: 5 min 43 sec. Attending your first vet visit will often help calm those feelings of unpreparedness. To assist, even more, we’ve rounded up a few of our favorite tips to ensure the visit is super successful.

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New DOT Rules for Emotional Support Animals: What Every ESA Owner Should Know
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New DOT Rules for Emotional Support Animals: What Every ESA Owner Should Know

*Estimated Read Time: 3 min 15 sec. The Department of Transportation recently announced that airlines will no longer be required to recognize ESAs. However, Service Animals (including Psychiatric Service Dogs), who are trained to perform a specific task associated with their owner’s disability, are still legally protected and eligible for those rights.

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Attention: Due to the new Department of Transportation (DOT) policy, Emotional Support Animals are NO longer allowed to fly in airplane cabins for free. However, Psychiatric Service Dogs are eligible. Click here to see if you qualify.