Developing A Pet Fire Emergency Plan

By Dogizone | Jul 13, 2020

Everyone should have a fire emergency plan designed for their home. This plan needs to include where and how to leave the residence based on fire starting or spreading to different areas of the home. While most families have a general understanding of where to go and how to get out of the house if […]

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Meaningful Ways To Remember A Beloved Dog

By Dogizone | Jul 4, 2020

One of the hardest parts of being a dog owner is having to say goodbye to a beloved companion, family member, and best friend. Finding ways to remember your dog is helpful in working through the grieving process while also having a reminder of your time together. Grieving the loss of a dog, even when […]

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Dog-Friendly Pools: What Owners Need To Know

By Dogizone | Jun 29, 2020

Most dogs love to cool off with a swim, and they are natural swimmers. But dog-friendly pools are important to consider. Keeping your dog safe in the pool does take some training and advanced preparation. Just like children, dogs should never be allowed in a pool, or even a lake, without constant supervision. Unfortunately, dogs […]

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Everything You Wanted To Know About Microchipping Your Pet

By Dogizone | Jun 22, 2020

Microchipping has been used for the identification of dogs and cats for years. Initially, there was a lot of misinformation and myths about the process. Now, with vets and breeders behind the program, it is now commonly used in most countries around the world.  To understand if microchipping your dog or cat is a good […]

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Preparing A Camping Or RV Vacation With Your Dog

By Dogizone | Jun 15, 2020

Most dogs love to travel in the vehicle, and they tend to enjoy camping vacations in the great outdoors as much or more than their owners. Taking your beloved pooch on a camping trip in a tent or an RV is a wonderful time to get in exercise, spend time bonding, and find time to […]

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Dog Socialization In The Time Of COVID-19

By Dogizone | Jun 8, 2020

Social distancing for humans is a proven way to help to slow down and prevent the spread of any time of virus. In the current pandemic, people are required to maintain social distancing and stay-at-home or work from home requirements to help to limit the spread of COVID-19, but what about dog socialization? Even though […]

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