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Pet Safety in the Workplace

As more workplaces allow their employees to bring their pets to work, it is important to create a set of guidelines for pet safety in the workplace to avoid conflict. In an animal organization, these may seem obvious, but regular offices do have their limitations. Allowing your employees to bring their pets to work is great for their health, stress levels, and even socialization with other employees as we start to ease back into post-COVID times. Health All office pets should be up to date on their vaccines and fully vaccinated. The distemper vaccine is extremely important for dogs socializing…

DIY Dog Sensory Toys

If your dog is stuck in the crate or bored at home, there are many ways you can make their life more exciting. By engaging them to play with sensory toys, you enrich their lives and decrease any stress or anxiety that might arise when you leave them alone at home or in a crate. Luckily, we’ve found a few DIY dog sensory toys that are easy and quick to make! Separation anxiety and destructive behavior are both very common when a dog is left alone or in a crate. You cannot expect a young or high-energy dog to sleep…

3 Reasons Why Rawhide Isn’t Safe For Dogs

Whether you own a teething puppy or a full-grown dog, they seem to all share the common love of chewing. Rawhide has always been a go-to bone give your dog when they are wanting something to nibble on. It seems durable and is tasty enough to keep your dog entertained for a while. However, rawhide comes with some serious risks you will want to keep in mind before giving your pup a rawhide chew. If you currently give your dog these bones, read on to learn why rawhide bones are not safe for dogs. What is Rawhide? Rawhide chews are…