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Do you know Pet CPR? Please click on the following YouTube video, "Pet CPR", and take five minutes to watch this. It can be a life-saver! 
Keep Pet Food Bags Away from Your Pets!

It just takes a minute for your dog or cat to get into serious trouble if they get their head stuck inside of a pet food bag. They can suffocate within minutes! It's important to keep all food bags and pet food bags stored safely out of reach. Keep dog or cat treats and pet […]

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An EMMY to Celebrate!

The in-depth media piece we worked on last fall with the investigative team at WUSA9 (CBS) won an EMMY last week! The Capital Emmys were awarded virtually. The Academy's Emmy Award is the industry's benchmark for the recognition of television excellence. To watch this award winning segment called "Dogs are Dying Face-First in Snack Bags, […]

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Check the Chip Day!

August 15th is “National Check the Chip Day!”  Microchip your pet! Lost or stolen pets have a much higher chance of being reunited with their families if they have been microchipped and the registration information is up to date.  DayZ, the cute cat in the photo, disappeared in Dallas two years ago. The family was […]

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New Podcast Interview!

Don't miss the latest podcast interview with our Founder, Bonnie Harlan, and pet advocate and Dogologist, Billie Groom, with Upward Dogology discussing pet suffocation and how to prevent it! Click on Press and Videos to listen now!

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Working from Home With Your Pets

Though "Take Your Dog to Work Day" was officially June 26th, more people than ever are working from home today. One advantage is being able to have our pets right next to us, helping make the work day go easier. So, it's important to keep in mind all the safety tips to prevent pet suffocation […]

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Can Your Dog or Cat Contact or Spread COVID-19?

The Center of Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) says COVID-19 is spread to humans through person-to-person contact, and there have been no reports of pets spreading the Coronavirus in the U.S. In addition, The World Health Organization (WHO) has stated, “...to date, there is no evidence that a dog, cat or any pet can transmit […]

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