Demand for “quarantine pets” increased during the COVID-19 pandemic, bringing with it a spike in scams. Experts now warn of a huge peak in scams during the holiday season. Our advice: proceed with super caution.
It’s well established that sudden loud noises, such as fireworks or thunderstorms, commonly trigger a dog’s anxiety. And now new research suggests everyday sounds in our homes can be extremely stressful for dogs. And some can be painful.
Most of us have tried it – leaving the television on for our pets as a way to entertain them while we’re away. Is it a good idea? Does it work? Should we limit screen time? The answers are just what we always knew.
If your holiday travel plans include a visit to a foreign county, chances are you won’t be able to bring your dog along with you. Amid growing concern over disease, the CDC has banned pets on planes to or from more than 100 countries in a rare “temporary suspension.”
With scores of businesses calling employees back to the office after more than a year of working at home, the adjustment is going to be huge for you and your pet. There are things you can do to make the transition easier, save your home and your sanity.
Our outdoor exhibition tent returns this Saturday for the very first outdoor event at Madison Yards. Expect lots of free samples and freebies from our partner vendors and the very best pet care advice straight from the Lucky & Lady team.