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Cars heat up quickly so never leave your pet in the car — even for a quick errand. Try these alternatives instead!

Halloween can be a traumatic and even dangerous time for your pets. Here are our 8 best tips to protect them.

Caring for Dogs

A Companion Animal’s Golden Years

by Caroline Golon, guest contributor

Do you have a pet in his golden years? Learn how pets tend to get in their older years and what you can do to help your companion.

Before emergency strikes, download, fill out and print Petfinder’s free Healthy-Pet Checklist, a handy guide to your pet’s most important health information.

Many of today’s dogs are bored and under-exercised and the solution is increased exercise and structured play. Check out this list of breed-based activities for your dog.

Do you have a senior dog? Learn about what happens as dogs get older and how you can help them.

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Check out these guidelines to keep your companion animal safe and warm when the temperature drops during the winter months.

Being prepared to take care of your pet in the unexpected event of a disaster is crucial. Check out this list of supplies that you should have in a disaster kit for pets.