Wednesday, 06/03/2020
What to Know Before You Go to Your Veterinarian During COVID-19

For pet parents, not being able to take their furry babies to the vet when they are sick is the worst feeling ever, but the horror of COVID-19 surpasses every feeling. However, with some protective protocols in place such as drop-off service, sanitizing leashes, collars, etc, visiting the vet in case of emergencies is still […]

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Monday, 05/11/2020
Can my Pet Get COVID19? Will it change now with everything opening?

The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) says there’s no evidence that a dog, cat, or any pet getting COVID-19. However, with a few rare cases of pets testing positive, it is essential to learn about proper pet care to keep your companion animals safe during the pandemic. In the next few sections, we […]

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Monday, 04/06/2020
Summer Pet Safety Tips

When the mercury begins to rise, the world seems to turn upside down. Every instinct in us screams that it’s time to get outside and play. The change in season brings with it many dangers that can affect both pets and their owners. This is especially true for our furry friends who spend a lot […]

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Thursday, 03/12/2020
Home Visits: Improving Lives for Vets Owners, and Pets

In response to Nick Marsh’s tongue-in-cheek post on home visits, PawSquad offers an alternate view and explains how they enable vets to provide better, more personal care than they often can in practice.

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Friday, 01/03/2020
How to Care for Pets if You have COVID-19

Human viral respiratory disease caused by the coronavirus altered our way of life. The World Health Organization (WHO) suggested several precautions to avoid this deadly disease. If you contract this illness, you must know the best ways to care for your pet. The most valued family member is your much-loved pet. You might come from […]

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