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Choosing The Right Kennel For Your Dog

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Choosing The Right Kennel For Your Dog
Whether you use a crate in your home as a place for your dog to sleep, when you bring them along on outdoor adventures, or when you travel in an airplane, their comfort and safety are critically important. 

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Flaws in Center for Pet Safety Testing

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Flaws in Center for Pet Safety Testing

The Center for Pet Safety (CPS) testing is flawed. Click here to find out why. Like most pet parents, chances are this isn't the first time you've seen a dog stick their head out of the window during a car ride. Unfortunately, most pet parents are completely unaware of the risk and the dangers, to both animals and people that come with riding with their pets unrestrained in the car. What pet parents really need is the same level of vehicle crash safety protection for their pets that they expect for their children and other members of the family. While...

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Holiday Pet Travel and Safety Tips.

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Holiday Pet Travel and Safety Tips.

We have a guest blog post today from Lisa Weeth! Lisa is a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine and a Diplomate of the prestigious American College of Veterinary Nutrition. In this article, Lisa goes over crucial holiday travel tips to help keep the normal stress associated with holiday travel at a minimum! This article was originally posted in the Petco Community blog here.   Holidays Are Better Together: Travel Safely With Your Dog Holidays are for spending time with family and friends—whether they have two legs or four. For those of us living with canine companions, traveling for the holidays can...

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Can the Variocage Face Forward in a Vehicle and Still be Safe?

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Can the Variocage Face Forward in a Vehicle and Still be Safe?

We recently had a pet parent contact us with a unique situation.They had a Chevy Tahoe, and would be traveling to Alaska from New England with two German shepherds. They expected to be towing gear AND there would be a tire gate attached to the rear cargo door. Because of this the the rear door would not be used and it would be difficult to open on the three week trip. The Variocage was designed to have its backside up against the 2nd row seats. But what happens when the front of the Variocage, where the doors are, is facing forward? Is it still safe? Is...

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Why the Variocage Dog Travel Crate for Pet Travel?

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MIM Variocage - The Only Crash Tested Dog Travel Crate Dogs are very important to people these days. They really are considered to be a man’s best friend. The more you love and protect them, the more they will love and protect you! It is very important to love and protect your dogs because they are the ones that can help you in other things. The proper handling and caring is a must for dogs especially when travelling. MIM Variocages are especially made for dogs for their utmost protection. Variocages is known for its structure of steel that exceeds and meets...

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