While you may be careful about keeping potentially toxic chemicals away from your pets, you may be surprised by the number of common household cleaners that could harm your pets. According to the EPA, a large percentage of indoor pollution can be attributed to the use of household cleaners.This week’s blog post will list some of the toxic ingredients to watch out for and which household cleaners to avoid.
The 4th of July is tomorrow, and everyone knows that means fireworks. While they are fun for people, they are not so fun for pets, especially nervous pets. The loud noise caused by the constant barrage of fireworks can cause stress-related behavior problems, such as excess barking or scratching, trembling, and general anxiety. Recently, we posted a piece on our Blogger Influencer program and our Calming product. While we are running this program continuously on other products, this blog post discusses Calming and how it works. Click here to get tips on how to keep pets calm during the summer fireworks, along with other stressful situations during the summer, such as travel and thunderstorms. Remember to follow us on Facebook for more important tips and updates. We wish all of our readers a safe and happy 4th of July!
Because we love our employees, and know that our customers talk to them often, we wanted to let you get to know your account representatives. This week, we introduce Will Deming, who has been with us for a little over a year. Read on to hear why Will loves working at Pet Naturals® of Vermont and what he likes to do outside of work.
Guest Post by Noe Bunnell
It’s been almost 8 years to the day since I adopted a scruffy, 23lb terrier mix from the Hawaiian Humane Society. They told me she had a history of showing up at the shelter at least once or twice a year for her entire (4-year) life. At the time I had hardly any experience with dogs, and I thought her trembling and whining when we walked away from her cage, and super lovey, cuddly behavior were just charming. Now I know those are typical manifestations of a dog with anxiety problems, and lo and behold, my difficult life with Ramona had begun.
A few weeks ago, we published a video blog post about our Calming products. Because there’s added stress for pets during the summer, we thought it would be the perfect time to feature this product. But warmer weather also means more exercise and playtime outside for pets, which is why we are posting a video on our Hip + Joint products for dogs and cats! In this short video, learn about the ingredients in our Hip + Joint chews and chewable tablets and how they can benefit your pet this summer.
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