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The Benefits of Prescription Pet Food

by Wilson Weaver, Copywriter at Companion Protect® Just like humans, the diet of our pets has far-reaching effects on their overall health. To ensure your four-legged friend has access to nourishment that’s best for their optimal wellbeing, it may be worth scheduling a visit to see your veterinarian. If necessary, your vet may

By |2020-12-15T13:00:33-06:00December 15th, 2020|Cat Tips, Dog Tips|

What to Expect When You’re Expecting…A New Pet

by Shayne Storey, AMPLIFY™ Marketing Specialist at Companion Protect. Pet adoptions haven't slowed down as much as you might expect with COVID-19 afoot. In fact, between social distancing and working from home, many families are making this the opportune time to bring home their new best friend. Especially when the coronavirus creates a greater

By |2020-08-28T10:53:52-05:00August 28th, 2020|Cat Tips, Dog Tips, Fun Stuff|

Survival Guide: Keeping Your Dog Entertained While Working From Home

By Lucy Masters, Intern at Companion Protect For pets, their parents being quarantined at home is a big change -- they're not used to us being home all the time. During this time of uncertainty, maintaining routines in the household can help dogs with the feeling of normalcy. Keeping them mentally and

By |2020-04-30T12:57:34-05:00April 30th, 2020|Dog Tips, Fun Stuff|

Pet Cancer 101: What you should know.

By Baillie James, Case Manager/Certified Claims Adjuster for Companion Protect™ Roughly six million dogs and six million cats receive a new pet cancer diagnosis each year in the United States (National, 2019). Pets over 10 years are especially at risk; nearly 50% of dogs over 10 years will get cancer (AVMA, 2019). These

By |2020-12-09T15:43:37-06:00November 23rd, 2019|Cat Tips, Dog Tips|

28 Foods and Spices Your Dog Should Avoid or Indulge In This Thanksgiving

by Shayne Storey, AMPLIFY™ Marketing Specialist at Companion Protect. It happened. Your entire batch of green bean casserole just fell onto the kitchen floor. As you scurry to scoop up the mess, your dogs come running in full charge, and like something out of a horror film, they gobble up the mess

By |2020-10-09T15:54:48-05:00November 12th, 2019|Dog Tips|