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David Canning talks about DOGIPOT

Mon, 23 Nov 2015 by Linda Rosado


Who can best speak about pet waste management other than Dave Canning, President of DOGIPOT®? Watch Dave talk about our wide range of pet waste products and partnership with ARVC, the leader in outdoor hospitality. When you use our disposal bags, at home or in parks, you can feel the DOGIPOT® difference.

Food Safety for Your Dog During the Holidays

Thu, 19 Nov 2015 by Linda Rosado


The holidays are a great time of year for the whole family, dogs included, to get together and enjoy the season of parties, traditions, and lots of delicious food. With all these festivities just around the corner, it's easy for dog owners to overlook pet safety hazards that come up around this time. Dog owners should be extra cautious for their dogs' wellbeing so they don't ingest any foreign materials, such as: candy, chocolate, wrappers, decorations, fruits and the like.

Pet-Friendly Airport Assets Create a Better Experience for Travelers with Service Dogs

Thu, 12 Nov 2015 by Linda Rosado

Air Travel with pet-friendly airport assets


The holiday season is upon us, which means air travel across the country is about to shoot sky-high, no pun intended. As exciting as jetting off on a plane is, whether to visit home or a new destination, being in airport can be stressful, especially for people traveling with pets or service animals if the proper amenities are not easily available. While many airports have already started creating specialized areas for travelers with pets, including pet relief areas and even boarding facilities, there’s always more work to be done! City planners, developers and airport managers looking to boost pet-friendly amenities throughout their airport’s campus can take notes from these trendy terminals and consider implementing some of these unique features for those traveling through their gates. 

Building Awareness About National Pet Diabetes Month

Tue, 03 Nov 2015 by Linda Rosado


Diabetes is an enduring disease that has persisted through time, but in recent years there has been an increase in diagnoses. Many people may know diabetes as a metabolic disease, the body's inadequate production or inability to use insulin. Diabetes in humans can either be inherited at an early age or developed later in life because of poor diet, excess weight and lack of exercise. 

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