New & Noteworthy
September 2, 2021
Our pets count on us for an awful lot, and that includes keeping them safe in situations they may not fully understand. No pet owner wants to think about their pet experiencing the anxiety and uncertainty of an emergency such as a fire or natural disaster. However, it is always best to be prepared in the event one happens.
Preparing an emergency to-go kit for your pet in advance means it’s always on hand in the event you need it, removing the need to gather items quickly when emergencies happen and the possibility of missing or forgetting vital pet care necessities.
Here’s everything you need to create an emergency to-go kit that will help keep your pet safe in any scenario.
July 15, 2021
Every year, in the United States alone, over 500,000 pets experience house fires, and 40,000 of those pets tragically lose their lives, mostly from complications due to smoke inhalation. In general, pet owners do not like to think about their four-legged family members experiencing an event such as a fire, but they must prepare in the event one happens.
Here are THREE easy ways pet owners can help protect their pets from a potential house fire with preparation and prevention.
June 14, 2021
Congratulations to Wasabi, a Pekingese, who beat out thousands of dogs to win the top prize – Best in Show – at the 145th Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show last evening on the grounds of Lyndhurst Estate.
Wasabi, who’s full name is GCHG CH Pequest Wasabi, is a three year-old male who calls Pennsylvania home. His co-owners are Krispy Kreme heiress, Sandra Middlebrooks, Peggy Steinman of Lancaster Steinmans, and the late Iris Love. Wasabi is also the grandson of 2012 Best In Show winner, Malachy!
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March 16, 2021
Today, the American Kennel Club announced that, for the 30th year in a row, the Labrador Retriever has earned the top spot on their annual survey of the most popular dog breeds in America. The AKC based their list on the number of registrations received in 2020.
For the first time, the French Bulldog earned the #2 spot on the list, bumping the German Shepherd and Golden Retriever to #3 and #4, respectively. There is one new arrival on the list – the Dachshund, who jumped up from 12th place in 2019 to the 10th spot in 2020.
Here’s the full list of 2020’s top 10 most popular dog breeds, starring some adorable DogWatch Dogs from all across the country!