CLAWGUARD Launches New Cat Training Tape to Growing Portfolio

Amber Johnson-Drake
Clawguard helps pet owners develop a stronger relationship with their pets by keeping their pets and homes safe. The latest cat training tape by Clawguard will now protect the owner’s house from clawing, scratching, and unnecessary jumping of the pet cats.

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How Do I Stop My Dog From Scratching The Door?

Amber Johnson-Drake
A dog who “communicates” by scratching at the door needs to be given other communication methods that don’t involve him damaging the home. Damaging the home is one of the issues when your dog is scratching, but your dog could also hurt himself when he’s scratching. He could crack his nails or get splinters of the scratched wood in his paw pads. If he has scratched enough of the door he may also be able to gnaw on the wood and if he swallows it, he could damage his intestines.

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COVID-Related Separation Anxiety When Returning to the Workplace

Amber Johnson-Drake
COVID has had an impact on all of us including our pets. For us, staying home meant a substantial reduction in our interactions with other people. Our pets, on the other hand, likely gained a significant amount of socialization time. They undoubtedly embraced the extra time and attention they received as a result of our increased presence at home. However, when pet owners return to work, it's not easy for them to understand why we are no longer able to be around as frequently.

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Quick & Easy Way To Protect Your Doors From Dog Damage

Robbi Hess
CLAWGUARD door shields are an ideal way to protect your home’s doors from damage and your dog’s paws from splinters. The best part about CLAWGUARD? It’s quick and easy to install. In fact, “installation” is as simple as opening the package and hanging the door shield off the door handle. You can cut it to size if necessary; yes, scissors may be required. 

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How To Plan Your Holiday Travel With Your Pets

Robbi Hess
If you’re going “over the river and through the woods” for Thanksgiving or Christmas this year you may be wondering, “what will I do with my dog and cat when I travel?” If you’re like most pet parents, your “pet parent anxiety” will be on the rise. You don’t want to put your beloved fur babies in a kennel. Your favorite pet sitter is vacationing. You don’t want to leave your pets home alone with someone you don’t have a relationship with. What are your options?

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