Bringing home a rescue dog? Turn your home into a dog-friendly space

CLAWGUARD Products
Whether you live in Sacramento, California, or Charlotte, North Carolina, or perhaps anywhere in between, you most likely have been spending a lot more time at home because of the Coronavirus pandemic. Maybe you’ve been thinking about welcoming a furry friend into your family to help increase companionship during these long days of social distancing. Or, maybe bringing home a rescue dog is just what you need to make your house finally feel like a home. 

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BREAKING NEWS: CLAWGUARD shifts manufacturing efforts to help fill need for PPE amid COVID-19 pandemic

CLAWGUARD Products
CLAWGUARD uses high-quality plastics in its line of protection products, which includes door shields, furniture protectors and more. Those plastics are well-suited to the development of personal protective equipment, which is in short supply in healthcare facilities across the U.S. So last week, CLAWGUARD founder and CEO, Kevin Dixon, began working with the company’s manufacturing partner to shift production to focus on protective face shields. CLAWGUARD has also ramped up capacity to produce up to 100,000 face shields a week

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CLAWGUARD Partnership is helping the Humane Society of Charlotte keep its animals healthy

Rocco & Foster Innovation

During slow months, the organization spends $450 a week on medicine to treat upper respiratory infections, explains Elizabeth Jones, vice president of operations at the Humane Society. At peak times, those costs climb into the thousands. “Without a physical barrier, animals touch noses or sneeze directly onto the animals next to them,” Jones explains. “If anyone of those animals is sick, it will slowly domino effect throughout the entire organization.”  

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Can my Dog or Cat Catch and Give Me COVID-19?

Rocco & Foster Innovation

Can my dog or cat catch and transmit coronavirus? These are certainly uncertain times. As more federal and local guidelines impact schools and businesses, more pet owners are staying home.  Pet owners are asking - can my dog or cat catch and transmit Coronavirus? We’ve pulled data from the World Health Organization and CDC to help shed light on this question.     

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How To Recognize Signs Of Dog Anxiety

Robbi Hess

Not again! You’ve come home from a day at work or a few hours of running errands and your dog has dumped the trash can, gnawed on the windowsill and is clawing the door again. Why!? What are the signs of dog anxiety?

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How To Keep Your Dog Calm During Fireworks

Robbi Hess

July 4th is fast approaching and many pet parents are worried. Fireworks displays cause many dogs anxiety and stress because of the loud booms to the squealing noises and the bright lights. Pet parents who have dogs who are terrified of fireworks displays and even thunder and lightning storms may find their dogs cowering under the bed, barking and whining or clawing at the door to try to get away from the noise. 

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Will You Take Your Dog To Work?

Robbi Hess
Will you take your dog or cat? Is your pet “office ready”? Just as we all want to show off our adorable babies, toddlers and teens we know they don’t always cooperate and the same is true for our fur babies. You love your dog or cat. You KNOW your dog or cat is the best behaved, most adorable pet on earth, but honestly are they ready for a day in the office?

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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 Find A Lost Dog

Robbi Hess
If your dog goes missing, would you be reunited? Statistics show that only one in ten dogs who are lost are eventually reunited with their families. What can you do to find a lost dog and be reunited? Here are a few ways to keep them safe and then facilitate a reunion. 

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How To Make Your Home Pet-Friendly

Robbi Hess

Puppy- and kitten-proofing a home is something that a new pet parent must add to the list of responsibilities that come with welcoming a new pet to the family. What have you done to puppy- or kitten- proof your home before you brought a new pet home? We would love to know and your tip might just help another new pet parent. 

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