What to Do When You Find a Lost Dog

This morning, I decided to go on a quick run with my dog, Scout, before work. While we were jogging down our usual path, a small pit mix ran up to us. My feelings went from confused to surprised to excited to protective of Scout, because you never know if a stranger dog is going to be nice to your pup right away.

The dog seemed harmless, so I checked her collar for a tag – nothing. She looked malnourished, but because she ran right up to me, I knew she had to be someone’s pet. I looked around to see if anyone was calling for her, but I heard nothing.

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Pet Safety Tips for All Year Long

Each new season comes with more obstacles for you to jump over to keep your pets safe. Halloween candy, breakable Christmas ornaments, spring cleaning chemicals!? Animals can be very curious about new smells and items in the house, which could possibly end in a serious injury or sickness. Here are some tips on how you can protect your pets from getting hurt during the seasons.

Now that it’s October, and we’ve officially transitioned into the fall, let’s start there.

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Ways to Spend Quality Time With Your Dog

Your dog is your… best friend, roommate, emotional support, snuggle buddy – but most importantly, your companion. To him, you’re his everything and the main person that he interacts with all day. Let him know he’s special by making the effort to spend some extra quality time with him. Here are some great bonding ideas for you and your pup.

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Actions to Take When Your Kids Aren’t Listening

Oh, kids… so full of wonder and innocence. Some would say that they’re our greatest gift to ourselves… until they become possessed by an angry monster that can only do the opposite of what you ask them to. Instead of becoming frustrated and punishing them, have you ever asked yourself why they might be acting out?

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Top 7 Service Dog Breeds

We already know that dogs make great companions, but that is only the tip of the doggy biscuit when it comes to their abilities and skills.

The canine species is now being used in many areas to help better serve humans. These include search and rescue, police work, therapy, sniffing out illegal substances at border crossings and airports, as well as alerting people to oncoming medical issues.

Check out the top 7 service dog breeds that may just save your life one day.

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What Chores Your Child Should Be Doing at Each Age

Chores are common in almost every household, and they give children a sense of purpose and responsibility. Even though kids complain about completing the tasks assigned to them, when they successfully finish the chore, they will feel accomplished and proud.

Even if your child’s chore isn’t as efficient as it would be if you did it, it’s still important to remember that your children should develop a work ethic at a young age. This will help them to engrain self-discipline in their personalities to use for the rest of their lives.

Here are some chores that we believe are the most appropriate for each age range.

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Top 7 Uses for Scout GPS Tracker

We are inspired everyday by how people are using our Scout technology to keep track of what matters most to them. From tracking lost pets to stolen motorcycles, the Scout GPS tracker is providing people with peace of mind all across the globe.

We’ve summarized the top seven use cases for Scout below.  Whether you are a pet owner, a parent, the owner of a classic motorcycle, or managing a fleet of heavy machinery, Scout is sure to offer you safety and security in today’s complex world.

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