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With it being the wet season, be it rain or snow, we all know how much mud and dirt can accumulate on our pets’ paws after going outdoors. The grounds outside of the Trupanion office and especially inside the courtyard … Continue reading
With pets comes distraction. It’s natural and expected. I mean, who can resist giving attention to that cute face? However, the line can quickly become crossed from cute-distracting to unproductive-distracting. As a pet owner that brings a pet to work, … Continue reading
If you’re lucky enough to get to bring your pet to work like us, there are some basic guidelines that everyone should follow, whether or not they have been formally addressed. Everything boils down to respect for your coworkers (and … Continue reading
Once in a while, your dog or someone else’s dog may get into a scuffle with another dog. They might “argue” over toys or treats or have a play session that gets too rough. We can do our best to … Continue reading
One thing that’s important to be aware of for any situation involving multiple dogs is the way that they view resources. Some treats, toys, and food are viewed as very high value, so a dog will do everything it can … Continue reading
An important lesson I learned from our office pet training session is this: No matter how well you know your pet, you do not know all other pets well. This means that you should always take precautions when out and … Continue reading
It may come as a shock to you, but your pet, no matter how social you think it is, does not love all other pets. This was something that really hit home with me during our office pet training session. … Continue reading
I recently posted an update about our office pet guidelines and how we were lucky to have a pet trainer come and talk to us. This week, I would like to recount some of her tips relating to antsy dogs. … Continue reading
Because we bring our dogs (and some cats) into the office here at Trupanion, we have recently compiled a list of basic guidelines for all pet-bringers in order to keep the peace and privilege of bringing our pets. We were … Continue reading