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Guest Interview: Canine Influenza with David Pearsall

Recently, the Kinn Inc. team had the pleasure of chatting with David Pearsall. David’s passion for educating and insuring doggy day care and boarding centers is derived from a place of care and compassion. What David’s knowledge and services offer can save facilities tens of thousands of dollars in the event of an illness outbreak. […]


What to Do About Bad Comments on Your Social Media Accounts

Social media is an amazing and powerful tool that allows you to reach people from all over the world. But when you’re able to cast wide nets, you’re bound to catch some nonsense. However, that doesn’t mean you should totally write off social media. In fact, being able to confront the negative comments head-on can […]

Breaking Up With a Difficult Client

Healthy business activity is essential to longevity in the pet care industry. However, the delicate topic of difficult clients can cause strain and strife as no one really talks about who they are and what to do about them. Whether you’ve been with them for years or they’re new to your business, breaking up with […]

How to Safely Celebrate Thanksgiving with Your Pets

When you celebrate Thanksgiving, you want to celebrate with ALL of your family members. Even the furry ones. But what might taste good for you, can actually be harmful to your pets. This Thanksgiving we’re making sure you’re celebrating the holiday in a way that’s safe for you and your pets.   Inform Guests of Rules […]

6 Ways to Say Thanks To Your Staff This Holiday Season

As we say goodbye to fall and hello to winter, your staff is likely gearing up for the holiday season rush. As past and present pet parents drop their four-legged family members off with you, your staff is preparing to carefully and wonderfully handle the big rush. As they go above and beyond to treat […]

How to Keep Your Pet Safe This Halloween

For many people, Halloween marks the beginning of the holiday season. What is an exciting time for you and your family can be an absolute nightmare for your pets. While dressing them up and including them in your spooky holiday plans may seem like fun, save the costumes for a photo-op. These are our top […]

Best Social Media Practices for Your Pet Care Business

Social media is more than just space for you to share your pet pics and drool over delectable dishes. In fact, social media can be a powerful marketing tool that is easy to use and can reach a wide audience for little to no money. But when you’re busy running a business, you don’t always […]

The “How To” Series Pt. 6: How to Develop Career Paths for Your Staff

Your employees are what help to keep your business running smoothly, repeat clients coming back, and make the environment an overall and enjoyable experience. While you wish you could keep them forever, a great employer and manager help employees develop their career paths–not keep them in the same role for years. Yet, helping your employees […]

The “How To” Series Pt. 7: Invest and Train Your Staff

Every organization can benefit from proper employee training. If you think it’s less expensive to hire someone new instead of continuing to train your staff, you’ll be sad to learn that’s wrong. US companies spend some $90 billion dollars in 2017 on staff training. The cost of training and developing a new employee is about […]

8 Misconceptions About Service Dogs and Those Who Use Them

There are approximately 500,000 service dogs in America. More and more people are incorporating service dogs into their lives. Some service dogs exist to provide emotional support, while others offer life-saving help by reminding individuals to take their medicine, alert them when their blood sugar drops too low or protect them while seizing. Yet, despite […]

Keeping Your Dog Busy While You’re Away From Home

As a pet parent, we want our dogs safe, happy and – let’s be honest – we don’t want them getting bored and tearing up the couch. A dog who lacks physical and mental stimulation can become destructive. This isn’t necessarily because he is a “bad” dog; he’s simply trying to expend his extra energy. […]

9 Food Your Dog Should Stay Away From

There’s nothing better than sitting down for a nice meal and sharing it with your pooch. But you’d be surprised at how many of your favorite foods and meals are actually highly toxic to your pets. These are the top 9 foods you need to keep away from your pet.   Chocolate While you probably […]

5 Signs You Need to Hire a Dog Trainer

Dogs are complex creatures; although dogs have gone through thousands of years of domestication, dogs still have animal instincts which can sometimes cause unruly, negative, and sometimes outright aggressive behavior. All dogs need some kind of training, whether it’s simple housebreaking or something more serious like being trained not to bite and nip. How do […]