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Keeping Your Pets Safe This Winter

You’ve heard the phrase, “if you’re cold, they’re cold.” But symptoms of hypothermia and frostbite can happen a lot faster than you may think. Even just a few minutes outside without proper protection can put your pet at risk for frostbite or hypothermia. This winter keep your pets safe by knowing the signs and symptoms […]

3 Fun Ways to Exercise Your Pet During the Winter

Winter can be a difficult time for you and your pets. Not only does it get colder, the sun sets earlier, but there are very few days where the good weather and your schedule line up. Can you say cabin fever? You’re not the only one suffering from boredom right now. Your dog is bored […]

5 Gifts To Get For the Pet Lover in Your Life

The season of gifting is here and if you’re struggling to find the perfect gift, you’re not alone. Finding the perfect gift for your friends, family, favorite coworkers, and even your pet sitters or favorite pet boarding staff is never as easy as it should be. That’s why we’ve created a quick gift guide for […]

3 Tips for Making Your Pet’s Staycation Easy

You’re packed, your sitter is set, and you’re excited to head out to see family and friends for the holidays. As much as you wish you could take your pet, you can’t. However, pet sitters are a wonderful option that help pets maintain a sense of comfort and routine in either their own space or […]

Giving Thanks: Showing Your Pet Care Providers You Appreciate Them This Holiday Season

Your pet sitters and pet boarding facility providers are some of your favorite people because they take care of your furry family members as if they were their own. Not sure how to show them how much you appreciate them? We’ve rounded up a list of ways to show your dog’s second best friend how […]

Dog boarding – Know the Choices You Can Make

Your pet is probably your favorite family member. Don’t worry, we won’t tell Mom, Dad or Grandma. Your pet, even at their healthiest, needs proper attention and care so that they can thrive and be happy and healthy. But, as you know there comes a time when you’ll need to leave them for one or […]

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. […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]