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Attacking Parasites, Protecting Pets - As the weather gets warmer and you spend more time outside, your pets are more likely to be exposed to sometimes-serious infections and parasites. Just as bad, many of these diseases can be transmitted to people in the very same way our pets get them.
fetch! magazine and Pet Health Network – a veterinarian-recommended, free educational resource for pet parents – are joining forces with other pet health leaders this summer to help you protect your whole family from parasites. Make sure your four-legged friends (and your family!) are protected. Visit PetHealthNetwork.com/BewareTheBug to find out what parasites are in your area, get tips from veterinarians for avoiding the most common parasitic threats and more.
Pet Tech - Move over smartphones – smart collars are the latest and greatest new gadget to come from the pet world. Learn how monitors like the Tagg™ GPS Pet Tracker are helping pets live more active, healthier lifestyles in this Huffington Post blog from Petplan Co-Founder Natasha Ashton.
This spring, skip the sugar-laden commercial snacks and whip up a batch of homemade biscuits from Dr. Ernie Ward – paw-fect for your pup's health and packed with nutrients straight from Mother Earth.
2 cups garbanzo bean flour (easily made by grinding dried chick peas, an excellent source of protein)
1 1/2 teaspoons baking powder
1/2 cup chopped carrots
1/4 cup frozen peas (thawed)
1/2 cup packed spinach
2 tablespoons tomato paste
1 teaspoon each turmeric, dried basil and oregano
1/8 - 1/4 cup water
To make this recipe:
Preheat oven to 350°. Purée the carrots, peas, turmeric, spinach, tomato paste and water in a food processor. Add the flour, baking powder, basil and oregano, and pulse until blended. Coat an 8-by-10-inch pan with nonstick cooking spray, and then lightly dust it with flour. Place the dough in the pan, spread it out evenly and score into about 60 square pieces. Bake 30 minutes. Makes five dozen treats (11 calories per treat).
Remember to keep treats to less than 10% of your pet's daily caloric intake to maintain a healthy diet.
Recipe from Chow Hounds: Why Our Dogs are Getting Fatter - A Vet's Plan to Save Their Lives (2010 HCI). Check with your veterinarian before trying a new recipe for your pet, to ensure your efforts – and your furry friends! – are appropriately rewarded. For more inspiring ideas, visit our homemade pet food recipes board on Pinterest.
The Dog is Good #DOGMOM of the Year Award, presented by Petplan
“Love is a Four Legged Word,” “Caring for You is a Privilege” and “I Get to Watch my Heart Run Around In Front of Me” – these are all sentiments felt by Dog Moms every day. This May, Dog Is Good, a dog lifestyle company that creates and markets gifts and apparel for dog lovers, will be focused on an oft-overlooked segment of motherhood: Dog Moms!
As part of the month-long celebration, Dog Is Good is partnering with Petplan pet insurance and many other pet industry participants to hold the first annual #DOGMOM of the Year Award.
From now through May 15, nominations can be submitted by clicking here or by visiting the Dog is Good Facebook page: www.facebook.com/dogisgood
On May 19, the Top 10 Finalists will be selected, and voting will be open through May 30. The mom with the most votes will be crowned this year’s #DOGMOM of the Year on May 31!
All entrants will receive great offers and prizes from Dog is Good, Petplan and many other pet products and services. Nominate your favorite #DOGMOM today!
The information contained in this website is for illustrative purposes only and coverage under any pet insurance policy is expressly subject to the conditions, restrictions, limitations, exclusions and terms of the policy documentation issued by the insurer. Availability of this program is subject to each state's approval and coverage may vary by state. Pet insurance policies are issued by AGCS Marine Insurance Company and administered by Fetch Insurance Services, LLC (Fetch Insurance Agency, LLC in Michigan) d/b/a Petplan (Petplan Insurance Agency, LLC in California). AGCS Marine Insurance Company, a member of the Allianz Group, is rated A+ by A.M. Best (2013).