Air Transportation With Snub Nosed Breeds

Formally known as brachycephalic breeds, snub nosed dogs are breeds that have a shorter than normal snouth. Pugs, Bulldogs, Boston Terriers, Shih Tzus, Pit Bull Terriers, Chow Chows and Boxers are some of the most common examples.  Although their unusual noses are their cutest feature, it’s also their most dangerous characteristic.  Their compressed sinuses make… View Article

Counter Surfing

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Counter surfing is an undesirable and dangerous habit that some dogs are very good at. A variation of the regular “leave it” cue works well for this. Begin with really tasty treats in your pocket and a lesser treat up on the counter. When your dog looks at the counter say “leave it” in your… View Article

Your Guide to Detangling Your Dog’s Coat

With great fur comes great responsibility—pets with long coats definitely need a little more upkeep than short-haired breeds! But even with daily brushing, tangles and matted hair can become a problem. For long-haired dogs, mats and tangles are just part of life. But that doesn’t mean that they should just be left alone! In addition… View Article
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10 Things to Consider when “Shipping” Your Pet

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As pet parents ourselves, we understand that selecting a pet transportation expert you can trust with your pet’s journey is a big decision. While we hope we have the privilege of helping you ensure your pet’s trip is a success, we’d like to provide a list of 10 things to consider. This way, whatever you… View Article

Exercising Your Dog’s Brain

Exercise is essential for keeping every part of the body healthy and happy—for humans and for dogs alike. And this includes exercising the brain! You may be taking your furry friend for lots of walks, but what are you doing to keep your pup’s brain in great shape? Let’s take a look at some fun,… View Article
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COVID-19: An Update From Airpets America

March 18 update: As the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak continues to evolve, the safety of our customers and their furry friends remains our number one priority. Here at Airpets America, we are still relocating animals as usual. Because the likelihood of pets catching the virus is so low, there are still no restrictions on pet travel…. View Article

Best Breed Roundup: Gentle Giants

Do you have a lot of space, love outdoor adventures or just want more furry friend to love? If so, you might want to consider adopting one of these large and lovable breeds! Great Dane Great Danes might be the first breed that comes to a lot of people’s minds when they think about large… View Article
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Paw Care Basics

Grooming is an important part of caring for and bonding with your furry friend. And an essential but sometimes overlooked aspect of grooming is taking good care of the sensitive paws. Let’s go over some paw care basics! Proper Dog Paw Pad Care Caring for dog paw pads is important for the same reason that… View Article
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Keeping Your Furry Friend Warm and Cozy

You’ve heard the saying before: If you’re cold, your pet is cold, too! So, just like you bundle yourself up for the winter and spend more time indoors when it’s too frigid, it’s important to take precautions to keep your pet nice and toasty on the coldest days of the year. Why Does It Matter?… View Article
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The Top 5 Dog-Friendly Cities in America

The holidays may be over but spring break is approaching quickly. Check out our list of the top dog-friendly cities in America so that your pet can have as much of a vacation as you. 1. Chicago, IL The Windy City is home to some 600 dog parks and is easily accessed through its many… View Article