Healthy Bond for Life

Can my pet spread the COVID-19 Virus?

There is currently no evidence that companion animals, including pets, can spread COVID-19 or that they might be a source of infection in the United States.

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Keeping weight off your pet is important.

What’s the bond between pet ownership and your health?

Studies have shown pet ownership may increase fitness levels, relieve stress, lower blood pressure and cholesterol levels, and boost overall happiness and well-being. But are you and your pet as healthy as you can be?

Welcome to Best Friend Fridays™

Learn what pet parents are saying about bringing their pets to work.

Wagging tails can help keep the workplace calm.

Think about opening your doors to employees’ four-legged friends!

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Owning a pet can change your life.

Whether you adopt a pet or want to foster a pet, this February you can give your heart to a pet who needs you.

Thinking about adopting or fostering a pet? National Love Your Pet Day is Feb. 20, 2020.

It’s also American Heart Month, so treat your heart (and your pet’s heart) to a little something wonderful.

America’s Top Dog and the Go Red For Women® Red Dress Collection®

Meet America’s Top Dog from Westminster Kennel Club’s annual dog show.

Learn why the American Heart Association invited King, the Westminster “Best in Show” winner to join Rachel Smith on the runway.

Adopting a Dog Could Be Good for Your Heart

Watch and listen while Dan Schachner, the Puppy Bowl Referee Host / MC and Dog Trivia Master, speaks with
Dr. Suzanne Steinbaum, about adopting a dog and how this can actually be good for your heart.

This is the 16th Puppy Bowl so we rounded up 16 facts you’ll want to read after viewing our Animal Planet video.

Move More in Style

Your dog can Go Red in our fashionable Go Red Gingham Dog Collar or Leash!

Proceeds benefit our mission to be a relentless force for longer, healthier lives.

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