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Our pets aren’t just companion animals. They’re treasured friends, and even beloved family members. While it’s never fun or pleasant to think about what will happen to them if the worst should happen to us, it’s very important to consider how we can ensure they are well cared for when and if we are no longer able to care for them ourselves. Thankfully, creating a solid plan through a pet trust can help give us peace of mind.

The new year is upon us.  It's time to take a look back on the past year and determine what we might want to change, do better or accomplish in 2022.  For pet parents, much of this reflection applies to the lives they share with their pets.

Many things can be stressful when it comes to hitting the road for the holidays. However, traveling with your pets doesn’t have to be one of them. Most pet parents don't like leaving their furry kids behind, and (provided their pets are good travelers) they really don’t have to. When following some tried-and-true tips, taking your pets along is not only easy, it makes for a much more enjoyable holiday road trip.

A study on service dogs’ impact on vets with PTSD finds those with the animals experience fewer suicidal ideas and more improvement to their symptoms.

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This combined bone and rope is great for chew-time and playtime. It’s made of safe and durable natural materials. While not suitable for aggressive chewers, this toy is great for dogs that love bones, fetch and tug-of-war. $10.95 at Amazon

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These luxury elk antlers will make your dog feel like royalty. The antlers are free from harmful chemicals, arrive in eco-friendly packaging and come with a 100% money-back guarantee. $44.99 for a 1-lb. box at Amazon

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This interactive smart bone actively engages your dog with movements and noises, programmable via a smartphone app. It easily dissembles for cleaning and is made of food-grade materials. $69.99 at Amazon

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