Posts Tagged ‘dog health tips’

Geeky Pets 101: 2 Dog Walking Apps

Screen Shot 2012-12-05 at 6.49.59 PM

In May, Fujitsu, a company in Japan released a pedometer for dogs. This isn’t a new concept. The pedometer is on the dog’s collar and transmits pace and mileage to the owner’s smartphone which then can be uploaded to a website. Sound familiar? Sound like the Nike+ iPod app that many of us used with [...]

3 Diseases Dogs Can Pass To Us

299076_273732842660231_162785820421601_919827_1244633004_n

Dogs give us a lot: companionship, love, laughs, and drooly licks. There are so many wonderful reasons to having a dog and so many reasons we love them. However, if we’re not mindful of their health we might accidentally also endanger ours. There are some diseases and parasites that can spread from dogs to us. [...]

Canine Influenza: What Is It?

Screen shot 2012-01-10 at 3.06.30 PM

A few months ago I got a phone call from a telemarketing agency that focused on pet care. The woman was talking to me about canine influenza. I asked, “Isn’t this kennel cough?” She replied that is often mistaken for kennel cough and continued to talk to me about how it has become a widespread [...]

Stop Your Dog From Licking and Chewing Her Paws

If your dog chews her paws, licks, and bites the padding it could be mean she is having a reaction to something she is in contact with, but determining what it is can be difficult. Anything from food allergies, substances on the sidewalk that bug her, elements in the soil, to anxiety, or obsessive-compulsive disorders [...]

Treating Mange Naturally

Mange is an inflammatory disease in which large numbers mites attack dogs whose immune system cannot regulate and fight them off. Dogs have mites on their body but if the mites reproduce too quickly, or become too much in number, your dog may end up with itchy red spots, loss of fur, or scabby spots. [...]

What is Heartworm?

Heart-worm, known also as dirofilaria immitis, is a roundworm that travels from host to host through the blood and is transferred and spread by mosquitoes that bite dog after dog. The worm is a slim one that takes up residence in the heart of a dog and can live there for many years sometimes. It’s [...]

My Petswelcome Passport

Now you can save your route and access it anytime on your trip and/or for future travel. If you already have a Petswelcome Passport account, just log-in to save this route.

Log-in to your account


Create an Account


Petswelcome Passport

Get yours today!

Once you put in your Search by Route departure point and destination and click on Get Directions, you will be asked if you'd like to save your route. If you would like to save it, you'll be asked to create you own account by putting in your email address and creating a password so you can access your directions anytime on your trip or in the future.

Petswelcome Passport

Get yours today!

To save your route just fill in the information below and you'll be able to keep it as long as you'd like and access it anytime on-line.  No more printing and forgetting to take the directions with you. And by saving trees and ink, you'll feel good about yourself, save money, contribute to a cleaner environment and, most importantly, be able to spend more time on having a great trip with your WHOLE family. How sweet is that?

Just fill in the information below to create an Petswelcome Passport account:

My Petswelcome Passport

Log-in to your account.



Create Account Lost Password? Learn More…

Petswelcome Passport


Create Account Lost Password? Learn More…

Petswelcome Passport

Reset Password

Enter the email address you used to create your account and we'll send you a link to reset your password: