According to numerous studies, bringing pets to the office can help:
Bring the whole family to Petco, including pets, for free events all summer long!
While not smoking is in the best interest of both humans and pets, if you’re a smoker with pets, Petco recommends the following five ways you can protect your pet from the harmful effects of second and thirdhand smoke:
The 10.00 off is an in store promotion. I think you can print the coupons from the link but you have to be a Pet Pals member. If you are not, you can sign up online and print out your information with your membership number before you go. Also be sure to go online and get the Petco online price and they will price match that. The online prices are always less at Petco and PetSmart and they will match those prices in the store.
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There are so many loving pets right in your community waiting for a family to call their own. Start searching for your new best friend below—or adopt at a Petco store.Petco established “National Pets @ Work Day” on April 19, 2016. While we’ve shared many of the benefits that a pet-friendly work place can bring, such as increased productivity, creativity and socialization among co-workers, have you ever wondered what life is like through the eyes of a Petco office pet? Every day, you can adopt a pet in a Petco store. In fact, together with Petco and our community partners, we help find homes for thousands of dogs, cats, rabbits and other pets every week. We can even help you get started now below.Veterinary nutritionists estimate the calories your pet needs depending on her ideal weight. However, every pet has individual energy needs (even in pets that are the same size). One good way to see if your pet is over or underweight is to reference a body condition chart. Your veterinarian can help you learn how to use one. It is also a good idea to regularly record your pet’s weight and monitor any upward or downward trends.Treats are often a reward for and are typically the best motivator for positive change—although many pets can transition to clicker training to decrease treating. are a good choice for training, so you don’t have to worry about giving too much in a short period of time. Further, most pets are more aware that they’re getting a treat than they are of the size of it, so smaller treats still get the job done. This is also true for , like before bed or after a morning walk. Transitioning to smaller bits or lower-calorie treats is a better option than suddenly stopping a treating routine completely. Intermittent rewarding, on the other hand, can reinforce undesirable habits. For instance, if you resist treat giving and then sometimes give one when your pet begs, the begging behavior can be intensified because your cat or dog will think they’ll get something out of it.As with humans, small weight increases each year can eventually lead to pet obesity. Believe it or not, one half slice of cheese a day—which equals 50 calories—can add up to 18,250 calories every year. Without an increase in exercise, this could add about five pounds of body weight to your pet in just one year. Over five years, this is a 25-pound gain, so a 50-pound dog may top the scales at 75 pounds. For a 9-pound cat, one 10-calorie treat a day could tack on one pound in a year. In five years, the cat may weigh 14 pounds. Both pets would be morbidly obese and at increased risk for many diseases, including arthritis and diabetes mellitus.