The Best Homemade Holiday Recipes for Dogs
iCalmPet Blog | Calming Music for Dogs and Cats
by Sara Bradley
4M ago
The holidays are right around the corner which means that soon our houses will be buzzing with the company of the ones we love. The scents of our favorite holiday dishes and freshly baked pastries will fill the rooms with the sweet aroma of the holidays. Our noses won’t be the only snoots drawn to the delightful aromas of holiday spirit, but also the snouts of our furry companions. With many holiday dishes containing ingredients that our furry friends are not allowed to consume, it is fitting for us to create a holiday menu or special treat just for them. I mean, they are a part of our famil ..read more
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6 Ways to Prepare Your Pets for the Holidays
iCalmPet Blog | Calming Music for Dogs and Cats
by Sara Bradley
4M ago
Tis the season to start decking the halls and gathering with the family members that you haven’t seen in quite some time. While you may be able to pick right up where you left off with Aunt Debbie, the same may not be true for your pets. Changes in your routine can affect your pets more than you realize. Make sure to set aside time before all the hustle and bustle of the season takes over, and prep your pet for the upcoming holidays with these 6 Ways to Prepare your Pets for the Holidays: Brush up on Training and People Skills When your visitors come knocking you don’t want your dog barking ..read more
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5 Pet First-Aid Tips for Your Household
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by Sara Bradley
11M ago
.Since April is National Pet First Aid Awareness Month, we thought this would be a great opportunity to provide you with 5 Pet First-Aid Tips for Your Household: 1. Pet First-Aid Kit Just like having a first-aid kit for people, having a kit packed full of must haves for your pets wellness can really come in handy when in a pinch. To help you construct your vet own pet first-aid kit we have come up with a shopping list to help you gather all the items you may need for most scenarios: Large bright container  Hydrogen peroxide Antibiotic ointment Disposable gloves Adhesive tape Scissors ..read more
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5 Recipes to Help You Create Your Own Dog Treats at Home
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by Sara Bradley
1y ago
Are you a whiz in the kitchen and looking for some healthier treat options for your pet to try? Try your hand at creating some homemade treats not only made with clean ingredients you select, but also LOVE. Here are 5 recipes to help you create your own dog treats at home: 1. Yogurt and Banana Treats This delicious treat not only has simple ingredients, but is also easy to make. Healthy, grain-free and refreshing – the ideal treat for your pup during the hot summer months or any time of the year. Ingredients 16 ounces plain Greek yogurt 1 1/2 tablespoons natural unsweetened peanut butter (wi ..read more
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3 Ways to Make Exercising Fun with Your Pet
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by Sara Bradley
1y ago
If you are anything like me, you set New Year’s goals that may now already be on the back burner. Really, who can blame us though? What’s fun about going to the gym alone when you aren’t necessarily a workout guru? Nothing, that’s for sure! I have been racking my brain on ways to make this process less dreadful and have been coming up short. Finally it hit me… workout with your pets! When you have a house full of furry four-legged best friends like me, how can you ever be lonely. Brilliant right? Here are some fun ways you can bring your furbaby along for your fitness journey:   Yoga Ov ..read more
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5 Tips to Keep Your Pets Comfortable and Safe During Winter
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by Sara Bradley
1y ago
‘Tis the season to break out the puffy coats for not only yourself, but your furry family members as well! Some areas do not experience freezing temperatures, but for those that do it is important to do what you can to keep everyone warm, healthy and safe in the coming months. To keep little snoots from chapping, skin from flaking and paw pads from cracking, here are 5 tips on to keep your pets comfortable and safe during winter: 1. If it’s too cold for you, it’s likely too cold for them too! There isn’t any shame in staying indoors when temperatures are freezing and below. To ensure the sa ..read more
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How to Transition Your Cat into Their New Space. National Adopt a Cat Month
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by Sara Bradley
1y ago
Transitioning a newly adopted cat to your home or adjusting your feline friend to a new home after a move can be very stressful to not only your furry friend but also the family. To help during this time of transition we have put together a list of helpful tips to help you and your cat see your new space in a positive light. If you are looking for tips regarding transitioning a newly adopted cat to your home, skip to the next section of this guide titled “Traveling to the new space”. The first section of this guide will focus on prepping pets that are moving to a new home with their human co ..read more
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How to Weather the Storm (and summer fireworks) with iCalmPet Noise Phobia Albums
iCalmPet Blog | Calming Music for Dogs and Cats
by Sara Bradley
1y ago
Since 2008, thousands of veterinarians and dog trainers have recommended the slow and simplified classical compositions of Through a Dog’s Ear. The breakthrough research behind Through a Dog’s Ear shows that the canine nervous system is extremely sensitive to sound — and that special arrangements of classical music have a profound soothing impact on anxious dogs. This clinically tested canine music is formulated for your dog’s calm behavior, as well as your discerning ear.   Thunderstorm and Firework phobia is a very common condition among dogs all over the world. The terror that resul ..read more
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Together All the Time: At Home with Pets During Covid-19
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by Joshua Leeds
2y ago
On July 21st of this Covid year, we sent these questions to our iCalmPet email list.  We asked for feedback on our iCalm Gift Downloads Program, which we started as a response to Covid, and their experiences of it in quarantine. We were curious what it was like for people to be with their pets (and vice versa) all the time! How’s it felt to be in isolation with your animals? Has it brought you closer? Farther? What is most stressful? How do you and your pet relieve stress? Do you get on each other’s nerves? How do you deal with it? What is most comforting? Would you like to share anythin ..read more
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Support Animals and Air Travel – What’s Changing in 2021
iCalmPet Blog | Calming Music for Dogs and Cats
by Joshua Leeds
3y ago
Guest post from our friend Amy Adams at National Service Animal Registry Why are policies changing for emotional support animals on planes? Until recently, anyone who wanted to take their emotional support animal (ESA) on a plane didn’t have too much red tape to get through. The only requirement was that they present a letter from their mental healthcare provider, stating that the animal in question was necessary for emotional support. Unfortunately, this policy became commonly used as a loophole for pet owners who didn’t want to pay the $75+ onboard pet fee that a typical airline would char ..read more
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