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A collection of pet articles about your furry friends

Take a look at these tips from State Farm® to provide insight on pet insurance and how to live better with your furry friend.

Keeping pets and your home safe

Pet-Friendly Fixes for Inside and Out

Pet-Friendly Fixes for Inside and Out

Maintenance must-dos help keep your home and yard safe for your family's furriest members.

Pet Safety in Cars - Traveling With Cats or Dogs

Pet Safety in Cars - Traveling With Cats or Dogs

Is your pet free-ranging in the car? Better check local laws and crate or tether her up.

Pet Proof Your Home in a Snap

Pet Proof Your Home in a Snap

Before you head out for a game of fetch, try these tricks to create a safe environment for Rover, Fido, and every other pet member of your family.

Medical

Why Should You Consider Pet Medical Insurance

Why Should You Consider Pet Medical Insurance

Pets are integral members of the family. So, insure them like family. Purchase dog or cat medical insurance to protect your pet against the unexpected!

How Pet Medical Insurance Can Help You Budget

How Pet Medical Insurance Can Help You Budget

No pet owner wants the stress of a sick pet or unanticipated bills. Pet medical insurance can help you budget for those moments.

Other pet articles

Arson Dogs Help Sniff Out the Facts About Suspicious Fires

Arson Dogs Help Sniff Out the Facts About Suspicious Fires

Since 1993, State Farm's program has trained more than 350 accelerant detection canines and their handlers.

Arson Fire-Fighting Dogs at Work

Arson Fire-Fighting Dogs at Work

A shelter dog gets a second shot and puts her canine nose to work to fight crime.

When Your Dog Bites

When Your Dog Bites

Pet owners are responsible for their animals' actions, so know how to prevent dog bites.

It's Not the Breed, It's the Bite

It's Not the Breed, It's the Bite

Dog bites can impact children even after scars heal, so use caution around canines.

The information in this article was obtained from various sources not associated with State Farm®. While we believe it to be reliable and accurate, we do not warrant the accuracy or reliability of the information. These suggestions are not a complete list of every loss control measure. The information is not intended to replace manuals or instructions provided by the manufacturer or the advice of a qualified professional. Nor is it intended to effect coverage under our policy. State Farm makes no guarantees of results from use of this information.