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If you take a look around your space, you will likely find household items dangerous for dogs & things toxic to cats. Help protect your pet with these tips.
Learn about pet safe house plants for your cat or dog including the poisonous house plants you should avoid.
Learn about some pet winter safety tips to consider for your cat or dog during the colder months.
If you have a dog in your life, you may be wondering what kind of leash/collar/harness is right for your furry friend. Learn more about the variety of options.
Learn about separation anxiety in dogs and how you can help your furry family member.
Thunderstorms can be a stressful time for your pets. Learn about ways to calm a dog or cat during a storm to help prepare your pet for the unexpected.
If you’re considering bringing home a new pet, you will want to consider these factors before adopting.
During the coronavirus pandemic we’re home more with our dogs. Our dogs enjoy our company but may need quiet time of their own. See our tips.
A few changes around your house and while you’re driving can give your pets the protection they need to stay well and happy for years to come.
Learn how to drive safely with your pet or dog. No matter where you're headed, it's important to think about everyone who'll be traveling with you, especially children and pets.
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.
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!
No pet owner wants the stress of a sick pet or unanticipated bills. Pet medical insurance can help you budget for those moments.
Cat health insurance allows you to take care of the health needs of your cat throughout its lifetime.
Dog health insurance allows you to take care of the health needs of your dog throughout its lifetime.
You don’t want to limit your pet’s medical treatment because you’ve reached your financial cap. Discover the benefits of having pet health insurance.
Your furry friends may be prone to certain medical conditions just based on their breed so check this out to get more info.
Arson dogs are trained to sniff out arson after a fire. Read how the State Farm Arson Dog program helps arson investigators.
State Farm Arson Dog program has provided funding for the acquisition and training of more than 400 teams.
Pet owners are responsible for their animals' actions, so know how to prevent dog bites.
Each year, thousands of people are bitten. Talk to your insurance agent about what is covered under your policy.
As a pet parent you can be prepared with your pet's care if COVID-19 should appear in your home.
Dogs are more than just man’s best friend. Some dogs have specialized jobs in the workforce.
Learn how to make a budget for your pet. Budgeting for typical pet care expenses can help you cover pet care costs without sacrificing your financial goals.
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.