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Articles by Jamie Damato Migdal, CPDT-KA/CEO of FetchFind

The one pet blogging resource to rule them all

      I read Pet Blogging for Love and Money over the weekend, and when I finished I thought “where has this book been all my life?!”
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Tags: Business basics, Creating a website, Pet bloggers, Pet influencers, Pet business resources

Top tips for getting through construction season

If you live in the city, you can practically set your watch by the onset of construction noise in the morning. Loud, inconvenient, and seemingly without end, ...
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Tags: Noise Phobia in Dogs, Pet Wellness, construction season

Why do dogs lift their legs?

  The image is a cartoon and comedy favorite all around the world – if there’s a fire hydrant, there's sure to be a dog lifting his leg on it.  But why do fire ...
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Tags: Canine Behavior

Pet safety: common yard hazards

Ah, spring - finally!! We're all looking forward to spending more time outdoors, but before you start putting out your lawn chairs and soaking up some rays ...
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Tags: Pet Poison Control Hotline, Pet Poisons, Pet Safety, yard dangers, Pet First Aid

National Dog Bite Prevention Week

Next week (April 7-13) is National Dog Bite Prevention Week, and as we start heading outdoors to enjoy the better weather the potential for strange dogs and ...
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Tags: National Dog Bite Prevention Week

Spring is here - get out and volunteer!

I find it a lot easier to contemplate new projects when the weather starts warming up. Maybe it’s the longer days. Maybe it’s the rising sap. Whatever it is, ...
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Tags: Volunteering, Shelters and Rescues

How to maximize your trade show ROI

In last week's post, we covered how to get the most value out of your attendance a big pet industry trade show. This week, we’re going to go over how you can ...
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Tags: Trade Shows, Global Pet Expo, Pet industry tradeshows

It's the most wonderful time of the year

The annual migration to Orlando for Global Pet Expo will be happening in a couple of weeks, and I'm getting pretty excited about that. It's a fantastic place ...
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Tags: Trade Shows, Global Pet Expo, Pet industry tradeshows

Celebrate Professional Pet Sitters Week!

Attention Chicago pet care professionals! We hope you'll join us on March 5 for the NAPPS regional celebration for Professional Pet Sitters Week.
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Tags: NAPPS

Help! My dog has separation anxiety

Separation anxiety can be a very distressing problem for both dogs and their humans. The good news is that there are some simple steps you can take to ...
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Tags: Separation Anxiety, Dog Training

Let there be light

One of the many wonderful side effects of being a dog trainer is that you become very adept at reading people.
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Tags: Pet Business, Entrepreneurs, Coworking space

First, be kind to yourself

Last week was a rough one for pets. Between a devastating kennel fire in one of the Chicago suburbs and furloughed government workers having to line up for ...
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Tags: Compassion fatigue, Pet Care Professionals

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