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4 Amazing Facts About Your Dog’s Nose

Your dog’s nose is an amazing tool that can sniff out even your quietest snack from three rooms away. But their sense of smell stretches far beyond just the ability to sniff out your favorite meals and snacks. The way dogs use their nose is nearly the same way we use our eyes. While they […]

Can Pets Get Corona Virus: A Look into CoVid19 and Our Pets

The CoVid19 has completely changed the way of the world we once knew. However, for our pets, it seem as if it’s the best thing to ever happen! When was the last time any of us spent this much time at home? While our pets may be living their best lives, many pet owners (the […]

Keeping Your Dog Occupied at Home During Quarantine

At this point, the majority of us have begun to feel the side effects of being stuck inside our homes during the quarantine. Whether it be boredom, fatigue, or just an overall lack of energy, at least we can understand what’s going on around us. Our furry four-legged friends, on the other hand, do not. […]

Your Easy Guide to Fear Free

In a perfect world, our pets would be able to come with us everywhere! Unfortunately, we don’t live in a perfect world. But we can still dream, right? When you have to leave your pets at a pet resort, boarding facility or even with your trusted vet, your pet may experience fear and anxiety. Wouldn’t […]

Sharing the Love: Meadowlake Pet Resort & Training Center Shares Why They Love Kinn Kleanbowl

Meadowlake Pet Resort & Training Center are more than just Kinn Kleanbowl users. Over the years, they’ve become some of our close friends. We love being able to utilize their skills and knowledge to help us improve upon Kinn’s mission and develop new products. We sat down with some of the staff members and asked […]

Keeping Your Pets Safe This Winter

You’ve heard the phrase, “if you’re cold, they’re cold.” But symptoms of hypothermia and frostbite can happen a lot faster than you may think. Even just a few minutes outside without proper protection can put your pet at risk for frostbite or hypothermia. This winter keep your pets safe by knowing the signs and symptoms […]

Painkiller vs Vitamin Products

Have you heard of a painkiller product vs a vitamin product? The idea was first established by a venture capitalist in the Bay Area named Kevin Fong. While on the surface his idea seemed like just a cute way to classify products, this classification system has a much deeper meaning. If you’re not familiar with […]

3 Fun Ways to Exercise Your Pet During the Winter

Winter can be a difficult time for you and your pets. Not only does it get colder, the sun sets earlier, but there are very few days where the good weather and your schedule line up. Can you say cabin fever? You’re not the only one suffering from boredom right now. Your dog is bored […]

5 Gifts To Get For the Pet Lover in Your Life

The season of gifting is here and if you’re struggling to find the perfect gift, you’re not alone. Finding the perfect gift for your friends, family, favorite coworkers, and even your pet sitters or favorite pet boarding staff is never as easy as it should be. That’s why we’ve created a quick gift guide for […]

3 Tips for Making Your Pet’s Staycation Easy

You’re packed, your sitter is set, and you’re excited to head out to see family and friends for the holidays. As much as you wish you could take your pet, you can’t. However, pet sitters are a wonderful option that help pets maintain a sense of comfort and routine in either their own space or […]

Guest Interview: Canine Influenza with David Pearsall

Recently, the Kinn Inc. team had the pleasure of chatting with David Pearsall. David’s passion for educating and insuring doggy day care and boarding centers is derived from a place of care and compassion. What David’s knowledge and services offer can save facilities tens of thousands of dollars in the event of an illness outbreak. […]

How to Safely Celebrate Thanksgiving with Your Pets

When you celebrate Thanksgiving, you want to celebrate with ALL of your family members. Even the furry ones. But what might taste good for you, can actually be harmful to your pets. This Thanksgiving we’re making sure you’re celebrating the holiday in a way that’s safe for you and your pets.   Inform Guests of Rules […]