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2020 in Review: Healthy Paws’ Top Favorites

12/21/2020 by Stacy Painter
December 21st, 2020 by Stacy Painter

2020 has definitely been a year of growth and new experiences as we all have been faced with the task of learning to be flexible and adapt to the unexpected. Though it has had its challenges, we are reflecting back on the positives of this year. We’ve analyzed our blog and social channels to reveal the most popular posts for 2020 as well as rising pet trends. Check them out!

Most Popular Blog Topics of 2020

We regularly add new content to our blog, whether it’s helpful pet care tips, pet health education, or trending topics. However, some of our blog articles from previous years continue to be the most-read topics. These are the top three blog posts that caught the most interest in 2020.

  1. Pepto Bismol For Dogs
  2. How to Make Vet-Approved Homemade Dog Food
  3. What Can I Feed My Dog When I’ve Run Out of Dog Food?

Favorite Healthy Paws Instagram Photos of 2020

Which of Healthy Paws’ Instagram photos were the most-liked? These three landed on top:

2020 Pet Trends

  • Can dogs get coronavirus: With an unprecedented pandemic sweeping the globe, pet parents took their concerns to their pets. One of the most popular dog-related topics searched for in 2020 was whether or not dogs could contract COVID-19.
  • Cats and COVID-19: Similarly (and as expected), pet parents also wondered if their beloved feline companions could be affected by the novel coronavirus, especially after news broke that a tiger was diagnosed with COVID-19.
  • Pet adoption and fostering: With so many folks shifting to working from home full time, many animal lovers realized they now have the flexibility to care for a dog or cat and took to opening their home to a foster animal, or adopting a pet as part of their family. The great news: “Animal shelter intake in March [2020] was down dramatically compared to last year, with 24% fewer cats and dogs entering shelters or rescues,” said Sara Kent, Chief Executive Officer at Shelter Animals Count.

Healthy Paws’ Top Facebook Posts

Here’s what you loved on our Facebook page in 2020.

1. The Healthy Paws Foundation’s donation for COVID-19 relief efforts

2. Nash the puppy’s bone marrow search

3. Neighbors’ names conversation

How do these compare to last year? See what Healthy Paws’ trends were in 2019!