Tag: dogs

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There three kinds of toys for pets. Action toys so that they can  play with you or with other pets.  Distraction toys  keep them busy when alone and comfort toys as a sense of security to snooze with.  

Pet Insurance: Yes…No…Maybe …

Pet Insurance: Yes…No…Maybe …

Americans love pets and are welcoming more four-pawed family members into their homes every year. According to Money Magazine, owning a dog can cost $42,000 over 10 years. Cat owners can spend up to $30,000 per decade. These numbers are being taken at face value from this source… One thing is certain, good nutrition and […]

PetSafe® Walk-Along™Outdoor Harness

PetSafe® Walk-Along™Outdoor Harness

There is no shortage of great dog harnesses on the market. However, this one really stands out because its has so many functional features built into a nice lightweight, design so that its not heavy for the canine wearer to have on for lengthy periods. The Walk-Along™ Outdoor Harness has a zippered pouch centered on […]

Seeing Eye Dog Tulsa Is Now Cancer-Free

Seeing Eye Dog Tulsa Is Now Cancer-Free

Thanks to the generosity and resources of more than 300 board certified veterinary ophthalmologists across the U.S., Canada, Spain and Puerto Rico, more than 8,000 Service and Working Animals, including, guide, hearing assistance, disability assistance, drug detection, police/military, search and rescue, and registered therapy animals, received free sight-saving eye exams in May. For one guide […]

Want To Get Away With Your Pooch?

Want To Get Away With Your Pooch?

Need to getaway – with your pooch of course! Here are some suggestions from  a beagle-shaped hotel in Idaho, to a hotel with its own on-demand therapy dog in San Francisco, the experts at TravelPirates have identified some of the best dog-friendly and dog-related hotels across the country. Dog Bark Park Inn (Cottonwood, ID) This bed and […]

How to Get Help If Your Pet Has Cancer Cancer Using Tricks to Introduce Your Pets to New People

How to Get Help If Your Pet Has Cancer Cancer

To kick off Pet Cancer Awareness Month in May, the Petco Foundation and Blue Buffalo Foundation announce a total of $13 million in contributions for pet cancer research and treatment since the annual campaign began in 2010.Now in its ninth year, the campaign focuses on helping families affected by pet cancer pay for treatment as well as funding critical, innovative research programs.The Pet Cancer Awareness […]

Pet-sitting on the Increase

Pet-sitting on the Increase

Pet Sitters International (PSI), the world’s leading educational association for professional pet sitters, has released its 2018 State of the Industry Survey, revealing that PSI’s member pet-sitting businesses performed more than 22 million pet-sitting assignments and generated more than $440 million in pet-sitting revenues last year. The association’s survey—conducted every two years—is the most comprehensive […]

America’s Sexiest Veterinarian Alive Talks Pet Nutrition

America’s Sexiest Veterinarian Alive Talks Pet Nutrition

As the weather cools off and gets even colder as winter approaches, its really important to ensure your dog gets the right nutrition to stay healthy. This time of year also heralds many holiday occasions around food, whether it’s Thanksgiving, Christmas or New Year parties; lots of opportunities for pets to snack on human foods – […]

Pet Night On Capital Hill

Pet Night On Capital Hill

The Human Animal Bond Research Institute (HABRI) and the Pet Leadership Council (PLC) brought the power of pets to Congress during a special occasion on Capitol Hill. At a packed event, Senators and Representatives heard from the pet care community that pets and pet-friendly policies are important for human health and quality of life. “Pet […]