Speaking of Pets
The mayor of Talkeetna, Alaska, is celebrating fifteen years on the job, which is pretty much his whole life.
Unchain Your Dog
Keeping your dog on a chain might seem like the responsible thing to do, but it may be kinder and safer to find another way to restrain your best friend.
Hot Weather and Your Pet
As the mercury rises to unseasonably high temperatures, the heat can cause problems for our pets!
Training a cat? Okay, maybe your cat won't do parlor tricks, but it is possible to train your cat for some basic good behavior.
Cats Vs. Fleas
The battle between cats and fleas turns into a minor skirmish if you use the right product to help your pet fight those bothersome little parasites.
The Making of a Great Pet
In order to have a great pet, you have to invest in it, but you are almost guaranteed to get a great return!
Memorial Day Pets
There are lots of great things for pet owners to do this weekend, including the Dog Bowl in Frankenmuth, Michigan, but even in the midst of all the fun and games remember to keep your animal's safety in mind.
Keep It Clean, Keep It Healthy
Keeping your pet safe and healthy includes making sure you follow good practices for keeping eating and drinking utensils clean.
More Pet Food Recalls
Once again salmonella is in the headlines as tainted pet food is posing a threat to both animals and their owners.
Genesis Awards 2012
The 26th Annual Genesis Awards have been handed out, and you can watch to see who receives the honors for helping improve conditions for our animal friends.
Ready for a Disaster
It can be painful to remember the devastating images after last year's tornado, but it's important that we take steps to be prepared for future disasters, for our sake and for the sake of our pets.
Not everyone can have a dog or cat as a pet, but there are other choices that may fit better with your situation or lifestyle.
Easter Goodies May Not Be Good For Pets
Like small children, pets love to sneak a forbidden treat. If that treat is in an Easter basket, your best friend could end up with a tummy ache - or worse (much worse)!
The Easter Duck
Almost everyone finds the idea of holding a soft cuddly bunny or chick appealing, but taking one into your home as an Easter pet brings with it responsibility that lasts well beyond the holiday.
Losing a Pet
When we grieve the loss of a pet, we are grieving the loss of a special friend and companion that shared our life.
Spring Break Getaway
Heading out for Spring Break? If so, make plans for the care and well-being of your best friend while you're gone!
Million Pound Pledge
Overweight pets suffer from the same problems as a result of the extra pounds, just as we humans do. But if you take the pledge and get motivated, you could have a healthier pet - and probably a happier one, too.
World Spay Day 2012
With the mild winter comes an early spring. In the animal welfare world, that means more litters of pet animals and still not enough homes. World Spay Day reminds us to make sure our pets do not contribute to the continuing tragedy that is pet...
Winner at Westminster
It seems impossible to select one dog to be Best In Show from among 2,000 dogs of all shapes, sizes and colors, but the judges at the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show make it look easy - and of course, they have a system that has worked for more than...
Seizures in Pets, Part 2
Recognizing what's happening when your pet has a seizure is one thing, but at least as important is how you respond during and after the seizure.
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