• 25 FEB 23
    3 Steps to Help Pets Achieve and Maintain a Healthy Weight

    3 Steps to Help Pets Achieve and Maintain a Healthy Weight

    (Family Features) Pet parents often show love for their pets with food. However, that extra “love” can lead to weight gain, which can increase the risk of developing other medical conditions. More than 50% of pets are overweight, but 90% of pet parents with an overweight pet don’t realize it, according to research from Hill’s

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    • 12 FEB 23
    Flying With A Service Dog? Here’s A Guide

    Flying With A Service Dog? Here’s A Guide

    Salon Prive Magazine People with disabilities who have assistance animals should certainly have equal opportunities with other people. Travelling with a service animal may seem like a daunting challenge at first, but it’s a lot easier once you get the hang of it. So if you’ve ever thought about air travel with your four-legged helper

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    • 08 FEB 23
    Here’s how much pet owners spend during the first months of pet parenthood

    Here’s how much pet owners spend during the first months of pet parenthood

    Allied Analytics LLP New pet parents should be prepared to spend more than $500 in upfront costs when bringing home a new four-legged family member – and that’s just the start of the cost of pet parenthood. A new survey of 2,000 pet owners revealed that respondents spent an average of $553 on things like

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    • 02 FEB 23
    People are abandoning pets at airports

    People are abandoning pets at airports

    Animals left at airports speaks to the complications of travelling with a pet Andrea Sachs | The Free Press In the past few weeks, three dogs and a tortoise arrived with their travel companions at various airports across the United States. By all appearances, the pets were going to fly off with their humans. But

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    • 20 FEB 23
    Pet grooming boomed in Toronto during COVID: People ‘more into their dogs.’

    Pet grooming boomed in Toronto during COVID: People ‘more into their dogs.’

    Two Toronto deluxe animal spa owners say COVID meant business went up between 20-30% as people no longer viewed their pets as property but rather family Jane Stevenson | Toronto Sun The dog days are CLEARLY over. Since the pandemic started, people stuck at home started adopting more pets and as they spent more time

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    • 16 FEB 23
    White dog spotted living with coyote pack gets human help after injury

    White dog spotted living with coyote pack gets human help after injury

    Copyright Adobe Kathleen St. John | Acadiana’s News Channel What a story! A mysterious dog discovered roaming with a coyote pack in Nevada is on his way to a forever family — a family of humans, that is. Coyotes are a common sight in the desert, but, starting last July, folks in the city of Henderson

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