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Here are some recent articles:

Posted May 7, 2018 by Ron Callari

Pets and animals are most at risk when left behind or separated from pet owners and animal advocates.

Posted May 4, 2018 by Lady Bee

Last year, 2017, was the hottest year on record in the U.S. as well as elsewhere in the world. It's time to prepare your pets for this year's expected hot weather!

Posted May 2, 2018 by Lady Bee

BedHug is a blanket that hugs your pet's bed. It's great for dogs and cats that love to burrow!

Posted April 30, 2018 by Lady Bee

It's hard to believe that a toy that doesn't fly or roll, is not chewable, squeakable, or edible, would interest a dog, but its odor must me soooo appealing....

Posted April 25, 2018 by Lady Bug

Dog potties might be good options for all pet owners, but especially those who work long hours, have unpredictable schedules, or live somewhere too hot, too cold, or too wet. If one of these descriptions fits you, you may want to try one of these five well reviewed indoor potties for your dog.

Posted April 23, 2018 by Lady Bee

Does your pet get anxious occasionally (like during fireworks)?  Every so often (like when going to the groomer)? Or very often (like when you leave for work daily)?

Posted April 22, 2018 by Lady Bee

If your dog needs a cozy, supportive bed, buy the large size so you can fit in it too!

Posted April 22, 2018 by Ron Callari

There’s daily news about our military suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). as the result of wars persisting in the Middle East and the number of tours of duty soldiers sign up for. But what about our military service dogs who support and protect these soldiers?