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So if you are looking for creative ideas and helpful information that will inspire you to take better care of your pets,  please join us here at PetsLady.com.

Here are some recent articles:

Posted August 11, 2016 by Creature Features

If your pet is a bit too spirited, the D+ Kirishima spa in southern Japan offers a Pet Dog Exorcism Plan that'll make your pup's head spin.

Posted July 28, 2016 by Rebecca West

Birds require a completely different care regimen than other pets. Find out what you should be doing to ensure that your pet birds are leading the happiest and healthiest lives they can live while in captivity right here.

Posted July 28, 2016 by Rebecca West

Teaching children early in life about how to care for pets and animal safety is important for both humans and animals. Now, Bayer Animal Health and Clifford the Big Red Dog are showing kids how it's done.

Posted July 15, 2016 by M Dee Dubroff

Are you planning a road trip with your pets? If so, are
you prepared to do all you can to insure their comfort and protect them? Read
on for some helpful tips, innovative hacks and available products to aid you in providing a safe journey
for both you and your beloved animals.

Posted July 15, 2016 by Rebecca West

When is it not alright for your cat to drool? Would you know the difference between normal levels and those that are elevated? Have you ever even seen your cat drool? Check out what's deemed normal or acceptable and what's not when it comes to drooling in cats right here.

Posted July 8, 2016 by Rebecca West

Sadly, each year hundreds of pets end up in the pound between July 4-5 as a result of being spooked by fireworks, leaving the 5th the busiest day for animal shelters across America. Read about some of the things you can do to alleviate that burden and keep your pets safe in the process, then spread the word!

Posted July 6, 2016 by M Dee Dubroff

This is the story of a German Shepherd named Rico, who served more than 240 missions and the  family who loved hm.

Posted July 6, 2016 by Ron Callari

While lawmakers, right wingers and isolationists might all be applauding
their decision to leave the European Union, it’s possible that
traveling to and from the EU with their pets may grow cumbersome in the
very foreseeable future. Among all the macro-level economic theories
pertaining to the effects of Britain’s decision to vacate the European
premises, from a micro-level perspective, Brexit will be felt in smaller ways that may not work out all that well for pets and their pet owners.