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Here are some recent articles:

Posted April 12, 2012 by John P. Barker

It can be difficult to trim your pet's nails.  Can PediPaws Pet Nail Trimmer make this task easier?

Posted April 11, 2012 by Lady Bee

How do you protect your floors from your puppy's or dog's muddy paws?  Here's an idea for that: the Paw Plunger.  Though it's name is kind of corny, it is descriptive of what the gadget does, and the product has been reviewed highly by customers.

Posted April 10, 2012 by John P. Barker

Can your little furry buddy benefit from Doggy Steps?  Sure!  But humans need to be a bit careful around this tiny piece of pet furniture...

Posted April 9, 2012 by John P. Barker

Have some lake-sized pee stains on your carpet?  Maybe Urine Gone is the solution...

Posted April 3, 2012 by William Bortz

There's no question that cockatiels are beautiful animals, but there's one more thing that will leave you in awe.

Are you tired of talking to your pet cat without it giving you a response? Friends and family giving you funny looks when you carry on a twenty minute conversation with your dog? Well I think I have found the pet for you! These beautiful birds, with the right training - can learn cute sayings, sing elegant songs, and even make cat calls at your friends! You'll definitely be the life of the party with a your new pet cockatiel.

Posted March 24, 2012 by Myra Per-Lee

The Marine Corps base at Miramar in San Diego, CA has an innovative
program for inmates of its brig. Those prisoners who qualify for the
program get to train service dogs that later give their service to
'fellow' Marines wounded in combat.  It's a win-win situation.

Posted March 17, 2012 by Lady Bee

The same lab that invented InCaSe, the blood test to screen for cancer in dogs, has a new test to determine gastrointestinal cancer in cats.  Unlike InCaSe, VDI-TK
is not a screening test and it cannot detect all cancers; what it can
do is quickly differentiate between inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) and
intestinal lymphomas, both relatively common diseases in cats.

Posted March 16, 2012 by Lady Bee

You know how important early detection is, especially when it comes to
cancer. And not only do more dogs die from the effects of cancer than
any other disease, but statistics show that the incidence of canine
cancer has sharply increased. Fortunately, a southern California
technology company, Veterinary Diagnotics Institute (VDI) has created a
test to let you know with 99 percent accuracy whether your dog has
cancer or not.