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Posted September 20, 2016 by Ron Callari

The growing population of homeless existing in the United States is an issue of grave concern. In urban areas likes New York City, there are temporary emergency centers and soup kitchens that can provide these disenfranchised folks with food and a roof over their head.

But humans aren’t the only ones suffering from homelessness?

Posted September 12, 2016 by Rebecca West

As cute and cuddly as they are, guinea pigs aren't just a pretty face. Find out just how smart these teachable pets can be.

Posted September 11, 2016 by Lady Bee

Looking for the best pet locator or tracker for your dog or cat? There is no one tracker that is better than the rest in pet tracking systems but some are clearly better than others. Of the many systems available, here are the top 5 pet tracking systems that we recommend.

Posted September 9, 2016 by Rebecca West

A dog forced to live in a barn stall for six years has finally been rescued and received a long-overdue haircut, losing 35 lbs. of hair in the process. See how he looks now.

Posted September 9, 2016 by Ron Callari

There’s been a lot written about zoos and other captivity-oriented facilities in the U.S. over recent years. This past June, shockwaves were heard far and wide when Harambe, the Cincinnati Zoo’s 450-pound gorilla was shot and killed after a 3-year old boy fell into his habitat enclosure. Elsewhere, Sea World will no longer breed orca whales due to human deaths resulting at their water parks, while the National Aquarium decided to retire its dolphins to a seaside sanctuary.

Posted August 30, 2016 by Ron Callari

Ever since Freud deconstructed the human psyche into three discernible parts, namely our id, ego and superego — folks have been flocking to psychiatrist’s couches for almost 100 years now to learn more about what makes them tick. But what about our pets? What about those furry four-legged and feathered winged friends-of-the-family that not only have to put up with their master’s neuroses, but might just have a few ‘ticks’ of their own (literally and figuratively.)

Posted August 27, 2016 by Rebecca West

Looking for a great way to cool your pets off and provide a little healthy nutrition while you're at it? Check out these recipes filled with super foods for dog pops and other frozen treats.

Posted August 25, 2016 by Rebecca West

Each year countless dogs die needlessly in overheated vehicles. Find out what one startup is doing about it with an innovative new product that measures temps to keep your pet safe.