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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.
New situations can make any cat go ballistic. A new pet in the house, especially a cat, new furniture, a new routine may unsettle a cat, who generally likes things 'the way they were.' One of the therapies recommended by some veterinarians for anxiety that arises in cats and dogs, is the introduction of pheromones.
There has been a significant increase in pet custody cases in the first decade or so of the century, and at least part of the reason, according to a spokesperson from the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, is that there are more same-sex marriages, civil unions and domestic partnerships. And don't forget, in many households, there are no kids; the pets are the kids.
A few weeks ago, Dog TV began airing on cable channels in the San Diego area. Soon, no doubt, it will be spreading to other areas of the country and the world. But there's a new video out that's not just for your dog, but the whole family to enjoy together.... although some of it may seem weird to humans, as it's done with 'dog technology.'
Americans spent 50 billion dollars on their pets in 2011, more than was anticipated by the American Pet Products Association (APPA). Where were the growth areas? Believe it or not...