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Love Your Cat With Loving Pet® Bowls And Place Mats: Product Reviews

When you love your pet you want to surround her with stuff you love.  If she could pick her own functional and decorative tableware, I'd bet she'd go for these pet food bowls and place mats.

 


Blind Man Reunited With Missing Service Dog Through Facebook

Just when you were starting to think that perhaps social media was getting more people in trouble than anything else comes a heartwarming story of a missing guide dog being reunited with his visually-impaired owner through the help of Facebook users.

Michael Vick’s ‘Vicktory Dogs’ are ‘The Champions’ In New Documentary

Nothing could ever right the wrongs perpetrated by NFL quarterback Michael Vick and his now infamous dog fighting matches of 2007 -- even though he was caught and pleaded guilty to animal cruelty charges. One has to only wonder why he wasn't brought to justice sooner as surely the name: ‘Bad Newz Kennels’ should have been a tip-off to the authorities.

Pet Fur All Over Your House? Try "Shed Be Gone"

We like to look into new products and their creators, and I've just learned that the inventor of Shed Be Gone, a new deshedding tool for dogs and cats, is a truck driver who had an idea for a tool to keep his dog's fur from getting all over his house and, no doubt, his clothes and his truck cab. Shed Be Gone recently hit the market and customers love it. Why not?  If used as directed, it promises to reduce shedding by 90 percent!

How To Tell If Your Dog Has A Cold

Is your dog showing abnormal symptoms, and you're wondering how to tell if he has a cold? Colds are very close to respiratory infections, and can be caused by various types of viruses and bacteria. Here are some signs of dog colds.


The Weekly Buzz! Elephants May Hold Cancer Cure, Raccoon Thinks She's A Dog, & More

It's been a busy and buzzy week for news relating to pets and wildlife.  You've got to see the Russian robo-cockroach, the raccoon who think she's a dog, and the lost chicken who was found drinking out of a London game store toilet.  Also find out why what researchers have learned about elephants may lead to a cure for cancer.  See the sweetheart of a kitty who saved her master from committing suicide. There's more, of course; check it out!

Golden Retriever Lifetime Study May Hold Answers To Canine Cancer

More than 70 million dogs live in the U.S.  According to the Morris Animal Foundation, half of those dogs beyond the age of 10 will die of cancer. The Morris Animal Foundation wants to change that.

5 Home Remedies For When Your Dog Has A Cold

When your dog has a cold, it's important to provide him with the proper care, and home remedies can help with that. If your dog does not have anything serious, and your vet says home care is the best way to go, here are some easy dog cold remedies tohelp get your dog feeling better.

The Weekly Buzz! Elephant Bash, Alligators On Helium, Cat On Your Head? & More...

A birthday bash for elephants, cats on your head, alligators on helium, and pet poisons, with pet advice from Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson... These stories and more are here for your curiousity at the Weekly Buzz!

Experts Declare Fleas, Ticks And Mosquitoes To Be Year-Round Threat

If you're like most pet owners, you probably assume the threat of fleas, ticks and mosquitoes is just a springtime or summer event, but according to experts the reality of that mindset couldn't be further from the truth. Apparently, the tiny blood-sucking parasites are a constant year-round threat that shouldn't be taken lightly.