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Posted October 31, 2017 by Ron Callari

While the thought of “no kill” shelters brings a smile to animal advocates, many are cognizant there's a significant grey area that exists regarding euthanasia. In an ideal world, we’d like to believe there would be no need for animal shelters — that strays, abused and unwanted pets didn’t exist. Unfortunately that is not the case.

Posted October 26, 2017 by Rebecca West

It's been suggested that people that have an affinity for pets also have a greater concern for the environment than non-pet lovers. Why? Evolution and genetic makeup. Thank your ancestors.

Posted October 20, 2017 by Lady Bee

Yes, it looks Halloween-ish... but I guarantee your cat won't know the difference at Christmas. She'll still be enjoying this super-stimulating Petstages Tower of Tracks.

Posted October 19, 2017 by Myra Per-Lee

Read why Scott Poore is bringing bath mats to shelters in Kansas City....

Posted October 16, 2017 by Lady Bee

The slick Hoki Found Silicone Pet Food Mat will make pet clean-up chores much easier for you.

Posted October 16, 2017 by Rebecca West

An alternative to surgery for cataracts in dogs and cats is winning huge praise from consumers who have tried it on their pets. Find out what it is right here.

Posted October 14, 2017 by Ron Callari

It’s sad listening to the humanitarian aid being needed by the citizens of Puerto Rico. It’s equally as sad when to learn about the cats and dogs abandoned after the devastation of Hurricane Maria.

Posted October 13, 2017 by Lady Bee

When your pet sees a carrier it strikes fear in his little heart. It usually means a trip to the vet. But what if your carrier is your pet's bed?