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Some 25,000 wild animals live in captivity outside U.S. zoos, many horribly abused.
If you suspect your cat or dog has eaten one of these toxic plants, the ASPCA says to call your vet right away.
Danelle Ballengee opened the truck’s door, and Taz jumped out, wagging his tail. Today they were going to run a trail into Utah’s rugged back country. While she stretched, he nuzzled her legs and watched her intently — a sign … Read More
Cesar Millan, the Dog Whisperer, is a canine shrink with an uncanny ability to turn even the most aggressive pooch around. Millan tells how to bring out the Lassie in your Brutus:
Wake up and walk. Most dogs are wired to be active. When … Read More
We love our cats and dogs, but hate cleaning up after them. Don Aslett, author of the new Pet Clean-Up Made Easy, offers tips to make it simpler, with goods available at many pet stores:
1. Act fast, before the smell and stain set in. … Read More
Thunder rumbles, and your pooch cowers under the kitchen table. How can you help? Pets take their cues from us, says Kathy Diamond Davis, author of Therapy Dogs, who offers these tips:
Keep him safe. Fear of storms may stem from … Read More
You slather your kids with insect repellent before they go outside, but what about your pets? Dogs and cats can also get bug-borne diseases like Lyme and West Nile.
“For fleas and ticks, Advantage, Frontline and Revolution are the safest… Read More
These lifesaving pets will amaze and inspire you!
Your pet’s bad breath may be more than just an annoyance, warns Alexander Reiter, DVM, of the American Veterinary Dental College. “Ninety-five percent of the time, a dog’s or cat’s bad breath is due to periodontal disease.” The condition … Read More
Before you deck your halls, think of your pet — many festive touches can be dangerous. “Our cat ate baby Jesus and the sheep around the Nativity,” says veterinarian Allan Paul of the University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine. … Read More
From festive Santa bandanas to red and green collars — stylish accessories to get your pooch in vogue for the holidays.
Whether they help us through an emotionally difficult time or physically rescue us, pets can be not only our best friends, but lifesavers, too.
If your pet has an amazing story, email it, along with a photo of you and your pet, to … Read More
When you realize your pet is missing, act fast. That ups your chances of bringing her home, says Kat Albrecht, author of The Lost Pet Chronicles.
Make it easy. Someone who finds your pup can locate you if the pet has an ID tag. Consider… Read More
If your dog starts packing on the pounds, you take him for walks to get him moving. With cats, it’s more difficult. Today’s felines lead an inactive lifestyle, says veterinarian James Richards, director of the Feline Health Center at … Read More
Yes, says Rick Marrinson, a Longwood, Florida, veterinarian and content advisor for AAA’s Traveling With Your Pet. “If you don’t let your kids loose in a car, your pets shouldn’t be either.”
Since you can’t exactly strap a poodle into a … Read More