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Becoming a dog or cat foster parent

Becoming a dog or cat foster parent

Animal Foster parents are changing the world one homeless animal at a time. For the last four years, Lobo, a five-year-old Australian Shepherd, and Chrissy,...
What to do if you're allergic to your pets

What to do if you’re allergic to your pets

According to one study from the University of British Columbia, nearly 80% of people who are allergic to pets refuse to give up their...
Disc dog -- a high-flying event

Disc dog — a high-flying event

Does your dog enjoy playing frisbee? He might be a good candidate for disc dog — a new canine sport that's really taken off. When...
Spending the holiday season with pets

Spending the holiday season with pets

Follow these helpful tips to ensure a happy, healthy holiday season…for you and your animal companions! The holiday season has arrived! It’s exciting, it’s busy...
Mind-body connection in animals

Mind-body connection in animals

If you've ever witnessed the decline of a pet shortly after the loss of another, you've seen the mind-body connection in action. Here's a...
Motion sickness in pets

Motion sickness in pets

If the prospect of a car ride sets your four-legged companion to drooling or incessantly meowing or barking, he might suffer from motion sickness. Unfortunately,...
Antifreeze poisoning in animals

Antifreeze poisoning in animals

The dangers of antifreeze can't be overstated. Here's everything you need to know about this product — including how to keep your animal companions...
A last chance for cats and dogs

A last chance for cats and dogs

For nearly 30 years, Last Chance for Animals has been rescuing dogs, cats and other critters from dire straits, while going the extra mile...
The latest on H1N1 in dogs

The latest on H1N1 in dogs

The flu virus that swept the world in 2009, afflicting animals as well as humans, has the potential to combine with other bugs to...
Solving dog aggression with communication

Solving dog aggression with communication

Animal communication can help resolve many issues, but can it do anything for serious problems like aggression? The answer is yes. Shayne is a five-year-old...
8 steps to clean teeth and fresh breath in dogs

8 steps to clean teeth and fresh breath in dogs

A healthy mouth equals a healthy dog. Follow these eight steps for clean teeth, strong gums and fresh breath. Periodontal disease is any inflammation or...
Ayurveda for animals

Ayurveda for animals

Ayurveda is an ancient holistic healing system that was developed in India — and can be applied to companion animals as well as humans. It’s...
Protecting your dog from Lyme Disease

Lyme disease in dogs

Lyme disease gets its name from a small town in Connecticut where it was first recognized in 1989, although studies have indicated that it...
The rewards of animal communication

The rewards of animal communication

Have you heard of animal communication? This incredible practice is the transfer of information from one group of animals to another -- and it's...
What you need to know about antibiotics for animals

What you need to know about antibiotics for animals

Despite our best intentions to prevent illness using natural remedies, dogs and cats can still get sick. Here's what you need to know about...
Going green with your dog

Going green with your dog

We can’t be perfect when it comes to going green, but there’s lots we can do to make a difference thanks to all the...

Herbs for your pet’s urinary tract health

Many cases of urinary tract infection, stones, or kidney failure can be attributed to chemical, microbial or immune system imbalances associated with deficiencies or...
Understanding your animal's veterinary tests

Understanding your animal’s veterinary tests

Are you confused by your animal's lab results? Here's a helpful guide to some of the most common blood tests your veterinarian might perform. Most...
Rabies

The Rabies Challenge Fund For Dogs

Morgan is doing all she can to protect her two dogs from over-vaccination. “I have a vet who does titer testing instead of giving...