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Pets for Life program reaches 100,000th free spay and neuter procedure

The Humane Society of the United States Pets for Life program reached a huge milestone last week, logging their 100,000th free spay/neuter procedure. Since 2010,...

Should we be de-sexing our dogs?

In North America, spaying and neutering are generally regarded as a necessary and responsible approach to controlling populations of stray and homeless dogs. But...

Delay the spay

February is Spay/Neuter Awareness Month – the perfect time to revisit the latest research on these common procedures! According to veterinarian Dr. Karen Shaw...

5 tips to prevent canine cancer

May is Pet Cancer Awareness Month, and that means it’s time to spread the word about this dreaded and increasingly common disease. Cancer has become...

Is Spaying And Neutering Good For Dogs?

Recent studies indicate that spaying and neutering can negatively impact canine health. Here’s a look at the latest research -- and the alternatives to...

Mobile pet services

From veterinarians to groomers to massage therapists, animal care professionals offer mobile pet services to cater to the needs of their four-footed clients and...

Research about spay and neuter for dogs

The latest research suggests that spay and neuter procedures are often done too early in life, and may cause health issues later on. Most people...

Reducing the cost of veterinary care

Many people unable to afford veterinary care are forced to give up their companions. Here is one organization that can help. Lulu is a boxer...

Potcakes Of The Caribbean

Potcakes, a unique Caribbean dog, are finding loving new homes throughout the US and Canada, thanks to a dedicated rescue network. While on a flight to the...