It’s the last weekend of January, Groundhog Day and Super Bowl weekend too! In addition to game day fun there is plenty to do to get you and your little ones out of the house and enjoying all there is to do in and around Philly this weekend.
Looking to add a new pet to the family? This is the weekend to do it.
According to the Association for Pet Obesity Prevention, in 2013 an estimated 52 percent, or 43.8 million U.S. dogs, were estimated to be overweight or obese.
A new city ordinance can fine owners up to $500 if their dog is outside during weather that’s 20 degrees or colder.
Petco said Monday it has removed all remaining Chinese-made dog and cat treats from its website and stores nationwide because of concerns they have sickened thousands of pets and killed 1,000 dogs in the U.S. since 2007.
The PSPCA also says some of the dogs were living with untreated medical conditions.
Last month, the three puppies were removed from a warehouse filled with booby-traps on the 1800 block of W. Sedgley Avenue in North Philadelphia.
The Delaware County SPCA says a dog who was found extremely malnourished in the backyard of a Chester home is now available for adoption.
The Humane Society offers bits of advice on what you should do if you see a pet left out in the cold.
The New Jersey Department of Health and Human services has notified the Camden County Health Department that a raccoon removed from Cherry Hill tested positive for rabies.
The PSPCA – along with ACCT Philly, Morris Animal Refuge, PAWS, Operation Ava and the Women’s Humane Society – is hosting a three-day “Mega Match-a-Thon.”
An art gallery gala Friday night has gone to the dogs, and the cats and the birds.
In fact, your dog has something to tell you: Less talking, more petting.
The affected bags were sold in Dollar General stores in four states and, while the small metal fragments are not embedded in the food itself, it may present a risk of injury if consumed.
Not a happy hour here at the Loew’s Hotel, but a “Yappy Hour” benefiting Street Tails Animal Rescue from Philadelphia and All 4 Paws Rescue out of Chester County.