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Happy 4th For Fido? New Doggy Med For Noise-Related AnxietyThe first prescription veterinary medicine for treating anxiety over loud noises — a widespread problem that can send dogs running away in terror and harm both themselves and property — will soon hit the market.
'Paw-ternity' Leave Could Soon Be Unleashed In The USIf companies aren’t too keen on offering paid “Me-ternity” leave to their workers who don't have children, maybe a fur baby would help employees get time off.
Delaware On The Brink Of Having An Official State DogDelaware has an official state flower and now, it could have an official state dog.
Today Is National Pet DayToday is National Pet Day, when we celebrate the unconditional love our pets give tot us.
Hotel Chain Among Companies Offering Employees Time Off To Grieve Death Of PetA luxury hotel chain among companies giving its employees time off to grieve the death of a pet.
Burglary Suspects Break Into Home And Pepper Spray DogTwo suspects recently broke into a home in Mar Vista, C.A., and peppered spray a 3-year-old dog named Snoop.
Philly's Le Cat Cafe Hopes To Unite Cats And Cat LoversPhiladelphia's first cat-cafe is educating patrons about rescued felines and the possibility of making them a part of their lives.
Experts: Recent Posts Warning Of Hawk Attacks On Pets ExaggeratedThere are recent online posts from various organizations warning of hawks out in force, threatening the safety of your cats and small dogs.
Vet Helps Pets Conceive With Artificial InseminationHe's one of the first veterinarians in the world to offer artificial insemination for dogs.
New Study Shows The Pros And Cons Of Sharing Your Bed With Your PetFor many pet owners sleeping with your pet is a nightly ritual. You’re all tucked in and with a quick leap, so is your pet, right there beside you.
Small Dogs And Cats May Be Able To Travel With Owners On AmtrakSmall dogs and cats may be allowed on trains with you if they meet the guidelines.
Valentine's Day Can Be Dangerous Day For PetsVeterinarians say dogs and cats who consume chocolate and flowers can end up in the emergency room.

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