The dog days of summer are still a few weeks away, but one Philly restaurant has gotten a kick start.
According to Trupanion, a medical insurance provider, Philly residents prefer pups that are much larger than the national average.
Those dogs were surrendered and are now in the care of the PSPCA.
The recent tornadoes in the southern part of the country have left a lot of people homeless. They’ve also, however, left many animals with no place to go.
People often buy more expensive pet food because they don’t understand what the label really means. But the name of the food itself is more telling than you realize.
Amtrak officials are getting ready to launch a six-month experiment to see whether pets should be allowed aboard the passenger trains.
FitBark is a new fitness tracker for portly pups and their concerned owners.
Whether pit bull, Akita, poodle or Yorkie, it turns out breed is not a good predictor of aggression in dogs.
By Jim Donovan: Being the “uncle” of a 16-year old dog named Bailey (see photo), this caught my eye and I wanted to be sure to share it with you. (By the way, you can […]
Should you get pet insurance? Here’s are some considerations and questions you should ask in advance.
While students are still not permitted to bring their own dogs (with the exception of service animals), many are probably looking forward to seeing some furry and friendly — albeit slobbery — faces around campus.
On Monday February 24th, New Leash on Life will announce a new program entitled, “Saving & Reclaiming Lives.”
She may have waited a long time for a home, but a blind dog from the PSPCA found a good one.
Pro-Pet LLC is voluntarily recalling the products, which tested positive for salmonella.
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