Posts Tagged ‘pet care’

NY State Law Increases The Fines For Stealing A Pet

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A new law now increases the maximum fine for stealing, harming, or transporting someone’s pet without their consent from $200 to $1,000 in New York State. According to Lohud this is the first time in 44 years that fine has been raised. With the rising number of pet thefts being reported and the recognition that [...]

World Rabies Day – September 28th 2014

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On Sunday, September 28th, the world will raise awareness and help prevent the spread of rabies through various events being held worldwide by different organizations. Some will be educational lectures and presentations while others will be fundraisers and low cost or free rabies vaccines clinics set up in cities around the globe. The annual event [...]

FIght the Fleas! Tips on prevention

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It’s spring and this means that fleas are back. Although fleas can be a year round problem, the warmer months prove to be especially annoying. How to find out if your pet has fleas Black specks on your pet or in your dog’s bed may be “flea dirt” – the fecal matter from adult fleas. [...]

For the Love of Pets! We Spent $56 Billion On Them Last Year

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In an article at Time magazine, it was discovered that we spent about $56 billion on pet care and supplies last year. The figure was collected by the American Pet Products Association which has been tracking spending since the 1990s on pet care products. So, where does the money go? Well, most of it was [...]

Need To Talk? Your Dog Might Be Your Best Listener

We call our dogs our best friends, and it may very well be true! An article on Discovery.com cites a study that shows dog brain functions are similar to humans. It found that dogs listen for emotions underneath what someone communicates. Can you tell when someone is upset even if the sentences say, “I’m fine?” [...]

Moving in Together with Pets

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If you and your partner have moved in together or are planning to merge your households, first off, congrats! Secondly, if you have pets be aware that there is an adjustment period that your pets will go through. Aside from slightly new routines and things that they will sniff and get used to having around, [...]

Nicotine Poisoning And Pets

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Recently, an article in the Huffington Post told the story of a little puppy who got a hold of her owner’s e-cigarette and punctured the plastic part that housed the liquid nicotine. The puppy received a dose of nicotine that was lethal and she did not survive. It’s been known for quite some time that [...]

Pet Tips 101: Do Not Let Your Pet Near Marijuana

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Now that the laws regarding marijuana (pot) are becoming more relaxed in some states, the ASPCA and Pet Poison Hotline have noted there is a rise in emergencies regarding dogs who have ingested marijuana. The Pet Poison Helpline reported a 200% rise in cases of marijuana ingestion. So, what does marijuana do to pets? It [...]

Keep Your Pet Happy: 6 Tips

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It may seem our pets don’t need as much stimulation as us. They don’t need tv, movies, sports, or lots of social time to be happy. However, they do get bored like us and boredom can lead to destruction, whining, or depression. Aside from needing food, water, shelter, and love, our pets also need play [...]

Fleas: Protect Your Pet and Your Family

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Even though it’s not “flea season,” let’s not forget they out there that can invade our homes. Fleas are small, agile, dark colored insects that can jump almost 7 inches in the air and 12 inches in distance. This is nearly 200 times their body length and makes them one of the best jumpers in [...]

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