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Almost all high school students flip eagerly through their yearbooks to find their photos, but for Coalville, Utah’s Hailee Blonquist, this year’s class lineup revealed a delightful surprise: The “student” pictured next to her was her golden retriever, Katie, a service dog that has come to school with her every day for the past two
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Home: Some pets never have one to call their own. We’d like to help change that by introducing you to an adoptable pet every week. Today, meet Oliver, a 3-year-old boxer mix available at the Providence Animal Rescue League in Rhode Island. Oliver arrived at the shelter very skinny but as he now gains weight
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Some cats crave companionship, even if they’re feral. By: Beverly Goodwin A fluffy gray cat and a snowshoe Siamese take turns grooming and play-wrestling with each other. Later, the fluffy gray cat will check on another female’s kittens. A red tabby and a black cat curl up together because it’s a tad chilly. Each cat
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Check out these cute videos of cute baby animals in this cute baby animal videos compilation. Contains cute baby kitten, cute baby puppy, baby koala, baby chinchilla, baby ducklings, baby owl and baby parrots. Carefree by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1400037 Artist: http://incompetech.com/
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1. Key Characteristics AKC Group: Herding Height: 22 inches for females; 23.5 inches for males Weight: 57–71 pounds for females; 70–84 pounds for males Life Expectancy: Around 15 years The bergamasco is a fit, athletic, medium-sized sheepdog with a social personality, powerful build and unique coat, the colors of which include gray, silver and coal. 2. Where They Came From The breed’s origin
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Serious side eye — it could be headed your way this Hug Your Cat Day. Let’s face it, some cats don’t like to be hugged but on this annual holiday, which is celebrated on June 4, many of them tolerate it for the sake of our Instagram feeds — and how thankful we are that
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It’s true that steroids may cause side effects such as increased thirst and appetite. By: Eric Chan It’s that time of year when itchiness is on the rise. This misery means dogs chew themselves raw because of irritating summer allergies. Increasingly, I find clients don’t want steroids prescribed for their pets; they’ve heard about the side
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Memorial Day Weekend was our first taste of one of the Summer’s most glorious gifts: pool season. It’s refreshing, relaxing and exhilarating all at once. It’s almost like a state of mind. Pets eagerly await the moment the pool cover comes off, too. It means more time outside, delicious dunks and more fun people coming
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Politicians. Dramatic actors. Broadcast journalists. Musicians. Entrepreneurs. None of the above are known for having an especially great sense of humor. Fortunately, Mother Nature — and the Internet — have other ideas. Is there anything funnier (or sillier) than a famous person embracing his or her animal lookalike? We think not. Check out some of
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Leave a comment below and tell us: Why is your pet your bestie? By: Woottigon Angworakul It’s June already! That means cookouts, lazy summer days and spending time with friends — including the 4-legged ones. June 8 is Best Friends Day, and here at Petful we’d like to celebrate our BFFs: our pets. Our pets
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It’s officially summertime! Which means you can fire up the grill and spread out the gingham tablecloth, because the start of summer also means the beginning of BBQ season. Along with whether to get spicy brown mustard, yellow mustard, or both, pet owners throwing outdoor parties need to keep their animals in mind. Of course,
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It’s amazing the commotion one tiny kitten can cause. According to News 12, who reported this story out of Westchester County, New York, residents in the Edgemont section grew concerned for a small kitten that was trapped in a storm drain for up to four days (the Greenburgh Daily Voice reported that it was five,
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Lyme disease will be “highly problematic” in 2017, forecasters say. By: burroblando As warm weather approaches, so does the threat of ticks carrying parasites. That means Lyme disease, folks. And Lyme disease is no longer something you have to worry about only if you live in the Northeastern United States. The disease has been expanding into
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Routine blood tests don’t typically tell us enough about cancer affecting our pets. By: sandiegochurch When our pets are sick, our mind often trips into worst-case-scenario mode. Despite all my training, I did this when one of my own cats went lame. My mind immediately screamed “He might have bone cancer!” rather than the more likely alternative
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