Some companies offer pet-friendly perks such as on-site walkers and dog spas. By: Iain Farrell By 2020, millennials are expected to make up at least half the workforce. They’re also about to have more dogs per person than any other generation, including pup-loving baby boomers. Put the 2 together, and what do you get?
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  Blue is here to show that deaf dogs can do it all. This hearing-impaired pooch can’t fully understand voice commands, but that hasn’t stopped her from mastering tricks. Just like any other well-trained canine, this shelter pup knows basic commands like “sit,” “stay” and “come.” Blue just learned her skills through sign language catered
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Jeff is a people person. When the ginger cat sees a human, he has to hug them. Jeff’s special talent was discovered when he was moved to the ASPCA from a different New York City shelter. Soon after arriving, the 4-year-old tabby started reaching for anyone who opened his cage. Turns out these moves weren’t
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Maker: United Pet GroupCause: Unapproved additive (quaternary ammonium compound mixture)Announcement: FDA report dated June 16, 2017What was recalled: Rawhide chews listed below. Companion: Lot codes that start with AH, AV, A, AI, AO, or AB and which list expiration dates from 06/01/2019 through 05/31/2020 Dentley’s: Lot codes that start with AH, AV, A, AI,
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Montgomery County wants justice for Justice. The adult female dog, described as a mixed breed hound, was found in Texas on June 9 with electrical tape wrapped around her nose and upper jaw. While the act of animal cruelty is being investigated by the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office — who shared a Facebook post about
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They nap and eat together. By: MichaelMankus Komari the kitten was found, starving and sickly, when she was only 5 weeks old. Her rescuers knew their work would be cut out for them in building up her strength, but they didn’t hesitate to take the frail ball of fur home with them. There she met
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Did you know that you can train your rabbit to run agility courses? By: Daniel Hall Easter-decorated windows are popping up all over right now. You’ve seen them — perky little bunnies hopping about in spring attire. Unfortunately, they remind me of all my rabbit patients who are not jumping through meadows but instead suffering
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Welcome summers!! Summer season is both pleasant and boring at the same time. Pleasant for you to enjoy the sun, and probably a vacation to the beach, but for your pooch, it is a deadly weather. Those of you have dogs or are going to have one soon, an alarm of safety must be ringing
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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, in honor of Adopt a Shelter Cat month, meet Spike, a feline who is having trouble finding forever because of his age. If you ask Spike, age ain’t nothing
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The staff at the Humane Rescue Alliance in Washington, D.C., can’t believe their eyes. In their midst is a 35-lb. cat named Symba, who is carrying around an unbelievable amount of extra weight (more than his animated namesake). Humane Rescue Alliance “HRA staff have seen a lot —but we’ve never seen a 35 pound cat!” says
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