November is Pet Cancer Awareness Month, and it’s a great time to spread knowledge about pets and cancer, as well as a time to educate ourselves.
The Thanksgiving feast is a tradition centered around a delicious meal shared with friends and family, and we can’t forget our four-legged family members!
We’re thrilled that November is Adopt A Senior Pet Month, and if you are considering adopting a four-legged friend, you should be, too! Here’s my senior dog adoption story, along with a few a few myths about senior dogs that need to be busted. Spread the word and give a sweet senior a chance in November!
Bad breath in dogs, also known by the medical term halitosis, usually results from a buildup of tartar and plaque that develops into periodontal disease.
We have another viral dog on our hands. The dog’s human posted quite a relatable video to Reddit of the pup refusing a french fry with no ketchup.
The first Wednesday in November is officially International Stress Awareness Day. Our dogs are here to help us relieve stress!
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A new ruling in Spain may make dog custody more like child custody. The court decided that a couple needed to share custody of their dog.
There are few creatures more adorable than Siberian Husky puppies, as you can tell by these pictures! Learn all about them before you adopt!
While neither Mitch McConnel nor Nancy Pelosi attended, they had adequate canine representation at the third-annual “bipawtisan” Halloween bash.
Northeastern University celebrated the first birthday of their community resource dog, Cooper. Students, faculty, and Cooper’s family attended the party.
A dog out of New York tested positive for rabies after coming into contact with a bat. The dog was current on their rabies vaccination.
November is National Adopt A Senior Pet Month — a month dedicated to helping older pets find loving forever homes. Help spread the word!
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