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How To Reduce Pet Fear at the Vet

Dogs simply don’t lie or make up stories. This dog had been treated in such a way that she didn’t want to ever come here again. Not only was I embarrassed, but I wondered if this veterinary phobia might also influence loving owners who would not want to come to a place that frightens pets.

Two growing scams bilk people of their pets—and even their money

Scams of all kinds are all too common and it seems that those behind them become more crafty and heartless as the days go by.
Those involving pets for financial gain—two in particular—are a growing problem. One that you may have heard of by way of the media in recent months, dog flipping, is harrowing not only for the humans who own the dogs, but the animals themselves.

International Homeless Pets Day!

International Homeless Pets Day!

Friday Haiku: Sunbeam

“This is my Kitty coming out of the dark side to enjoy some sun induced sleep. Kitty’s name is well…Kitty! You see, she was named by my roommate’s 3 year old and it was either that or Princess Fiona :).”

Watch Your Pictures - Watch Your Words!

Your animal friend is relying on YOUR THOUGHTS for guidance, for ALL situations. And if you are “tuned out” or “listening to a little fear voice in your head”, you can be sure that your animal will watch your thoughts and either follow them, or do something to distract you from those thoughts.

What To Do If You See A Yellow Ribbon on a Dog’s Leash

Anyone who has ever had an infirmed, unsocial or elderly dog is going to love The Yellow Dog Project, a global movement for parents of dogs that need space. The concept behind it is quite simple. If you see a dog with a yellow ribbon or other items tied to its leash, that signifies a dog who needs space and you should not attempt to pet the dog or bring your own dog over for a greeting. Now here’s an idea that’s long overdue.

Tips for Keeping Dogs Cool in the Summer Heat

Summertime can represent fun time for humans. To many of us it means wearing sandals, tank tops and swim suits. But, for our family members that can’t remove their fur coats, summer heat can be unbearable, and even dangerous, if they aren’t helped with coping with the high temperatures of summer.

Veterinarian Sits in a Hot Parked Car for 30 Minutes

Also, if you see a dog (or any animal, not to mention young children) inside a parked car on a hot day – or even night – you are more than justified to call the police. In many states and countries it is illegal to leave pets and children alone in parked cars during hot weather. So be proactive and maybe you will save a life.

Dog Flees Fireworks and Has Sweet Surprises for Rescuer

It was the day after the Fourth of July, a day that is always traumatic for so many of America’s pets, and a day that is always extremely busy for animal shelter personnel and pet rescuers. Despite all of the pleas and the warnings for people to keep their pets safe and secure on the Fourth, hundreds of terrified pets run off each and every year and become lost and panic stricken during our nation’s numerous fireworks celebrations. And so very sadly, many of them never find their way home again.

How can I help my anxious dog handle Fourth of July festivities?

If your dog has trouble embracing the concept of bombs bursting in air, take measures now to help make the holiday more tolerable. Certified dog behavior consultants Amber Burckhalter and Chris Redenbach offer a few training tips for calming anxious pets.