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The recent floods in Colorado have been both terrifying and devastating. Hundreds are homeless and many have been separated from their pets.
We love this post from Houzz.com! Click the image to see some really imaginative and interesting ways to make your house more pet friendly.
If you need your weekly fix of cuteness, than you've come to the right place! Check out this post from the website Mashable, who have hand picked the 75 most adorable animal photos from Instagram. From hedgehogs and bunnies to cats and dogs these cuties are sure to make you smile. Click the image to see more.
The task facing the Oklahoma animal welfare community is massive: not only are there lost pets who must be rescued and cared for until they can be reunited with their family, but many families have no way to care for their pets now that they have lost their homes.
The medical community has long stated that owning a pet will reduce stress in your life. That comes as no surprise to us! Just last week, the American Heart association came out with a report stating that pet owners actually live longer than non pet owners!
The month of May marks the beginning of summer for many of us. May also is “National Pet Month”, a special time for celebrating our relationship with the pets in our lives.
Pet ownership has many benefits. It’s well documented that having a pet improves both our physical health and emotional well-being. In exchange, we have a responsibility to give our pets attention and care.
With the holidays behind us and the winter doldrums in full swing, many of us are seeing an unwelcome jump on the bathroom scale. For our pets, even a pound of two of weight gain can be a real health hazard.
Studies have shown that a lean dog will live an average of 2.5 years longer than an obese dog, in part, because they are less likely to develop the medical conditions which come with excess weight. The same applies to cats.
It may be “the most wonderful time of the year,” but it can also be the most dangerous for your pet. Holiday decorations and festive foods can put your pet at risk, so take precautions to prevent holiday mishaps.