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Apps You Need for Your Dog

Apps You Need for Your Dog

Category: Dog Life
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Revolutionary New Treatment for Canine Arthritis

Revolutionary New Treatment for Canine Arthritis

Category: Health
Osteoarthritis, also known as degenerative joint disease, is the progressive and permanent long-term deterioration of the cartilage surrounding the joints. It causes chronic joint inflammation and is the most common cause of lameness in dogs. Thought to affect up to one in five dogs, with older dogs being at the highest risk, it is a painful and progressive disease resulting in cartilage destruction and bone changes that can drastically affect a dog’s quality of life. A veterinary examination can determine if your dog has this disease. more
Pet Talk: The Benefits of Spaying and Neutering

Pet Talk: The Benefits of Spaying and Neutering

Category: Health
One of the most important decisions that a pet owner must make is whether to spay and neuter their pets. Though many are deterred by cost or medical concerns, this procedure can provide many long-term benefits for your pet’s health and happiness, all while saving the lives of other homeless animals and reducing the widespread epidemic of animal overpopulation in our world today. more
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Foster Kindness — Foster a Dog!

Category: Inspire
If a homeless animal had a best friend, it would probably look a lot like Betsy Banks Saul. Betsy has saved tens of millions of pets’ lives—yes, you read that right—through the ground-breaking rescue website she founded, Petfinder.com. The site allows would-be adopters to search out adoptable pets in their area from groups and shelters across North America. Along the way, she changed both public perception of rescue animals and how people adopt pets. Now she aims to do the same for foster animals. more
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Final Moments, Spent At Home

Category: Dog Life
Rosie was the “friendliest, goofiest” German Shepherd Lisa Walsh ever met in 17 years of running a dog walking business in San Francisco. The dog was already at least ten years old when Lisa formally adopted her from Muttville Senior Dog Rescue, a group dedicated to giving senior pups a second chance. The bond was instant, and intense.  more

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