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Lifeguard on Duty: End the Summer with Our Puppy Pool Party

Lifeguard on Duty: End the Summer with Our Puppy Pool Party Our friends at Mike’s Hard Lemonade® recently gave ASPCA supporters a chance to double their impact for animals by generously offering to match donations for a limited time (up to $25,000). Thanks to your incredible response, we quickly met that match and raised even more critical funds…
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Our Top Five Tips for Labor Day BBQ Safety

Our Top Five Tips for Labor Day BBQ Safety Summer is coming to a close, but there’s still time for plenty of fun in the sun. You may be gearing up for Labor Day festivities like the ever-popular backyard barbecue, so the ASPCA Animal…

From Timid Street Pup to Confident Therapy Dog

From Timid Street Pup to Confident Therapy Dog If you saw reports of the ASPCA work in St. Croix after Hurricane Maria, you may recall the story about a dog named Winnie who was displaced by the storm and rescued by the ASPCA. After her…

Trending Now: Online Puppy Scams

Trending Now: Online Puppy Scams Animal lovers may know all the reasons to avoid buying puppies from pet stores, but when searching for a new puppy online, the risks might be less obvious. A puppy bought online could be sourced from a…

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Emergency Care for Your Pet

Emergency Care for Your Pet Unfortunately, accidents do happen. When a medical emergency befalls our furry friends, pet parents may find it difficult to make rational decisions, especially if something occurs during the middle of the night.…

Coughing in Dogs: Types, Diagnoses and Treatment

If your dog is coughing, it is sometimes not easy to decide if it warrants emergency attention. This page aims to help you decide how urgently you need to seek veterinary attention. It is not a replacement for your vet’s advice. In many…

6 Cases That Need Extra Vigilance in Dogs

6 Cases That Need Extra Vigilance in Dogs With his dog sometimes you have to look very closely to spot signs of dog illness, to take timely measures or puppy to a veterinarian treatment. The following is the case you should be wary of your…

Cutting Pet Care Costs

Cutting Pet Care Costs As responsible pet parents, we have an obligation to care for our furry friends in sickness and in health. But as pet care costs rise, how do we do what’s best for our pet? Here are a few tips to help you save money…

Border Collie

Border Collies are best known for their intelligence and working roles as sheep herding dogs. Border Collies are a highly intelligent breed and need lots of exercise and training. If you are thinking about owning a Border Collie be prepared…

Dog Breeds

Cat Care

FANTASTIC TRAINING TIPS – CLAWS ARE A-OKAY

An animal advocate and behaviorist with great insight into our pets, check out Amy Shojai’s thoughts on kitty and her claws. The animal advocate and behaviorist not only has great insight into our pets, she is a world-class author penning both animal help books, but “thrillers with a bite,” featuring, you guessed it, animals! Check out her great advise for VetStreet on cats and claws. Applause for Claws: 7 Scratch-Training Tips By Amy Shojai While clawing is a normal feline behavior, it is not always…

Chronic Renal Failure in Cats: Causes, Symptoms and Diagnosis

We hear from readers looking for help with CRF issues all the time. This is part one of a three part series from The Cat Doctor on the diagnosis and treatment of this all too common condition in cats. by Lori Horwedel, client educator at The Cat Doctor, Philadelphia, PA. Because of the large amount of information out there about kidney disease, we are dividing this post into a few installments. This week, we’re discussing what Chronic Renal Failure is, what the symptoms are, and how it is diagnosed. We will discuss treatment…

25 Food Should Not be Used for Cats!

25 Food Should Not be Used for Cats! Some of the food, even the dogs are not cat food. Because of differences in physiological characteristics of the cat's digestive tract, can cause mild diarrhea, malabsorption, causing severe poisoning or death. Posts unwanted cat owners wary of caring, nurturing, nutrition, avoiding regrettable negligence.

Depression in Dogs and Cats

Depression in Dogs and Cats Like humans, pets are also experiencing depression due to certain changes from habitat. If your pet shows any changes in behavior, please consult your pet to eliminate certain physical diseases.

How to Play with Your Cat

Many people are under the impression that their cats do not like to play or that they get bored easily and have little interest in playing with wands, feather toys, little balls, or toy mice. But it just might be how you are playing with your cat that is causing the problem.   Young kitties naturally want to play and are inquisitive. Kittens will keep you up at night, climb the drapes, and decide you make a great tree limb. At about 4 months of age, inter-kitty play can start turning into spats and over time, toy and object…

How to Play with Your Cat

Many people are under the impression that their cats do not like to play or that they get bored easily and have little interest in playing with wands, feather toys, little balls, or toy mice. But it just might be how you are playing with your cat that is causing the problem. Young kitties naturally want to play and are inquisitive. Kittens will keep you up at night, climb the drapes, and decide you make a great tree limb. At about 4 months of age, inter-kitty play can start turning into spats and over time, toy and object…

Cat Breeds



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Lifeguard on Duty: End the Summer with Our Puppy Pool Party

Lifeguard on Duty: End the Summer with Our Puppy Pool Party Our friends at Mike’s Hard Lemonade® recently gave ASPCA supporters a chance to double their impact for animals by generously offering to match donations for a limited time (up to $25,000). Thanks to your incredible response, we quickly met that match and raised even more critical funds…
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Zeppoli Finds a New Home by a “Chance” Encounter

Zeppoli Finds a New Home by a “Chance” Encounter As an adoring pet parent, Debbie B. has cared for several cats over the years. In September 2009, she was looking to add a new feline to her family. As an advocate for adoption, Debbie chose to visit the ASPCA Adoption Center and found Clooney—a beautiful bright orange kitty. Clooney brought so much…
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Our Top Five Tips for Labor Day BBQ Safety

Our Top Five Tips for Labor Day BBQ Safety Summer is coming to a close, but there’s still time for plenty of fun in the sun. You may be gearing up for Labor Day festivities like the ever-popular backyard barbecue, so the ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center (APCC) wants to share its top tips for keeping your pets safe while you enjoy the long…
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From Timid Street Pup to Confident Therapy Dog

From Timid Street Pup to Confident Therapy Dog If you saw reports of the ASPCA work in St. Croix after Hurricane Maria, you may recall the story about a dog named Winnie who was displaced by the storm and rescued by the ASPCA. After her rescue, Winnie made a long journey to Jefferson County, Missouri, where she now lives with her loving family.…
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