Love Those Pets


Declare Your Cat Pride


(NAPS)—For anyone who’s ever wondered what it means to be a “cat person,” a recent survey by Toluna Analytics may provide some surprising answers. Today’s cat person tends to be smart, independ-ent, friendly and active. The survey also found that [...]


Odor Answers


(NAPS)—As your nose knows, your beloved pet can make a stinky mess—but there are simple ways by which you can cope. For starters, be sure your pet is of a size suitable to your environment, your dog is walked promptly [...]


Keeping Animal Stars Safe


(NAPS)—Since the dawn of Hollywood, animal stars have played some of the most unforgettable characters ever seen on the silver screen. Their characters have charmed and delighted moviegoers and television audiences for generations. From legendary characters of a bygone era [...]


DeKalb County District Hosts “PAWS for the Cause” Event


DeKalb County District Robert James will join a host of community partners and animal lovers for the 2015 PAWS for the Cause community awareness event on Saturday, April 18, at Glenlake Park located at 1121 Church Street in Decatur. The [...]


Don’t Pay For A Purebred—Adopt One


(NAPSI)—Are you looking for a certain kind of furry family member? Consider adoption as an option. De-spite popular belief, not all pets needing homes are mixed breeds. In fact, as many as 25 percent of the 8 million dogs and [...]


Supporting Your Pet’s Liver Health


(NAPS)—Many may be surprised to learn that a disease commonly associated with humans can also put your dog or cat at risk. Fortunately, there are management options.   Experts say that liver disease can affect pets of any age. The [...]


Give Your Dog Comfort And Security


(NAPS)—At holiday time or any time you and your family are busy, it’s important to remember that pets can get stressed out, especially if they spend a lot more time alone than normal.   Now And Den: Fortunately, there is [...]


Have peace of mind when pets are home alone


According to the American Kennel Club, some half a million pets are affected by house fires each year—but there are steps you can take so yours aren’t among them.   The Problem Pets are often kept inside the house while [...]


More Action Needed To End Pet Homelessness


(NAPS)—There appears to be a significant difference between what many people offer as their opinion about pet homelessness and what, if anything, they do about the problem.   That’s a key finding of a recent survey that revealed that although [...]


Tips For Dealing With Kitty’s Potty Problems

Cat using a closed litter box isolated on white background

(NAPS)—“Why is my kitty going outside the litter box?” is one of the top questions that veterinarians get asked by cat parents.   According to Dr. Laura Wiles, a veterinarian who specializes in feline medicine, it might be a health [...]

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