But black doggies need homes, too

In pet adoption world, big, black dogs are difficult to adopt out, they go last. In the animal rescuing world this phenomenon is known as Black Dog Syndrome.

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Rabies is deadly for both pets and their owners

Sunday, September 28 was World Rabies Day, which aims to raise awareness and understanding about the importance of rabies prevention. Rabies is the oldest and deadliest disease known to humans.

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Pet cremation firm abuses the trust of pet owners

Bendigo-based pet cremation firm “Pets at Peace” has been fined $5671 by the Environment Protection Authority for ditching 19 animal carcasses in July.

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Kennel Club and Judges are reluctant about inbred ‘deformed’ dogs

Alison Jeffers, a leading Basset hound breeder has accused the Kennel Club of being “in denial” over the health problems caused by the inbreeding of animals for shows including Crufts.

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Stem cell therapy helped a Bernese Mountain dog to avoid elbow replacement surgery or amputation

Cooper a Bernese Mountain dog was suffering from arthritic elbow. His owner,Crystal Myers had two options, either elbow replacement surgery or amputation for her 2-year-old pet. She decided she wouldn’t settle without finding a third opinion.

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Why Labradors collapsed after intensive exercise?

Researchers have identified a gene which is linked with Labradors collapsing soon after an intense hunting or retrieving exercise, This condition is known as exercise-induced collapse or EIC.

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Purina, who is responsible if worms,maggots,cacoons and carcasses are found in your pet food?

Worms, maggots, cacoons and carcasses found in Purina Beneful puppy food. Two dogs are seriously sick after consuming it, they have been sick for 4 days now…they have chronic diarrhea. But surprisingly Purina refuses to accept any blame regarding this incident.

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FDA’s approval process might treat the genetically engineered creatures as drugs

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has put out new proposed regulations for genetically engineered animals, that producers of such animals have to follow.

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Have you ever seen a man jogging with a pet rooster?

I have luckily found him at https://blogs.inquirer.net, he is non other than 78 years old Felipe Obrince.

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A new bacterium is identified for dermatitis in pet lizards

Dermatitis are highly prevalent in pet lizards, and if these infections are not treated early then it may create fatal organ disease and septicaemia.

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