Tuesday, January 18, 2022

Study Reveals Exercise Reduces Risk of Alzheimer’s in Pets

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Irvine, CA - Pets get Alzheimer’s disease just like humans do but the good news is that moderate exercise is not only great for...

Pet Obesity in U.S. Hitting Epidemic Proportions

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Atlanta, GA - New data was just released that shows that over 55 percent of pets in the United States are 30 percent above...

Don’t Get Skunked This Spring

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Allentown, PA - Being the victim in a skunk spray situation is among the worst of nightmares.  Not only is the smell absolutely awful,...

New Method Makes Pet Food Safer Than Ever

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Lincoln, NE - With demands for safer pet food on the rise, Universal Cold Storage has introduced a new effective process for making it...

Veterinarians Say Dog Treat Per Day Goes A Long Way

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Hummelstown, PA - Dog owners are often plagued by the common issue of their furry friends bad breath, which could indicate a more serious problem.  Surprisingly, oral...

Humans Can Expose Cats to the H1N1 Virus

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Schaumburg, IL - A pet cat in Wisconsin has reportedly caught the H1N1 flu virus, commonly known as "swine flu", from its owner, the first...

Rabbits Love Getting Massages; Humans Benefit as Well

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Boardman, OH - No animal is more suited to a massage than pet rabbits, the third most popular house pet behind dogs and cats.  Not...

New Home For Handicapped Pets

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Frederick, MD – It wasn’t long after Joyce Darrell and husband Michael Dickerson adopted Duke, a 6-month-old white shepherd mix, from the local shelter...

This Winter Giving Pets Cabin Fever

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Montclair, NJ – During the long winter months that are known to be dark and cold, especially in the North Eastern United States, cabin...

Illness In Many Cats Reflective Of Stress, Not Sickness

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Columbus, OH - Different routines, strange noises, and negative attention can cause healthy cats to exhibit signs of sickness a three-year study conducted at...