Monthly Archives: July 2011

Angelas Angels Cat Rescue

 

CatThis month, we’d like to highlight another financial award given by the Dr. Jane HealthyPetNet Foundation, this time to Angela’s Angels Cat Rescue, a donor-supported, non-profit, no-kill, cage-free cat rescue in Columbia, North Carolina. What began as a personal experience caring for and rescuing sickly and abandoned cats,

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Palliative Care

It’s one of those terms that not everyone is familiar with, but once you’ve witnessed “palliative care” in the case of a loved one, you’ll never forget it. According to the World Health Organization, palliative care is a medical approach that improves the quality of life of patients and their families facing complications associated with life-threatening illness,

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Frustrated with Fido? Victoria Stilwell Says to Stay Positive When Training Your Dog

DogBy Jack Sommars

Imagine making your living training some of the world’s most stubborn and unruly dogs. Peering over your shoulder each week are millions of viewers in 40 countries wondering if you or the misbehaving pup will win the battle of wits.

Victoria Stilwell,

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Summer Safety: Dogs, Kids and Water

Summer dog in poolBy Elizabeth Maimon, DVM, MPH

A favorite summer pastime for many of us is relaxing by a pool or a lake while unwinding from the day or — better yet — even spending the whole day poolside blissfully relaxed. If your dog is in tow, however, it is essential to stay alert.

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No Pets Allowed: Renting with Pets

Renting Dog and CatAnna-Marija Helt would never move into a home that didn’t allow her beloved pets. So, over the years, she’s learned ways to increase the chances that her pets will be welcome. When searching for an apartment to rent in San Francisco with her black lab, Zoe, she created a “doggie resume”

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