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Thu, Apr 17 | By Pet Pulse Staff Reports | 219

LAKE OSWEGO, Ore. -- Ken Griggs left his dog, Callie, in the care of a boarding kennel before he went on vacation. But when went to pick her up, he says he was given back a different dog. After attempting to resolve Griggs’ concerns, … more ›

Man Says Kennel Gave Him Back Wrong Dog

Wed, Apr 16 | By Pet Pulse Staff Reports | 217

NEW YORK – Martha Stewart announced on her blog today that her chow companion of nearly 13 years died of renal failure on Saturday. Named Kublai Khan Paw Paw Chow Chow Chow, in part because of his large paws, the 60-pound dog was with … more ›

Martha Stewart’s Pet Chow Dies

Tue, Apr 15 | By Pet Pulse Staff Reports | 310

KETCHIKAN, Alaska -- A registered sex offender has been charged with two counts of criminal mischief after reportedly having sex with a dog that he tied to a tree. This marks the second reported case of sexual misconduct with an animal in recent mont… more ›

Registered Sex Offender Caught Assaulting Dog

Tue, Apr 15 | By Victoria Lim | 143 | Watch video

SAN CLEMENTE, Calif. -- The term No Kill is common to animal shelter workers and animal advocates nationwide. A No kill shelter is one in which euthanasia is reserved only for the untreatable and untamable animals. Few shelters can claim the title, b… more ›

No Kill Advocate’s Goal: Create an Army of Compassion

Mon, Apr 14 | By Pet Pulse Staff Reports | 132

FRANKFORT, Ky. -- A goat is in the middle of a controversy between its owner and the city officials that have been tasked with determining whether it can be considered a pet. If they decide it's not an animal companion, the goat named S… more ›

Goat Faces Eviction From Residential Property

Mon, Apr 14 | By Victoria Lim | 146 | Watch video

PINELLAS COUNTY, Fla. -- When Carol Nostrand was in between homes, she faced a bigger decision than the cost of rent. The friend’s home where she was temporarily staying did not have a fence. That meant “her baby,” Raven, which she adopted fr… more ›

Displaced Animals Given Continued Care

Mon, Apr 14 | By Matt Van Hoven | 122

SECAUCUS, N.J. -- In the Long Island community of Brookhaven, a pair of endangered piping plovers nests on Cedar Beach. The migratory birds recently returned to their annual nesting grounds, exacerbating an issue that has surfaced up and down the eas… more ›

Piping Plover v. Feral Feline Debate Hits Long Island

Mon, Apr 14 | By Pet Pulse Staff Reports | 134

PHOENIX – Nearly two months ago the Arizona House of Representatives’ Water and Agriculture Committee introduced a bill that would ban horse tripping to the House floor. Now, HB 2539 was approved with a 54-2 vote on March 31 and move… more ›

Ariz. House Approves Horse Tripping Ban, Bill Moves to Senate

Sun, Apr 13 | By Alison Hill | 197 | Watch video

ASHEVILLE, N.C. -- The opossum, or possum as it’s commonly known, is probably best known for its ability to fake death. But for many people these animals are little more than pests, and such misconceptions have led to their needless suffering over … more ›

Woman Saving America’s Only Marsupial

Sat, Apr 12 | By AP | 170

CHARLES CITY, Iowa (AP) -- In the event of a residential fire, a recent donation to the Charles City Fire Department may help increase the chances that homeowners' pets will survive. "A lot of people don't realize the significance that p… more ›

Oxygen Masks for Pets Donated by Charles City Family

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