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Tue, Feb 5 | By Dr. Patrick ahaney | 3

Recently, a traditional Chinese medicine used to promote joint health in people and pets became the center of a well-publicized sports controversy. Deer antler, the substance in question, is the subject of the pre-Super Bowl scandal involving Baltimo… more ›

Could Your Pet Be Taking a Substance Banned by the NFL?

By Robin Wallace | 23

Knick-knack, paddy-whack, give a dog a bone -- this nursery rhyme might keep rolling home, but the U.S. Food and Drug Administration says giving your family pet a bone is a thing of the past. "Some people think it's safe to give dogs lar… more ›

Give Your Dog a Bone?

Mon, Jun 14 | By Robin Wallace | 12

Recently, the USDA announced a major breakthrough in preventing flu in dogs, especially social canines at higher risk. After nearly one million doses sold to veterinary clinics and shelters throughout the U.S. in the past year, the USD… more ›

USDA Approves First Canine Flu Vaccine

By Robin Wallace | 19

Yes, pets get sunburn too! Before you hit the beach this summer, learn how to prevent sun damage. Romping about in the sun and basking in its warmth is a favorite among all pets, but it is a pastime which owners should regard with cautio… more ›

Sun and Skin Safety: How to Protect Your Pets

Tue, Jul 8 | By Joey Wahler | 90

COLTS NECK, N.J. – A Navy working dog is the recipient of a rare honor for his contribution to the War On Terror, after overcoming the many obstacles that combat dogs face in Afghanistan. “Renato,” a 6-year-old German Shepherd, and… more ›

Combat Dog Gains 'Fame' for Afghan War Effort

Wed, Dec 12 | By Rebecca Andrews | 366

NEW JERSEY – Dogs and cats may soon be able to see things eye-to-eye. That is, if a local township passes an ordinance that would make the restrictions on cats to be equal with those of dogs. The proposed bill in East Brunswick, NJ wo… more ›

NJ Legislation – Equality for Cats and Dogs

Fri, Dec 7 | By Matt Van Hoven | 768

TOKYO – An elderly woman who went missing from her home this week could have died from exposure, during one of the coldest days this season. Luckily, a dog came to her rescue. According to Tokyo police, the 73-year-old suffers from… more ›

Japanese Dog Saves Elderly Woman

Mon, Dec 3 | By Matt Van Hoven | 836

ALABAMA – A Vinemont, Alabama family is mourning the loss of their dog this week after they found it, skinned alive. Owner Neal Rodgers says when he went outside to feed his two Beagles last Sunday morning, three… more ›

Dog Skinned Alive

Thu, Nov 29 | By Matt Van Hoven | 485

FLORIDA – Someone in Flagler, Florida has been shooting local dogs with a bb gun – and pet owners aren't happy about it. Humane Society reps say there are better ways to complain about animals – they believe the shooter has some… more ›

4 Dogs Sniped With BB-Gun

Wed, Nov 14 | By Matt Van Hoven | 771

ATLANTA – A dog that was nearly killed after being dragged down a highway while tied to a truck is ready to be adopted. His survival can be described only as amazing - and what's more, the dog now has a long list of people ready to lov… more ›

Dog Survives Truck, Ready for Adoption

Mon, Nov 12 | By Matt Van Hoven | 544

GEORGIA – Falcons defensive tackle Jonathan Babineaux is breathing a sigh of relief today after felony animal cruelty charges against him were dropped. In February of this year, Babineaux was arrested in the blunt-force head trauma de… more ›

Cruelty Charges Against Falcons Tackle Dropped

Thu, Nov 8 | By Matt Van Hoven | 735

PENNSYLVANIA – A Centerville Pennsylvania home was likened to a concentration camp yesterday when 84 dogs were found there in horrible conditions. 60 living and 24 dead animals were taken by police and humane officers – who said th… more ›

Canine Concentration Camp

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