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Thu, Sep 16 | By Flinn Dershem | 8

Is your dog the ultimate wingman? New York, New York is a city brimming over with single people—and it is also a city that loves its dogs. If you’ve ever witnessed a “dog pick-up” you can skip the next paragraph. But if you haven’t, h… more ›

Love My Dog, Love Me
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By Zootoo Pet News Staff | 11

A table scrap here, a little taste there -- when indulging our pets, the temptation to slip them tiny treats of our food can be strong. But certain human foods can be dangerous to pets, so keep your animals safe and healthy by avoiding these risky tr… more ›

Four Pet Treats Every Owner Should Avoid
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Sun, Jul 18 | By Amy Lieberman | 17

By shining a spotlight on pit bulls and pit-mixes, the ASPCA seeks to decrease the number of homeless pets in New York City. An ASPCA first-time initiative, dubbed “Operation Pit,” launched this past Thursday, is an effort to decrease the r… more ›

ASPCA's "Operation Pit" Promotes Spaying and Neutering
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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?
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Mon, May 24 | By Robin Wallace | 29

During summer, the heat can be dangerous for pets. Even on cooler days, owners should be aware of the risk of heatstroke. Often, on days with mild temperatures, pet owners might be tempted to leave their pet in the car for "just a minute… more ›

Heatstroke and Pets: What Owners Need to Know
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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
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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
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Tue, Apr 27 | By Jay Speiden | 25

Losing a pet is like losing your best friend or a member of your family. So a simple blood test that could help detect one of the leading canine killers would seem like good news, but some veterinarians are not completely sold. The new … more ›

Blood Test Could Detect Cancer in Dogs
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Wed, Jun 2 | By Robin Wallace | 22

The “dog days” of summer have arrived, luring pet and owners outside with sunny days and long, cool evenings. From backyard barbeques to vacation travels, pets relish summer fun. So make sure you have all the gadgets to keep your pe… more ›

Vacation Pet Gear: The Must-Have Product List
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Mon, May 31 | By Zootoo Pet News Staff | 32

Since World War I, military working dogs have played a crucial role in protecting our nation’s armed forces. Today, these four-legged heroes continue to perform vital duties, from explosive and drug detection to deterrence and handler protection.<… more ›

Canine Heroes: A Salute to Military Working Dogs
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Thu, May 27 | By Zootoo Pet News Staff | 22

Now that summer has started, both pets and owners are ready to celebrate the season. But even though animals are eager to play outside in warmer climates, the sunny weather can be dangerous for both cats and dogs. Here are Z… more ›

Ten Summer Safety Tips: Protect Your Pet From Heat and Sun
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Wed, May 26 | By Haley Finnegan | 18

Over 300 participants hit the pavement on April 25 for the second annual K9K Pet Cancer Awareness Walk in Brooklyn, New York. Sponsored by Veterinary Pet Insurance, this year's event raised more than $8,000 for the Animal Cancer Foundation (ACF).more ›

K9K Awareness Walk Raises Money to Prevent and Treat Animal Cancer
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Wed, Feb 17 | By Zootoo Pet News Staff | 42

A blanket of snow covered Manhattan Tuesday, but the canines of the 134th Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show were undeterred as they competed in Day Two of the show’s judging at Madison Square Garden. Sadie the Scottie emerged as the ultimate winner… more ›

Sadie the Scottie Captures 2010 Westminster Best in Show Title
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Tue, Feb 16 | By Zootoo Pet News Staff | 21

Canines claimed center stage in New York City today as the 134th Annual Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show opened at Madison Square Garden for its two-day run. Representing more than 150 breeds, the elite entrants included over 2500 individual dogs, r… more ›

Westminster Dog Show Opens in New York City
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Mon, Feb 15 | By Haley Finnegan | 39

Watch out, dalmatians! Cruella De Vil is back, and this time she's dognapping those hopeless pups right off Broadway! Madison Square Garden was the site of "open dog auditions" Thursday as all types of pooches - from professionals to foster dogs - re… more ›

Cruella's Back! Open Dog Auditions Held for "101 Dalmatians" Musical

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