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Watch your pet’s weight

Watch your pet’s weight

 

LIKE THEIR owners, pets are facing an obesity epidemic. According to the latest research, more than 50 percent of American pets are overweight or obese. Fat cats and pudgy pooches are no laughing matter, because overweight pets face the same health problems overweight people do.

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Compulsive Disorders in Pets, Veterinary Behaviorist Offers New Insight

Compulsive Disorders in Pets, Veterinary Behaviorist Offers New Insight

Compulsive behaviors in pets? No kidding…..Veterinary behaviorist Dr. John Ciribassi discusses if these behaviors are truly like compulsive behaviors in people, offers several examples and what to do about it; listen HERE on Steve Dale's Pet World.

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Kim Kardashian Pets Camels — and Drinks Their Milk — in Bahrain

Kim Kardashian Pets Camels — and Drinks Their Milk — in Bahrain

Kim Kardashian got a good taste of the Middle East.

During her recent three-day trip to the region, the E! reality star got in touch with the local culture of Bahrain, the tiny Gulf nation where she was on hand to unveil a Millions of Milkshakes at a mall south of the capital Manama.

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Licenses needed for pets in Columbus

Licenses needed for pets in Columbus

Pet owners are reminded to purchase a license for their dogs and cats this month.

Tags went on sale the first of the month and are available at Columbus Animal Control and five veterinary offices.

The licenses can be purchased at animal control, located on the second floor in the Senior Center, 2518 14th St., for $13 for a spayed or neutered animal, or $25 for an intact pet. Exotic pet permits are also available at animal control. The vet offices can charge an additional processing fee of up to $3 per license for dogs and cats.

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Gibi: A Pet GPS Location Service | Launches Indiegogo Campaign

Gibi: A Pet GPS Location Service | Launches Indiegogo Campaign

Gibi developed the best pet GPS location service (tracking).  We will help find your lost pet — quickly, accurately, and reliably. Using Gibi's stylish devices and easy-to-use app, it is simple to find your pet. With the press of a button on your smart phone or computer, up pops a Google map with your pet's exact location and turn-by-turn directions to her.

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Foster a pet stranded after Hurricane Sandy

Foster a pet stranded after Hurricane Sandy

If you are a New Yorker, and a pet lover, you will know that not only humans were displaced due to Hurricane Sandy, and FosterASandyPet.org have taken an initiative that gives people the opportunity to make a difference – by offering a temporary safe home for a pet whose family has been displaced by the disaster. As the clean up from Sandy continues, in some cases, providing a foster home is the only way to keep pets out of shelters and allow them to reunite with their families.

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Pets take pictures with Santa Paws

Pets take pictures with Santa Paws

Taking pictures with Santa Claus isn't only for kids. Our furry friends also have a Christmas wish list.

People brought their pets to Mike McKenna's Windward Ford today to get their pictures taken with Santa and Mrs. Claus.

It's all part of the Hawaiian Humane Society's Pictures with Santa Paws fundraiser.

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Keep your pets safe this holiday with these tips

Keep your pets safe this holiday with these tips

The Holiday season is a time to enjoy with the whole family, even the pets, so the Pima Animal Care Center (PACC) has some tips for keeping your pets safe.

One of the easiest things that can be done is to give your pets their own area or space during the hubbub of the season. This will help keep them indoors and avoid being underfoot.

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Rachael Ray donates for Sandy pets | $500k

Rachael Ray donates for Sandy pets | $500k

Rachael Ray

TV personality Rachael Ray is pictured at a Ziploc-sponsored event in New York on March 23. Ray is donating $500,000 to help the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals set up a central shelter for lost or hurt pets and families struggling to rebound from Superstorm Sandy.

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