Day: March 25, 2022

When our pets die, why do we say they ‘cross the rainbow bridge?’

It’s natural to want to post about the passing of your sweet pet to your family and friends on Facebook or Instagram, but have you ever noticed that lately, we all say some form of, “they’ve crossed (or gone over) the rainbow bridge?” It’s pretty safe to say that the “rainbow bridge” leads to some

Rare condition presents major challenges for pets and owners – The Singleton Argus

Rare condition presents major challenges for pets and owners  The Singleton Argus Source link

Surprise man accused of zip-tying dog’s mouth, not giving puppies water

SURPRISE, AZ (3TV/CBS 5) – A Surprise man faces nearly a dozen charges of animal cruelty, including one felony count, after police rescued 10 puppies and two adult dogs from his apartment. Police first learned about Levi Lewis, 41, when a witness reported that he allegedly zip-tied a dog’s mouth closed. Lt. Tim Klarkowski said

How to protect pets from poisonous plants and items

PEORIA, Ill. (WMBD) — It is National Poison Prevention Week, and the Peoria Humane Society is reminding pet parents to stay alert for items that could harm or even kill their furry friends. Kitty Yanko, Director of the Peoria Humane Society, said certain types of plants, flowers and common household items can prove fatal to

Perry County vet discusses importance of protecting pets during Poison Prevention Month

HAZARD, Ky. (WYMT) – Poison Prevention Month is an important month for folks around the country as well as pets. A local veterinarian took the time to speak about the dangers of specific poisons and how to keep your pets safe. Dr. Danika Harvey at the Appalachian Animal Hospital in Hazard, Kentucky said a majority

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