Day: May 11, 2022

Dallas City Council passes ban on puppy sales at pet stores

The Dallas City Council passed an ordinance Wednesday banning the sale of dogs and cats at pet stores. Dallas is the last major Texas city to enact such a regulation, according to the Humane Society of the United States. Five states and more than 400 localities have enacted similar measures, said John Goodwin of the

Stop dumping pets in the country

Article content I would like to address this letter to the individual who made the choice to abandon a beautiful and sweet brindle-coloured large dog on our southeast country/county road recently. She waited for you to return in the same spot where you dumped her some eight hours earlier. She was sad and tired and

State struggling to accommodate the pets of Ukrainian refugees

A shortage of accommodation for refugees in Ireland has led the State to embark on drastic measures, including getting the army to erect camp beds in community halls. But now the State is facing another refugee-related accommodation crisis: it cannot accommodate the volume of pets which have to be taken into quarantine or isolation upon

5 cost-saving ways to keep your pets healthy—and happy | Lifestyles

Medical bills can be overwhelming, not just for people but for pets too. Every pet has its own unique needs, and it’s the duty of their owners to ensure their four-legged family members stay healthy, happy, and by their side for as long as possible. Preventative care is the best way to keep your pet

Puppy Palooza to feature adoptable dogs, dog-themed vendors – Shelby County Reporter

By EMILY SPARACINO | Staff Writer CHELSEA – A local winery is teaming up with Shelby Humane this month for an event aimed at connecting adoptable dogs with their forever homes. Cat-n-Bird Winery will host Puppy Palooza on Saturday, May 21 from 12-3 p.m. “We actually hosted one prior to COVID, and while it was

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