Colleges Opening their Doors to Pets

Friday, August 29th, 2014

As enrollment figures are starting to drop, many colleges are welcoming pets. Administrators at State University of New York at Canton have seen enrollments increase and emotional problems, often associated with students leaving home for the first time, decrease since allowing pets on campus.

Petition Launched To Ban Unattended Animals In Cars

Tuesday, August 19th, 2014

A pet insurance company has launched a petition to encourage legislation prohibiting animals being left unattended in cars.

Ferret Ban May Be Lifted In New York City

Tuesday, August 19th, 2014

New York City mayor Bill de Blasio may be lifting a 15-year ban on ferrets. The ban, which was implemented by then-mayor Rudy Giuliani in 1999, was a source of controversy for fans of the small mammal.

Rabies – Protecting Ourselves and Our Pets from a Killer

Thursday, July 10th, 2014

Every year in North America, the Centers for Disease Control monitor the prevalence of rabies. Thousands of wild animals test positive every year and, despite mandatory vaccines for some pets, hundreds of cats, dogs, horses and other domestic animals contract this killer. The good news is that rabies cases in people and domestic animals have […]

Rabies in Staten Island Sees 800% Increase in 2013

Thursday, July 10th, 2014

Staten Island reported 49 cases of rabies in 2013, up from only 6 in 2012. That’s an 800% increase, and the dramatic rise has alarmed officials.

Fourth Of July Safety For Your Pets

Friday, June 27th, 2014

Fireworks and the Fourth of July go together like … well, fireworks and the Fourth of July. While you may already have safeguards in place for people and children, there are additional things to consider for pet owners. Here are a few tips on helping your pets remain safe and happy while dealing with fireworks. […]

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