In the News: Saving Shelter Ca...

Feb 28, 2020 by

When visiting an animal shelter, it can be heart-wrenching to know that not all of the loving cats, dogs, and other pets will be lucky enough to be adopted into warm homes. Often, though, this is simply because each animal’s unique and special personality doesn’t have a chance to shine through.

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In the News: Feeling lonely? A...

Nov 27, 2019 by

Ask most pet owners, and they’ll tell you all the wonderful joys that come with having a dog, cat, or other beloved animal in their lives. By most accounts, pets make individuals and families happier, less stressed, and most importantly, less lonely.

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In the News: How Conservation ...

Nov 14, 2019 by

Dogs have been putting their keen sense of smell to good use for hundreds of years. Now, dogs are being tasked with another important role: Endangered species trackers.

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In the News: The Rising Danger...

Aug 27, 2019 by

Edmond’s local dog park was recently closed due to blue-green algae in its pond. As such, we wanted to touch upon this issue by explaining what blue-green algae is, why it occurs, why it’s dangerous, and what you should know about it as a pet parent.

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In the News: FDA Warnings Rega...

Sep 28, 2018 by

  Modern-day advances in medicine have certainly made the world safer for both humans and pets. But they don’t come without...

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In The News: Foreign Tick Spec...

Jul 6, 2018 by

  Ticks in the United States are becoming an increasingly alarming problem for both animals and humans. Not only do these...

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