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  • Pets help homeless youth

    Pets help homeless youth

    Pets may bring many health benefits to homeless children, but they can also make it tougher to find shelter or to use other social services, new Canadian research suggests.

    Pets may bring many health benefits to homeless children, but they can also make it tougher to find shelter or to use other social services, new Canadian research suggests.

  • Why doesn't my cat like catnip?

    Why doesn't my cat like catnip?

    Believe or not, some cats just aren’t drawn to catnip. Here’s why.

    Believe or not, some cats just aren’t drawn to catnip. Here’s why.

  • Pet-proof your home for holiday safety

    Pet-proof your home for holiday safety

    With the holidays fast approaching, you want to keep your pets in mind as you begin creating a festive atmosphere.
    Owning a cat or dog is a joy, but like with most joyful things in life, taking care of them requires a bit of sacrifice. With the holidays fast approaching, you want to keep your pets in mind as you begin creating a festive atmosphere.
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  • Sugar-free gum can be deadly for dogs

    Sugar-free gum can be deadly for dogs

    Here's an alert for all dog lovers: Sugarless chewing gum isn't good for your pooch. In fact, it could be deadly.

    Here's an alert for all dog lovers: Sugarless chewing gum isn't good for your pooch. In fact, it could be deadly.

  • Your Valentine’s Day date could be a dog, and we mean that literally

    Your Valentine’s Day date could be a dog, and we mean that literally

    Valentine's Day is around the corner and you just realized that you don't have a date. How about giving man's best friend a shot?

    Valentine's Day is around the corner and you just realized that you don't have a date. How about giving man's best friend a shot?

  • Pet pooch may help ease PTSD in veterans

    Pet pooch may help ease PTSD in veterans

    Dogs may be more than best friends for military veterans struggling with post-traumatic stress disorder, a small study suggests.

    Dogs may be more than best friends for military veterans struggling with post-traumatic stress disorder, a small study suggests.

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