Month: October 2017

(Picture Credit: Getty Images) Basal cell carcinomas and tumors are the most common forms of skin cancer found in dogs. Most basal cell tumors in dogs are benign, though they can become malignant. Malignant tumors are referred to as “carcinomas”. When they are caught early, most basal cell carcinomas can be treated without further complications, usually
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Astute fans may have noticed a new accessory around Ryan Gosling‘s neck recently: the dog tags of his beloved pup, George. And on The Ellen DeGeneres Show on Friday, Gosling confirmed some sad news: George died in December at the age of 17. “He was a good friend to me,” Gosling told DeGeneres, a fellow
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Man’s best friend can also be his protector. On Tuesday, William Odom, 2, of Saucier, Missouri, went missing from his home, reports WBTV. His parents, the Harrison County Sheriff’s Department and the neighborhood all joined together to search for the child, who they worried could be alone and in danger. Once the group found the
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We’ve seen tall cats and long tails, but this is our first tremendous tongue. Mochi is now the proud owner of the Guinness World Record for Longest Dog Tongue (current). The award-winning appendage is an eye-popping 7.3 in. — that’s longer than Gene Simmons’ tongue! Mochi, a rescue St. Bernard living in South Dakota, loves
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Trouble deciding to spay or neuter your dog? We separate fact from fiction to help you make an informed decision about this important procedure. MYTH: My dog will get fat and lazy.FACT: The only way your dog will get fat and lazy is if you do not provide enough exercise and feed him too much.
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Los Angeles International Airport is working to make the friendly skies even kinder, following the devastating shooting in Las Vegas on Sunday night. LAX is fighting the despair caused by the worst shooting in modern American history with extra doses of love. On Monday, airport staff announced they would be increasing the number of comfort
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Why Does My Dog Lean On Me? (Picture Credit: @bellaccini’s Instagram) Does your dog lean? Most dog owners have experienced a dog leaning on their legs at least once in their life. Your dog simply sits or stands next to you and casually leans a bulk of her weight against your calf. And, more often
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Thank you so much to everyone who entered our Halloween Photo Contest! There were so many amazing entries — all your dogs are so good-looking and so well-behaved! We received more than 100 entries and from those, we randomly selected five finalists. The finalists are featured below, and now we need your vote to determine our
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When someone refers to a “Pit Bull puppy,” you can probably picture a certain kind of dog in your head, but you might be interested to know that there is no such breed as “Pit Bull.” The term Pit Bull actually refers to a few different breeds, including the American Staffordshire Terrier, the American Bully, and
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(Photo Credit: Shutterstock) The vitamin and supplement business for humans is a multi-billion dollar industry. Many pet owners also feel that if supplements are good for them, they must be good for their pets too. However, before giving out supplements to your pup like treats, you should consider if they are something your pet actually
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(Picture Credit: Getty Images) Question: How do I know if my dog is bored? Answer: A good indication your dog is bored is that you don’t come back to the same house in the evening that you left in the morning. A bored dog is likely to be a destructive dog–chewing up curtains, tearing up
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(Picture Credit: Getty Images) Question: How do I find and remove a tick from my dog? Answer: How to find ticks During tick season — which is spring and summer in some places, but can be year-round in milder climates — give your dog a tick check after every walk outside in brush or woods.
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(Picture Credit: Getty Images) August 30th is National Holistic Pet Day! Humans have been using healing herbs for as long as there have been humans and herbs to heal them. Many of those same natural remedies may be effective in treating your dog for a variety of ailments, if used in the right ways. In
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