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PetMD Editorial
Aug 08,2016

This is Browser, a cat who lives (and, yes, works) at theWhite Settlement Public Library in Texas. The feline was brought into the library six years ago to help with the building's mouse problem. But earlier this summer, Browser made headlines when city officials threatened to evict him from… Read More

PetMD Editorial
Jul 14,2016

A dog named Jack Sparrow is lucky to be alive after ingesting methamphetamine. According to a press release from the Fontana Police Department inFontana, California, regarding this animal cruelty case, the Chihuahua was broughtto the Inland Valley Veterinary Specialists & Emergency Center in… Read More

PetMD Editorial
Jul 05,2016

While we want to smother our pets with affection (and vice versa), sometimes this love can come with a dangerous health risk. In a shocking case that came out of England, a 70-year-old woman was diagnosed with sepsis and multiorgan dysfunction.The cause? Her dog lickedher. According to the medical… Read More

PetMD Editorial
Jun 28,2016

It's the latest cat video trend. But just like some popular ones before it, this viral fad may be more cruel than it is cute. The Huffington Post recently shared a video compilation of pet parents recording their cat's reaction to eating cold treatslike ice cream and popsicles. The cats… Read More

PetMD Editorial
Jun 21,2016

Cabernet, merlot, and chiantican now becat-bernet, meow-lot, and kitty-anti. A Denver-based company called Apollo Peak has created a wine for cats to drink, made with fresh beet juice, organic catnip, and natural preservatives. According to the Apollo Peak website, the non-alcoholic beverage will… Read More

PetMD Editorial
Jun 16,2016

Let this serve as a warning to any pet parent (or parent in general, really) that has Gorilla Glue in their households: keep it far away fromanyone or anything that could get to it. Case in point: A6-month-old puppy named Lake ingested the extra-strength glue and started vomiting. Lake's owner… Read More

PetMD Editorial
Jun 08,2016

Pet obesity is always a weighty subject (so to speak) and a recent study from the Association for Pet Obesity Prevention(APOP) just tipped the scales in a shocking new direction for the epidemic. According to the American Veterinary Medical Foundation, the findings from APOP discovered that "… Read More