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PetMD Editorial
Jan 17,2020

The wildfires in Australia are having an absolutely devastating effect on humans and animals alike. According to CNN, over 17.9 million acres of land have been scorched by the fires—which is an area larger than the countries of Belgium and Denmark combined. (The tragic wildfires in California in…

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PetMD Editorial
Nov 13,2019

It’s no longer uncommon to see Golden Retrievers or Labradors wondering around airports providing busy travelers with a moment of calmness. Therapy dogs have become a part of airport strategies to help people cope with the chaos of travel, but one airport has taken a different approach to…

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PetMD Editorial
Oct 30,2019

While the debate over emotional support animals (ESAs) on planes rages on, one airline is working to help service dogs get the experience they need to become expert travelers.

Alaska Airlines has partnered with Guide Dogs for the Blind (GDB) to host their sixth annual, free event to help…

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PetMD Editorial
Oct 30,2019

By now, you have probably seen the viral video of Cinderblock, the overweight cat, doing the absolute least when it comes to her exercise regime.

The video hit Reddit and instantly went viral with Cinderblock showing up on local and national news channels for her complete lack of…

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PetMD Editorial
Jan 16,2019

Image via Facebook/Humane Society of Tampa Bay

In response to the ongoing government shutdown, the Humane Society of Tampa Bay announced on Tuesday, via its Facebook page, that they will be offering free pet food for government employees.

During normal business hours, any currently…

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PetMD Editorial
Jan 07,2019

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A new California state law went into place on Jan. 1, 2019, that requires all pet stores to only sell dogs, cats and rabbits that come from rescue organizations instead of breeders. Any pet store that violates the new law will be fined $500.

California’…

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PetMD Editorial
Dec 28,2018

Image via WCTV

Figuring out what to do with your live Christmas tree once the holiday celebrations are over can be tricky. This year, Wild Adventures has a solution for residents in and around Valdosta, Georgia.

That’s right, Wild Adventures is accepting Christmas tree…

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