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PetMD Editorial
Dec 21,2018

Image via Facebook/Bored Panda In a video uploaded by the TBS television network, magician John Stessel performed magic tricks for shelter dogs in an effort to get them adopted from the Town of Hempstead Animal Shelter in New York City over the holidays. The video was uploaded on Dec. 17 and… Read More

PetMD Editorial
Dec 11,2018

Image via Facebook/Red Canary Tattoo Red Canary Tattoo in Thurmont, Maryland is offering certain types of cat tattoos for one week—Dec. 10-16—and the money raised will go towards Cuddles Cat Rescue. Cuddles Cat Rescue is a nonprofit that takes in cats from the community, gets them spayed and… Read More

PetMD Editorial
Dec 10,2018

Image via Facebook/Cen-Tex Kennel Club The Cen-Tex Kennel Club of Central Texas is raising money to purchase and donate specialty pet oxygen masks to local firefighters. The kennel club raised $1,500 last month, which is enough for 17 animal oxygen mask kits. These kits include a range of oxygen… Read More

PetMD Editorial
Dec 05,2018

Image via Facebook/Palm Harbor Fire Rescue Ruby the puppy has a story that has touched the hearts of many. When she was just a few months old, the lives of her owner and canine sibling were sadly taken during a house fire in Blakely, Georgia. Many assumed she had perished too, but two days later as… Read More

PetMD Editorial
Nov 23,2018

Image via Facebook/Franklin County Dog Shelter & Adoption Center The Franklin County Dog Shelter & Adoption Center in Ohio introduced a program called “Holiday Sleepover” where residents can take home a dog for three days over Thanksgiving, Christmas or New Years. According to 10 TV, the… Read More

PetMD Editorial
Nov 15,2018

Image via iStock.com/stevenallan On November 13, a bill was signed into law in Atlanta that bans pet stores from selling dogs and cats to customers. According to AJC, the law is intended as a preventative measure—as officials weren’t aware of any pet stores selling dogs and cats in the city. “I… Read More

PetMD Editorial
Nov 14,2018

Image via Facebook/Rick Fisher's Photography Rick Fisher was diagnosed with ALS back in March of this year. He was told he only had 10 months to live. He tells ABC 11, "I always thought I was going to live to be like my dad.” He continues, “He was 88. So, when you're 69 and someone… Read More