Best known for saving lives and helping in disasters, the American Red Cross has launched an app and its Cat and Dog First Aid online course so that pet parents will know what to do in an emergency until veterinary care is available.
The sight of animals injured or abandoned in the wake of a disaster brings out an emotional response in most anyone seeing images of pets in jeopardy. May is time to prepare and with help from FEMA, we’ve got some ideas.
If you live anywhere like Atlanta – the city that turns yellow in the spring – you know about allergies. Allergic reactions usually arise from harmless compounds, but as in humans, if left untreated, pet allergies can become serious.
One of America’s most common personal goals is to lose weight, and statistics prove there’s good reason to share that goal with our dogs and cats. Our pets can live longer and love us longer if we do. And if we don’t…?
Springtime is here and that means we’ll be cracking out herbicides and fertilizers to kill weeds and enrich our lawns and gardens. Here’s why you should think twice.
Loving on and kissing your pet hedgehog could lead to Salmonella infection according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The CDC is investigating a multi-state outbreak of Salmonella.