Month: January 2018

The nose always knows and a Waterville, Maine, dog’s sniffer got a whiff of smoke early Wednesday morning. According to a press release from the Waterville Fire Department, firefighters received a call about a house fire in the area at one o’clock in the morning on Jan. 3. The homeowners were able to call for
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Skin infections in canine, is one of the most common reason for vet visits by pet parents. Pups, being with low immune system are at a greater risk of falling into skin problems. Fleas and ticks, external parasites, environmental changes, food allergies, etc all contribute to skin issues in dogs. A pet parent can look
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Caring for a special needs cat can help you learn more about their condition. By: normalityrelief Peggy Sue “was thrown out of a car window, covered with cigarette burns,” Lisa Ruoppolo of Hope Alliance Inc. recalls. The cat was actually diagnosed as having post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and “has very bad anxiety.” So she’s on
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