Detanglers and wide-tooth combs can help your longhaired pet avoid painful mats. By: quinet Do you ever find yourself stuck in endless “sweeping” mode, where pet hair magically accumulates around the floors at breakneck speeds? Does that “dirty pet” smell re-infiltrate the home within days of a professional grooming? If you ever find yourself
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Days after a loyal canine kept a missing toddler company, another hero dog has stepped forward to help an innocent child. Last week, a curious 2-year-old wandered away from his Minnesota home, where he was playing with his family, and went missing, reports The Star Tribune. His relatives spent 30 minutes searching for the boy
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This article was first published on Time.com. Bringing a gift for your host when you’re visiting from out of town is often a courteous move and something that Turkmenistan’s president, Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov obviously believes in as he brought quite the gift for Russian president Vladimir Putin on a trip to the Bocharov Ruchei state residence
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You know that feeling you get when someone walks in unexpectedly and catches you doing something you’re not supposed to? Like stealing your sister’s favorite shirt, putting the milk back in the fridge with one sip left and eating chips while you’re “dieting” (that last one happens to me far more than is probably
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Vets use wellness exams to keep tabs on a pet’s weight, behavior and teeth health, among other things. By: Magic Madzik October is Pet Wellness Month, a celebration of people and their pets. And for me, wellness is the cornerstone of everything I do when it comes to caring for your pet. My job
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Michael Kelly, a blind man from California, is used to getting around with help from his certified seeing-eye dog, Kie. However, he’s not okay with other people who pretend to have service dogs who aren’t the real thing. Case in point: an incident at the Sacramento Light Rail regional transit station at 16th and Q
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Gretchen Byrne was taking a coffee break while patrolling on the midnight shift for the Coral Springs Police Department two years ago, when a hungry and pregnant female cat approached her in the shopping center parking lot. Byrne knew that the feline wouldn’t last long on the streets, especially with a heavily-traveled thoroughfare nearby. So
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Start making positive associations with dogs for your child early in their lives. By: llipkind Kids and dogs go together like peas in a pod. In the right environment, they can become best friends for life, a joy many of us experience every day. However, for children, it’s sometimes different. They can develop fears
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Ever seen a dog and a hummingbird share a water bowl? Video still via: Ed Gernon A once uncontrollable German shepherd mix named Rex has opened a new chapter in his life — becoming the kind of loving animal who enjoys nothing more than the company of a tiny bird. Recently, as Ed Gernon was walking Rex, his
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Astute fans may have noticed a new accessory around Ryan Gosling‘s neck recently: the dog tags of his beloved pup, George. And on The Ellen DeGeneres Show on Friday, Gosling confirmed some sad news: George died in December at the age of 17. “He was a good friend to me,” Gosling told DeGeneres, a fellow
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