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In response to continued stories of dogs left in hot cars in the summer that die, the Colorado legislature passed a dog-in-car-law that clearly outlines what concerned people can do to save pets or at-risk people left in locked cars. This article covers basic facts...

Since June is National Adopt A Cat Month, we’re focusing on cats, what makes a cat friendly hospital, and why that’s so great for your felines. Did You Know: Cats get far less veterinary care than dogs, according to a veterinary usage study. One of the main...

If left untreated, dog heat stroke and cat heat stroke are deadly to your beloved pets, and it can occur through exposure to sun and excessive heat (non-exertional heat stroke), or through exercising too much in the hot sun (exertional heat stroke). Regardless of how...

This month, we’re focusing on signs of heat stroke in dogs & cats, and tips to avoid this deadly condition for your beloved pet. Despite repeated news coverage about the dangers of heat stroke, we continue to hear stories about pets left outside on hot...

Lost and found pets stories are heart-warming and show the importance of getting your pets microchipped. Here’s a look at some wonderful stories of lost or stolen pets who were reunited with their pet parents thanks to the technology of pet microchips. Lost and Found Pets...