A Former Elvis Impersonator Adopts Elvis, the Dog Who No One Wanted
Elvis, the only dog who didn’t get adopted at Anti Cruelty’s Fall in Love adoption event, finally found a forever home with an owner who used to work as an Elvis Presley impersonator.
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Why Does My Dog Paw or "Dig" His Food Bowl?
Have you ever seen your pooch trying to fake bury his food by pawing at it? Don’t worry, the behavior might look odd at the very least, but it’s not a reason for concern. Here’s what dogs that dig, bury, or paw their food are trying to tell you with this behavior.
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Why is My Dog Vomiting White Foam?
The reasons for white foam vomiting can be many, and the cause might not be clear to you immediately. What’s even more frustrating, there are several possible causes for this occurrence.
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Scientists Finally Identify Mystery Dog Illness Sweeping America

If you are a dog owner in the United States, you have likely already seen the news reports about the mystery illness responsible for the deaths of several dogs, prompting veterinary professionals to caution pet parents about taking their pets out to public spaces.

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42% of Pet Parents Feel Caring for Pets is More Stressful Than Kids!

Pets can be an incredible addition to any family, but they can also come with a bit of stress. In fact, a recent study revealed that nearly half of pet parents shared that caring for their pet was more stressful than caring for their partner or even their children!

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Jolly Pets’ Annual “#WeGiveaJolly” Campaign Helps Shelter Dogs
Starting from November 28th until December 25th, Jolly Pets will donate a high-quality toy for every single purchase made. The toys will go to rescue dogs at 19 animal shelters in the USA, each represented by the influencer ambassadors, as announced by the marketing director of Jolly Pets, Louisa Casto.
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Felix Cat Insurance Will Pay Your Engagement Ring – On One Condition
If you're ready to tie the knot, you should know that there’s a way to make this special occasion even more memorable – and get an engagement ring of your choice for free.
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Adopter Visits a Dog Every Day for 2 Months to Earn the Pet's Trust
Alva, a fearful dog who spent over 500 days at Austin Pets Alive! shelter has found a loving home thanks to an adopter who believed in her.
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Dave Bautista Teams Up With the ASPCA for Giving Tuesday

With an estimated 3.1 million dogs entering U.S. animal shelters every year, the need for funding and support is evident. For many, this is a call to action to find ways to make a difference – including for Guardians of the Galaxy actor Dave Bautista.

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Should I Bathe My Dog During Winter?
You can bathe your dog during winter, but it's essential to be mindful of the temperature of the room and water, the drying process, and your dog's individual needs. Here's what you need to know beforehand.
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Scientists Finally Know Why Cats Love Tuna So Much
No food is more synonymous with cats than tuna. Finally, scientists have learned why cats love tuna so much.
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Rover Releases the Most Popular Pet Names of 2023

Whether you’re stumped for a name for your new dog or cat, or you’re just curious to know what people are naming their pets these days, Rover has some answers for you. The company released a list of the most popular pet names of 2023, and the 11th annual Top Pet Names Report also sheds light on the inspiration behind the names.


Here are some of the interesting findings that Rover shared.

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Study Finds That Cats Have Hundreds of Facial Expressions

If you’ve lived with cats for any length of time, you know that they express themselves in a variety of ways, and their faces can tell you a lot. Yet, there are some people who think that cats are expressionless, especially when compared to other animals. Well, science has once again come through to prove that cats are social and communicative; you just have to know how to read them.

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Research Finds That Rats Have Imagination

Do animals have imagination? Many people wonder if animals are capable of imagining things in their minds the same way that humans can. Could a rat, for example, use their imagination? Recent research has shown that, yes, they can, at least to a similar degree as people.

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Royal Corgis Make Way for Jack Russell Terriers

New palace pooches get the royal treatment they deserve.

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Study Finds That Pet Owners Experience Slower Cognitive Decline
Scientists from the University of Maryland wanted to examine the link between pet ownership and changes in cognitive function of community-dwelling seniors
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