Category: News

Jun 30, 2016 News

Dog lovers are delighted when they can bring in their pup to a restaurant or jog alongside Spot during a 5K. But how does a pet parent find out where dogs are approved?

Darcy Graham launched Woof Along. It’s a site for...

Dec 28, 2015 News

In 2016, the Federal Bureau of Investigation will begin collecting data on animal abuse across the country, which will help give activists and researchers a better understanding of how to prevent animal cruelty.

“The agency will collect information on reports of...

Mar 11, 2014 News

By Dr. Karen Becker

I’ve written many articles here at Mercola Healthy Pets about the jerky pet treats imported from China that have sickened over 4,500 pets and killed 600 dogs over the last seven years. Each time I write an...

Nov 18, 2013 News

Sugar Substitute is Toxic to Pets

Xylitol is a sugar substitute commonly used in toothpastes, mouthwash, sugarless gum, certain cough medicines and children’s chewable multi-vitamins. It also used in many baked goods and candies. This product is recommended for diabetics and those following...

Mar 14, 2013 News

By Christina Corbin

It was an August morning two years ago when Maggie, a spry, 7-year-old border collie, slipped through the backyard fence of her family’s suburban Oregon home. Minutes later, she was dead – her neck snapped by a body-gripping...

Feb 26, 2013 News

When man falls on hard times, what’s his best friend to do?

A new donation-based program called Pet Food Stamps aims to provide food stamps for pets of low-income families and for food stamp recipients who otherwise could not afford to feed their pets,...

Jan 1, 2013 News

German Shepherd BRIDGES rescued to be shot days later by a boarding facility owner!  PLEASE SIGN THE PETITION TO BRING CRIMINAL CHARGES AGAINST HIS KILLER!

Target: GEORGIA state law enforcement and the SPCA Sponsored by: lauren bjorklund

This young German Shepherd “Bridges” was...