The biggest fear of any animal lover is losing a pet. Whether it’s your dog running out the front door, someone accidentally leaving the side gate open for your cat, or your bunny rabbit escaping through a hole in the…Read More »
In Thanksgivings past, we have shared gratitude from a pet’s POV and recognized our 2012 successes. This year, we want to collectively acknowledge the great strides taken in 2013 to help our furry friends — by the numbers!
- 325 pets
It’s that time of year again and we have your 2013 gift guide to help you select the perfect present for the special dog or dog lover in your life. Many of the items on this list (including items in…Read More »
It’s that time of year again and we have your 2013 gift guide to help you select the purr-fect present for that crazy cat lady or cat man in your life. Every seller in this gift guide (including the Found…Read More »
Before the days of processed dry kibble and canned pet food, dogs were fed mostly table scraps. After the Great Depression, food rationing meant less table scraps for Fido to eat, and without any government regulations in place for what…Read More »
Have you ever been told that your pet’s microchip no longer works, or cannot be picked up by a scanner? Perhaps someone claimed it was an “international microchip” that won’t be read in the United States. Or, maybe your pet’s…Read More »
With the holidays come holiday dinners, which can spell disaster for your pet if they ingest something that can be toxic or harmful to them.
For dogs, rich, fatty foods, such as scraps of fat from the Thanksgiving turkey, gravy…
This guest blog was written by Mrs. Amy F. mom to Bonnie (Bonita) and friend of Found Animals.
Happy Pet Diabetes Month, everyone! I’m happy to report our Bonita is doing very well. I have previously blogged about our experience…
As a dog ages, they often develop spongy lumps, called lipomas, on their bodies. These lumps are usually fatty tumors and no reason to worry. If the lump in question is soft and round with well defined edges, this is…Read More »
Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) technology is the force behind all pet microchips, including Found Animals chips. These RFID devices are tiny transponders, smaller than a grain of rice, which can be implanted in pets and carry unique identifying numbers. However,…Read More »