Veterinary technicians (or vet techs for short) are one of the many unsung heroes of animal welfare. They play an integral role in keeping the pets healthy and happy during their stay at the animal shelter. Unfortunately, not many people…Read More »
The French bulldog with a curious Mexican flair dispels the myths
Bonjour amigos! I hope you’ve been well. In case you missed it, my last post in the “Preguntale a Pierre” series revealed that I am a dog living with…
Most of us have heard about the obesity epidemic in America, but did you know it’s not just people who are gaining an alarming amount of weight? Recent studies show that between 40 – 50% of pet cats are overweight. …Read More »
Dog breeders that run puppy mills care primarily about making a profit. Their focus is on maximizing the number of puppies they can sell. The health and welfare of the puppies and the mothers producing them is of secondary concern.…Read More »
When I found my dog, Boo Boo, wandering the streets last fall, it was obvious she had some problems. For starters, she was much too thin (she resembled a bobble head). She also had large patches of hair missing from…Read More »
All across America horses are suffering. They are being abused, abandoned, starved, left to fend for themselves in the Wild, and killed. The fall of our economy has taken a lethal toll on one of our most hard-working, loyal and…Read More »
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I know my parents love me to death and this is why I also know they’ve been pretty close to having heart attacks many times since I came into their lives. I am, what humans would call, very adventurous and…Read More »
June 06, 2012 | Posted by Aimee G. in Pet Adoption, Pet Care, Pet Events, Pet Identification, Pet Microchipping, Resources, Spay & Neuterno comments Tweet
Here at Found Animals we are always looking for creative new ways to help our furry friends. We find that of the very best ways to get exposed to great ideas and fantastic programs is to get together with other…Read More »
June 01, 2012 | Posted by Deva C. in Pet Care, Pet Identification, Pet Microchipping1 comment Tweet
Are your pets ready for anything? June is National Disaster Preparedness Month, and my cats Pumpkin and Bean are excited to share some tips and tricks for creating your pet preparedness plan.
Protecting the animals you love is a load…Read More »