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  • Pet Halloween costumes from EntirelyPets

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    Monday October 13th, 2014 at 06:34 PM


    If you love Halloween, chances are you like to include your pets in the fun! Luckily there are a lot of great costume options for pets at EntirelyPets. We had a lot of fun picking out some costumes for our review, as you can see below, there are some REALLY cute options! Quick note, although Baby loves wearing clothing, she hates wearing things on her head.

    This bee costume is the cutest thing ever. The dress is adorable, easy to put on, and the costume comes with cute little antennas too....

  • War Dogs

    from 4 The Love of Animals

    Monday October 13th, 2014 at 08:21 AM


    War Dogs: Tales of Canine Heroism, History, and Love is an amazing book about truly amazing dogs.

    We often hear about dogs serving together with our military, but seldom do we get to hear their stories. In War Dogs, we get to learn more about the furry fighters, those they serve with, and so much more.

    I loved learning about how dogs first came to be soldiers. It was also interesting to see the photos and read accounts about dog heroes. And yes, there are some sad parts as well, as with...

  • Pets Aplenty Blog Tour

    from 4 The Love of Animals

    Friday October 10th, 2014 at 08:08 AM


    Pets Aplenty is a humorous book written by Malcolm Welshman, a retired vet who has worked at London Zoo, in a small animal hospital, and as a consultant dealing with exotics. He has written for newspapers such as The Sunday Times and The Daily Mail and national magazines including The Lady, Yours, Cat World and Dogs Today and was the My Weekly vet for fifteen years. He is a BBC Radio panelist and a guest speaker worldwide on cruise ships.

    This is actually the third book in his vet series. I...

  • Three Easy Ways to Keep Your Pet Healthy and Happy #GetHealthyHappy

    from 4 The Love of Animals

    Friday October 10th, 2014 at 05:35 AM


    Recently we have been sharing different ways to have healthy pets. Hopefully you have enjoyed the information from the Healthier Pets. Happier Lives campaign.

    Today is our last post in the series so we wanted to recap three easy ways to keep your pet healthy and happy.

    Regular Vet Visits

    Did you know that not visiting a vet for a year is like you avoiding your doctor for five years? Regular vet visits are important for many reasons, and can help your vet notice any problems early. Regular visits...

  • Tex For Mayor 2014

    from 4 The Love of Animals

    Wednesday October 8th, 2014 at 05:56 AM


    Tex is one of 14 dog candidates running for a two year term to serve as the first canine mayor of Salt Lake County. American Dog Rescue Foundation and its founder Arthur Benjamin need YOUR votes to help Tex win!

    Tex is a death-row rescue from eight years ago. From death row to possibly becoming the first K9 Major of Salt Lake City! Read all about Texs campaign and initiatives at http://tex4mayor.com, and then be sure to cast your vote for Tex.

    Votes are cast October 1-21 by making a donation...

  • Top 7 Halloween Pet Safety Tips

    from 4 The Love of Animals

    Tuesday October 7th, 2014 at 05:54 PM


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  • Simple tips for happy pets. #GetHappyHealthy

    from 4 The Love of Animals

    Friday September 26th, 2014 at 05:15 AM


    While regular vet visits and proper nutrition are the foundation, your pets mental well being is just as important! Luckily keeping your pet happy can be a lot of fun for both of you. Today we are talking about the special extras. You know, the little things that can really make a difference. It doesnt take much to pamper your pet!

    Here are our top 3 ways to give your pet the little extras that make a big impact! Be sure to read to the end of the article too, Hills is giving away dog and cat...

  • It’s Deaf Dog Awareness Week

    from 4 The Love of Animals

    Thursday September 25th, 2014 at 08:01 AM

    Did you know that it is Deaf Dog Awareness Week? Did you also know that Dalmatians are most likely to be deaf, in fact 30% of Dalmatians are born deaf in either one or both ears.

    Today we would like to introduce you to TN Safety Spotters! This group is made up of rescues that are trained with American Sign Language and hand commands. They are then trained to become registered therapy dogs.

    I didnt know this, but the Dalmatian Club of American mandates euthanasia of all deaf pups. How truly...

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