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Keeping Your Horse Healthy as Temperatures Climb














By Mike James for Pet News and Views

We just welcomed autumn, and while we look forward to cooler temperatures, it’s important to note that those hot humid days are not behind us. Summer weather hasn’t left. When it comes to the hot weather, it can be uncomfortable and stressful for you and your horse.

With hotter weather [...]

6 Odd Cat Behaviors Explained



















By Michele C. Hollow for Pet News and Views

If  you have ever wondered why cats rub up against you, make mad dashes around the house late at night, or exhibit other somewhat odd behaviors, read on.

1. Why do cats run around the house late at night? Maybe it’s their way of saying “See, [...]

In Search of Wildlife

By Michele C. Hollow of Pet News and Views

Many of you know I have been writing about pets and wildlife at Parade, which makes it somewhat difficult in posting as often as I would like here.

I recently interviewed Yanni about his work on behalf of panadas, a marine and his service dog from Afghanistan being reunited [...]

Sunday is National Black Cat Appreciation Day

This is Karma, my black cat.

For Pet News and Views

August 17 is Black Cat Appreciation Day and the CATalyst Council, a national initiative comprised of animal health and welfare organizations working on behalf of cats, has some suggestions on how you can celebrate.  “Unfortunately, black cats are frequently in shelters longer than other cats because [...]

8 Reasons to Adopt A Senior Dog

By Nicola Reynor

Dogs that usually have trouble getting adopted are the ones with a little more grey on their muzzles. Our bias earns these dogs the tag of being “less adoptable.”

Dogs that are seven years or older are regarded as seniors.  Unfortunately, dogs five or older have a harder time getting adopted.  Most people prefer adopting [...]

NJ and NY Pass Ban on Ivory and Rhino Horn Trade

By Michele C. Hollow of Pet News and Views

NJ and NY Pass Bills to Save African Elephants and Rhinos

The New Jersey legislature passed S. 2012/A.3128, a bill that seeks to eliminate trade in ivory and rhinoceros horn. Introduced by Senator Raymond Lesniak (D-20) and Assemblyman Raj Mukherji (D-33), illegal trafficking of these wildlife products is directly responsible [...]

Spoil Your Cat Day

This is Stanley, the spokescat for the CATalyst Council.

By Michele C. Hollow of Pet News and Views

Dogs aren’t the only ones celebrating Take Your Dog to Work Day.  Cats have been looking forward to this day for a whole year!

“While Friday isn’t Take Your Cat to Work Day, why not make it your very own Spoil [...]

Quiz: Where to Meet Single Animal Lovers

(Photo courtesy of PetSmart Charities.)

By Michele C. Hollow of Pet News and Views

When you think about desirable qualities in a mate, it’s likely that “loves pets” is on the top of your list.

If that’s true, you’re in good company. A recent survey conducted by Match and PetSmart Charities found that 4 out of 5 singles are pet lovers. And, [...]

Dogs Left Inside Cars

(Courtesy of Pets Best.)


By Michele C. Hollow of Pet News and Views

I know that Pet News and Views’ readers would never leave their dogs or cats inside a car.  It could be life threatening for your pet.

According to Pets Best Insurance Services, today is National Heat Awareness Day.  If it is 68 degrees outside, the [...]