Old Dog Haven Gives Senior Pets Homes and Dignity


A non-profit organization out of Arlington, Washington ensures the last days for senior pets are comfortable and happy in their furever homes. The post Old Dog Haven Gives Senior Pets Homes and Dignity appeared first on PetGuide.

Hot Dog: The $5 billion Uberesque Dog Sitting Market


The UBER-like dog-sitting market is heating up. Not only does it create fierce competition between fast-growing companies like Rover and DogVacay, but investors are also pouring in money at a tempo similar to the ride-sharing and food delivery markets. Last week, the online platform for dog owners Rover raised $40M in a Series E round…

Aging Cats: What is Normal, What is Disease?

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Aging is inevitable for cats and humans. According to the American Association of Feline Practitioners Life Stage Guidelines, cats are considered “mature” between the ages of 7 and 10, “senior” between the ages of 11 and 14, and “geriatric” over the age of 15. Aging is a slow and gradual process, and it’s important to…

Are Your Dog’s Kisses Making You Sick?!?!

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Before you read any further, ask yourself: if your dog’s kisses made you sick, would you stop kissing them? Personally, I’ve never had a reason to suspect my precious pup has “given” me anything that led to sickness, so I probably wouldn’t stop smooching my number one mutt. But then again, I’m not a doctor.…

Pet Tech: How The PetPace Smart Collar Data Is Improving Pet Health and Wellness

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Imagine being able to continuously monitor your pet’s vital signs and activity by using a rechargeable smart collar and computer app. PetPace’s new technology now makes this possible. In perspective Mark Epstein, DVM, Medical Director, TotalBond Veterinary Hospitals, says this latest advance in pet care is crucial, since cats and dogs can’t tell us what’s going on. Although veterinarians are … Read More

PetPace Alongside One of 2015’s Newest Animal Advocates, Hilary Swank

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This week, PetPace was honored to be displayed alongside an interview with one of this year’s newest animal advocates, Hilary Swank. This article, featured in USA Today’s Pet Wellness insert on 12/17, details Swank’s mission to connect pets in need with children who can benefit from the human animal bond. No oneanimals includedshould feel discarded by society, Swank says. If … Read More