The Pet Post. Where People With Pets Connect. The Pet Post is an online pet media publication connecting pet owners with pet products and services. We publish pet related articles covering topics from pet care, volunteering, pet health, and community pet stories. We provide a quality platform where businesses communicate directly with viewers to offer quality services and products.
The Pet Post will be presenting A Second Chance Pet Adoption and Pet Fair, an important, fun, and exciting community event created to support a very important cause, pet adoption.
Animal shelters and animal rescue groups are the best source when searching for a pet. There are hundreds of pets within our cities that are retained in local animal shelters or rescue groups hoping to be placed in happy and healthy homes.
These pets have either wandered away from their homes or they were surrendered to animal shelters or rescue groups by their owners for a variety of reasons.
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Long Beach, CA – April 13, 2014 The Pet Post hosted their bi-annual A Second Chance Pet Adoption and Pet Fair, which provided the opportunity for 18 displaced pets (14 dogs & 4 cats) to secure new homes.
Summer weather can be dangerous for dogs. A car interior, for example, can reach 120 degrees F within just 30 minutes, even though it's only 85 outside and the windows are cracked. Such high temps can cause heatstroke in pets, resulting in irreversible organ damage or even death, according to the Humane Society of the United States. In addition to never leaving your dogs in the car, take other actions to keep them safe during the summer months.
The dorm days are over. You've graduated from microwave meals and flip-flops in the shower to full-fledged independence. Look at you, all grown up and dominating life. You're balancing work, school and your flourishing social life like a boss. Now that you've mastered self-care, its only natural to put your newfound self-sufficiency to the test. What's next? Before total world domination comes "puppy fever."
With the 2013 holiday season behind us, many households in America may very well be adjusting to a new family member, such as a new puppy or a kitten. Now that the initial joy and surprise has worn off a bit, it's time to start thinking about ways to make sure the new addition to your household is kept happy, healthy, and safe. Perhaps unsurprisingly, technology has provided a number of attractive options for safeguarding the well-being of your pet. Here are some ideas to get you started.