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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With Labor Day upon us, many people consider this the last weekend of the summer. Millions of people will scurry out of town to enjoy the outdoors before the cold weather sets in confining them to the indoors. If you are amongst those people and you are planning to take your dog, it is important to remember a few things to ensure that your trip with your pet-pal is safe and enjoyable.
Politics got a lot cuter recently with the addition of President Barack Obama's new Portuguese Water Dog-Sunny. Sunny is 14 months old and hails from Michigan. The Obama family already owns a Portuguese Water Dog named Bo, whom they adopted in 2009.
Long Beach, CA – We paw-ndered how to present the message of Kindness to animals... and landed on an UBER great way to do it! The Kindness Film Festival!
The Paw Project. Coming to The Art Theater Sunday Sept. 29, 2013. An inspiring David and Goliath story documentary of veterinarian Dr. Jennifer Conrad's grassroots movement to protect felines, both large and small, from the cruelty of declawing.
July 28th – Santa Monica, California, 4th Annual Film Awareness Festival presented The Paw Project, a documentary created to educate the public on the painful and crippling effects of cat declawing. The mission of The Paw Project not only educates the public on the inhumane practice of cat declawing but it is a persuasive documentary to eradicate the practice of animal declawing surgery in the state of California and ultimately through the United States.