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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Hello there! I'm Kate, and am a new intern for Pet Post. I grew up being deathly scared of dogs. Any size! You name it, I was afraid of it. I would cry if any dog got near me, and would avoid them at all cost.
All dogs are at risk of developing cancer and it is our responsibility as owners to be aware and informed of the symptoms, causes, and the proper treatment. Listed are certain signs that your pet may present to you: lymph nodes, unexplained bleeding, lameness, and even straining to urinate.
Two-time shelter dog, Super Smiley, is super smilin' to be tapped as this year's Official Spokes-Dog for the Hero Dog Awards, created by the American Humane Association to recognize the K9 heroes in our midst. In addition to being a therapy dog with Pet Partners and a HOPE Animal Assisted Crisis Response Dog, Super Smiley is on a mission to help all the shelter pets get adopted!
Spring and summer time is the time of year where dogs and cats are not only trying to stay cool but the infestation of fleas is on the rise. So what to do? And are there better medicines or methods to rid dogs and cats of the pesky flea?