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 along with nearly 20 non-profit animal rescue groups and 30 local vendors cordially invite you to attend one of the largest pet adoption and pet fair events to take place during 2014 in the greater Long Beach area.
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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"Susie's Hope" is a feature film based on the true life story of a NC dog who was set on fire in 2010. Susie survived and now is an inspirational spokes-dog standing against animal cruelty. Super Smiley is Super smilin' to call Susie his friend and to be in NC supporting her at the Premier.
Long Beach, CA - March 21, 2013 Long Beach City Prosecutor Doug Haubert and Long Beach Animal Care Services hosted their second annual Animal Care and Cruelty Prevention Conference. This important and informative community event focused on educating the public regarding what is the proper way to care for cats and dogs and how to recognize inappropriate conduct towards pets by other pet owners.
Many dogs have what is referred to as Patellar Luxation or in laymen terms—"trick" knees. This condition is common with small and large dogs, and may be a condition of some of our feline friends. Like humans, a dog's kneecaps (patella) are an important component of the knee joint.
Spring has sprung and lily flowers are in abundance. Growing in our gardens or bought as flower arrangements for our homes, lilies provide an incredible beauty and smell to our surroundings. But cat owners beware; these attractive flowers are extremely toxic and should be kept away from your feline friends. Cats and kittens are at risk of being poisoned if they eat any part of the lily flower or come in contact with its pollen.