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Keep Your Pets and Kids Safe

April 20th, 2019

Every year, a countless number of children are bitten by man’s best friend. Many times these bites could have been avoided by educating children on how to interact with dogs and other animals around them. Reminding children that animals are sentient beings who express their feelings with their bodies is imperative in order for them […]

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NHES Helps Wildlife And You Can, Too!

March 19th, 2019

In honor of World Wildlife Day on March 3rd, let’s take a look at the steps The National Humane Education Society (NHES) has taken to help endangered wildlife, as well as simple steps you can take to make a positive impact on the wildlife in your community. The monarch butterfly is one of the most […]

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Pet Parent Survival Tips

March 16th, 2019

Puppy breath, kitten mews, bursts of playtime, and cuddling sessions are the many joys one can expect when choosing to adopt a puppy or kitten. Being a new pet parent to an adorable bundle of fur is an exciting adventure, but it can also be an exhausting one. Before taking the plunge, consider pet-sitting for […]

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Help Decrease Pet Homelessness

February 2nd, 2019

There is something about puppies and kittens that can bring smiles and joy to the cloudiest of days. Their cuteness factor is undeniable. Their capacity to help bring calm in the midst of stress is proven and much needed in a world surrounded by busyness. The downside to puppies and kittens is when their cute […]

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Feral Cat Colonies

January 24th, 2019

Cat colonies exist throughout the United States because people have neglected to spay or neuter their cats. This problem becomes compounded when companion cats are allowed to roam outdoors and breed. Their offspring can reproduce as early as four months of age and colony populations explode if left unattended. When looking for solutions to help […]

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