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  • Travel and hotel for dogs and owners

    Travel and hotel for dogs and owners

    Monday, August 18 2014 11:02 PM EDT2014-08-19 03:02:45 GMT
    Lots of people love their pet so much they hate to be apart even on vacation. So one New York City hotel is offering to put up you and your pooch. The Out Hotel in Hell's Kitchen will soon be offering two dog house suites. For $349 a night you can check in with your pet. Your pup will have its own doggy door leading to a private courtyard fixed up with a dog house and fake fire hydrant.
    Lots of people love their pet so much they hate to be apart even on vacation. So one New York City hotel is offering to put up you and your pooch. The Out Hotel in Hell's Kitchen will soon be offering two dog house suites. For $349 a night you can check in with your pet. Your pup will have its own doggy door leading to a private courtyard fixed up with a dog house and fake fire hydrant.
  • Shaming New Yorkers who don't scoop dog poop

    Shaming New Yorkers who don't scoop dog poop

    Wednesday, August 13 2014 9:24 AM EDT2014-08-13 13:24:33 GMT
    Shame can be a powerful motivator. Some New Yorkers hope it will be enough to get people to clean up after their dogs. His owner says Snoopy doesn't think he's a dog. But just like both man and beast, sometimes Snoopy poops. When he does drop something requiring scooping, his owner vows she picks it up. She says the other people in her Castle Hill, the Bronx, housing complex do the same for their dogs.
    Shame can be a powerful motivator. Some New Yorkers hope it will be enough to get people to clean up after their dogs. His owner says Snoopy doesn't think he's a dog. But just like both man and beast, sometimes Snoopy poops. When he does drop something requiring scooping, his owner vows she picks it up. She says the other people in her Castle Hill, the Bronx, housing complex do the same for their dogs.
  • What makes an aggressive dog, and how you can spot one

    What makes an aggressive dog, and how you can spot one

    You see a Rottweiler standing next to a poodle and a Chihuahua. Which dog is most likely to bite you?
    You see a Rottweiler standing next to a poodle and a Chihuahua. Which dog is most likely to bite you?
  • Cat bites may lead to serious infections, hospitalizations

    Cat bites may lead to serious infections, hospitalizations

    Cat bites may look less serious than dog bites, but beware: They can cause dangerous infections, particularly when they involve the hand, new research indicates.
    Cat bites may look less serious than dog bites, but beware: They can cause dangerous infections, particularly when they involve the hand, new research indicates.
  • Does your cat even care about you?

    Does your cat even care about you?

    Tuesday, December 17 2013 10:27 PM EST2013-12-18 03:27:07 GMT
    For all you cat lovers out there, brace yourselves. It's a dog-eat-dog world, and an English college professor is about to break some bad news. We won't say your cat hates you. It is worse. Professor Daniel Mills, in his yet to be published study, says your cat doesn't really care about you at all.
    For all you cat lovers out there, brace yourselves. It's a dog-eat-dog world, and an English college professor is about to break some bad news. We won't say your cat hates you. It is worse. Professor Daniel Mills, in his yet to be published study, says your cat doesn't really care about you at all.
  • Cats might fare better with vaccinations in tail

    Cats might fare better with vaccinations in tail

    Giving vaccinations to cats in their tails might save their legs, a new study suggests.
    Giving vaccinations to cats in their tails might save their legs, a new study suggests.
  • Dog wins car by opening fridge and getting her owner a beer

    Dog wins car by opening fridge and getting her owner a beer

    Friday, May 4 2012 8:25 AM EDT2012-05-04 12:25:03 GMT
    A dog who can open the fridge, fetch a can of beer and win her owner a car? Now that's man's best friend. Bes, a Labrador, has rightly earned herself the title of Australia's Most Talented Pet, beating
    MELBOURNE, Australia -- A dog who can open the fridge, fetch a can of beer and win her owner a car? Now that's man's best friend.Bes, a Labrador, has rightly earned herself the title of Australia's Most Talented Pet, beating...

 

 

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