June 08, 2017 • Most Popular
The historic Hartsdale Pet Cemetery will hold its most poignant annual War Dog Memorial Celebration ever on Sunday, June 11 at 1 pm when Marine Corps combat-veteran Matthew Plumeri shares the stage and discusses his indescribable bond with his partner Gulliver, an 11-year old Visla, a military working dog who was at his side during their deployment in the most dangerous area of the...
Since he was a puppy, Niko has been trained by the head of the Occupational Therapy department at the University of Oklahoma’s campus in Tulsa (OU-Tulsa).
Niko, a yellow lab, is a certified service dog who teaches Occupational Therapy students how service dogs can assist future patients — such as opening the refrigerator, turning the light on and off, as well as picking up something that has...
A relationship of deep affection, loyalty, companionship and unconditional love is perfectly reflected in Dog Fever Jewelry.
Dog Fever is an exciting and unique collection of jewelry dedicated to man’s best friend. With over 50 breeds available, Dog Fever Jewelry is the ultimate fashion accessory for dog lovers!
From Beagles to Boxers, Dachshunds to Dalmatians, Labradors to Spaniels simply...
Mending the world through whole-plant based nutrition and cruelty-free products.
FIDO Friendly magazine recently sat down with Kat Mendenhall to talk about her custom made vegan leather cowboy boots and compassionate lifestyle.
Two words you’d never expect to hear in the same sentence, cattle rancher’s daughter and vegan. Call it an oxymoron if you wish, but how I went from beef and leather to...
Z Living’s newest original series Finding FIDO airs Tuesdays at 9PM EST. The Z Living network brings you the best in health & wellness entertainment. Finding FIDO is all about matchmaking—only instead of human couples, host (and FIDO friend!) Seth Casteel is pairing people with pooches. Whether it’s a sociable dog that can help owners overcome shyness, an active dog that encourages exercise,...
The Dog Tales Collection, written by Patricia Brill, Phd, are an award-winning collection of illustrated books that help open a dialogue between parents and children concerning issues they may have with their pets.These books help children better understand what happens when their pet or loved one has cancer, under goes surgery, has to stay overnight at the hospital or even dies.
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