It’s hard to imagine anything more innocuous than a lush suburban lawn.
ANN DORNFELD: On this chilly Saturday, half a dozen city-dwellers are lined up with their dogs along a muddy field.
For pet owners, saying goodbye is one of the hardest things to do, but Stamford resident Mary Craig says her new mobile veterinary hospice service makes saying farewell a bit easier.
You can’t deny that pets are big business.
The new Mattel novelty is aimed at the pet-loving social network crowd, said spokeswoman Rachel Cooper.
After helping a friend who had run over a dog, Brady began to wonder what she would have done if the animal had survived and needed emergency care.
With STNPCO you are truly a “direct sales”
This inverted bumbershoot forms a waterproof cocoon around a small dog, enabling canine and master to maintain a walking regimen in inclement weather.
In America, 65 percent of households have dogs or cats, yet only 1 percent of those pets have pet insurance.
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