Hospice Service for Pets

A Connecticut woman has started a mobile hospice service for pets the The Stamford Times reports: 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. “I have heard from many pet owners that

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Mr. Scoop Dog Waste Removal

Mr. Scoop is Central Pennsylvania’s premier dog waste removal service. Mr. Scoop, also known as Fred Nell, in June of 2003 after being inspired by his dog, Teddy. Fred wanted to control his own hours, spend more time with his then, seven year old son, Tyler, and offer a service to people who loved their

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The Dogbrella: No More Wet Dogs

via Hammacher Schlemmer. This inverted bumbershoot forms a waterproof cocoon around a small dog, enabling canine and master to maintain a walking regimen in inclement weather. The umbrella’s 29″ diameter canopy is made from 8-gauge clear polypropylene that sheds rain, sleet, and snow while allowing an unfettered view of your walking companion. Not only does

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Niche Biz: Pet Insurance

Laura Bennett, CEO of Embrace Pet Insurance: In America, 65 percent of households have dogs or cats, yet only 1 percent of those pets have pet insurance. Across the ocean, 25 percent of cats and dogs carry pet health insurance in the U.K. British people don’t mind insurance very much. In the U.K., when pet

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