Cancer Link: Omega-3 Fatty Acids and Hypothyroidism

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Studies suggest a possible link between Omega-3 Fatty Acids, Hypothyroidism and Cancer.

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Hotels Help Local Rescues Become Lobby Dogs and Find Forever Homes

Hotels around the country are finding a unique way to improve guest experiences and the lives of adoptable shelter dogs in their community. Lobby Dogs are becoming increasingly popular for good reason! The guest response is overwhelmingly positive and the number of dogs that are being adopted after participating is incredible. Here’s how it works. […]

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Blind, Anxious Dog Loses 20 Pounds In A Mexican Shelter Before Getting His “Second Chance”

Part of each sale through the iHeartDogs store is donated to Greater Good, which helps support various charities. Thanks to customers like you, happy endings, like the one below, are made possible. Howie was a blind street dog living in an open-air shelter in Tecate, Mexico. The frightened, confused pooch lost nearly 20 pounds waiting for someone to rescue him. […]

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Emaciated Puppy Survives With Help From His Friends – And YOU!

Part of each sale through the iHeartDogs store is donated to Greater Good, which helps support various charities. Thanks to customers like you, happy endings, like the one below, are made possible.  Ringo was a pitiful sight when he first arrived at Bottle Babies Rescue in Allen Park, Michigan. Naturally tiny, he was even more frail than most Chihuahua mix […]

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RECALL: CDC Expands Pig Ear Treats Recall to 27 States Amid Salmonella Outbreak

The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) announced this weekend that they are expanding a recall on pig ear dog treats that have been linked to an outbreak of multi-drug resistant Salmonella in the United States. On July 3, 2019, retailer Pet Supplies Plus announced a recall of the pig ear dog treats they carried and […]

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NJ Town Displays Dog & Cat Sculptures To Raise Money For Pets In Need

This year marks Boonton, New Jersey’s seventh annual art celebration, Dog Days of Summer & Some Cool Cats. The cute and colorful presentation showcases local artists and features sculptural representations of our favorite furry friends. While some of the proceeds benefit local schools and future arts projects, the majority goes to nearby NorthStar Pet Rescue. […]

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Gastritis in Dogs — What to Know

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Most of the time when your dog throws up there is nothing to worry about. But there could be a good chance that something worse is going on.

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A Little TLC Helped Turn This Cranky Stray Into A Lovable Lap Dog

Part of each sale through the iHeartDogs store is donated to Greater Good, which helps support various charities. Thanks to customers like you, happy endings, like the one below, are made possible.  Little Delores was found wandering the streets of Detroit. The 13-year-old Poodle mix was filthy, covered in painful mats, and desperately in need of medical care. She behaved […]

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Heartbroken Man Urges Dog Parents to Cherish Every Moment

This post originally appeared on LoveWhatMatters.com, and is reposted here with permission from the author. “My life has been turned upside down… some may say it isn’t the same as losing a human family member, but you’re wrong. In my opinion, it is far worse. As a child grows, they become less dependent on you. […]

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Worried About Area 51 Aliens? Rescuers Invite You To “Storm The Shelter”!

Are you among the thousands of conspiracy theorists planning to storm Area 51 on September 20? Officials in Nevada may be harboring extraterrestrials, but the folks at Oklahoma City Animal Welfare have nothing to hide. Instead of searching for aliens, they invite you to #stormtheshelter and meet your new best friend! “Come storm our shelter…” […]

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People Who Talk To Their Pets Are Smarter Than Those Who Don’t

I admit it: I talk to my pets. I even have a different voice for each one. My non-animal friends think it’s silly and more than a little crazy to carry on these one-sided conversations. But Nicholas Epley, professor of behavioral science at the University of Chicago, disagrees. He feels it’s perfectly normal to engage in […]

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Want a Breed Like A Golden Retriever, But Not Quite? See These 4 Similar Dog Breeds.

Golden Retrievers have been one of America’s favorite dogs for years and years. You’ll find them near the top of any “Most Popular Breeds” list for any year and it’s not without reason! Goldens tend to have several wonderful qualities that make them ideal pets, but believe it or not, they’re not perfect for everyone. […]

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What to Know About a 6-Year-Old Dog

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At the age of 6, dogs are fully mature and are at the beginning of their senior years. Just because they are getting older, doesn’t mean you can’t still enjoy your time together!

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UPDATE: Adorable Rescued Great Dane Puppy Gets a New Leg and New Life – and Now a New Family!

Do you remember Rosie? In 2015 iHeartDogs shared the story of a little Great Dane pup who lost her leg. Her mother stepped on it and broke it, and the cast she was required to wear cut circulation off to the limb. Without a leg, her breeder wanted to euthanize her since she could no […]

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Shelter Waives Adoption Fees Thanks to Generous Donation from Miranda Lambert

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Country music superstar Miranda Lambert loves dogs. So much so that she created a charity to support shelter animals. This year, the singer’s foundation made an extremely generous donation to help shelters across the entire United States. One facility used the funds to waive adoption fees.     View this post on Instagram   Every […]

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Pets Are Key to Healthy Aging

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Its no secret that owning a pet brings all sorts of benefits to your life. Recent studies show evidence that suggests owning a pet fosters healthy aging for humans.

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Dog Ear Infection — What to Do

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Ever wonder what makes dogs so susceptible to ear infections? In this article Dr. Ernie Ward explains the facts and the best ways to prevent ear infections for your dog.

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Are Dogs Color Blind? The Truth About Color Blindness In Dogs

There was a time when dogs were thought to be completely color blind, unable to see anything but shades of grey. While their range is limited compared to the spectrum we see, our pups do perceive color. Basically, dogs are able to distinguish between yellows, blues, and violets; but cannot distinguish between reds, greens, and oranges. […]

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Are “Dog Years” Real? Here’s How To REALLY Calculate Your Pet’s Age

Chances are, when trying to figure out how old your dog is in “dog years,” you’ve multiplied his literal age by 7 to get your answer. (For instance, a 5-year-old pup would be 35.) While this is a widely accepted method, as it turns out, it’s not that accurate. According to Petful, Veterinarians have come […]

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Urinary Tract Infections in Dogs

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Dogs tend to eat things that are never meant to be eaten, and in doing so they can contract some pretty serious infections. Find out what to do if your dogs gets a urinary tract infection.

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Urinary Tract Infections in Dogs

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Dogs tend to eat things that are never meant to be eaten, and in doing so they can contract some pretty serious infections. Find out what to do if your dogs gets a urinary tract infection.

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Dog Buried Alive on Hawaii Beach is Recovering with Help from a Team of Hopeful Rescuers

The beaches of Oahu, Hawaii are a paradise, but for this unfortunate pup the sun-soaked sands were nearly her grave. A passerby on the beach spotted a machete-wielding man burying this poor dog alive in broad daylight, and immediately contacted PAWS of Hawaii. Thanks to his lack of hesitation, the pup lived to see another […]

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This Amazing New Technology Allows You To Communicate With Your Dog Without Words

We just love new technology – especially when it benefits our pups. Self-driving cars – who would have ever thought? A phone that makes calls by voice command? We don’t even think twice about how improvements like these have affected our lives. But, we recently came across something that astounded us. A Labrador mix named […]

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After Town Outlaws Tethering, Animal Group Helps Build Kennels and Relocate Dogs

Residents of Athens, Alabama recently started noticing an increase in the number of dogs tied up outside homes. And they weren’t going to be quiet about it. Even legislators got involved and tried to do something about this inhumane practice. Unfortunately, after they passed legislation banning it, some dogs still needed help. That’s where the […]

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Beware! Iowa Breeder Accused of Spreading Extremely Contagious Canine Disease

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A breeder with a history of troubling accusations recently became the subject of an investigation by the Iowa Department of Agriculture and Land Stewardship. Authorities claim the Double G Kennels were the breeding ground for an extremely contagious canine disease. Even more distressing, the disease can be spread from dogs to humans. An Unsettling History […]

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60-DAY UPDATE: See the Amazing Difference Fresh Food Has Made in My Dogs

A little over 2 months ago, I started feeding my pups fresh dog food. At first, I saw some results, but I think I was being pretty optimistic, trying to find the good in my long-researched decision. But 30-days isn’t really enough time to see any major changes no matter what you’re doing. Here I […]

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60-DAY UPDATE: See the Amazing Difference Fresh Food Has Made in My Dogs

A little over 2 months ago, I started feeding my pups fresh dog food. At first, I saw some results, but I think I was being pretty optimistic, trying to find the good in my long-researched decision. But 30-days isn’t really enough time to see any major changes no matter what you’re doing. Here I […]

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Pet Obesity Remains a Big Issue

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Despite efforts to help prevent pet obesity, recent statistics suggest that the pet obesity epidemic has not improved.

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Fresh Cooked Dog Food Is Best. Are You Ready To Make Your Own?

If you watched the eye-opening documentary Pet Fooled on Netflix, you may be left wondering what now? While the film sheds a not-so flattering spotlight on the American pet food industry, it leaves viewers with few practical solutions for healthy feeding. The featured veterinarians definitely skew towards a raw, biologically-appropriate feeding protocol, but they also acknowledge […]

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Fresh Cooked Dog Food Is Best. Are You Ready To Make Your Own?

If you watched the eye-opening documentary Pet Fooled on Netflix, you may be left wondering what now? While the film sheds a not-so flattering spotlight on the American pet food industry, it leaves viewers with few practical solutions for healthy feeding. The featured veterinarians definitely skew towards a raw, biologically-appropriate feeding protocol, but they also acknowledge […]

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One of Last Surviving ‘Vicktory Dogs’ Has Crossed the Rainbow Bridge

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In the late days of her life, the American Staffordshire Terrier behaved like any other senior dog. She loved a good snooze. The sweet dog spent time with her family and nibbling on treats. Her favorite toy was a raccoon. This dog showed no signs of the difficult obstacles she overcame. Layla, the Survivor Before […]

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Heart Disease in Dogs

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Heart Disease in dogs can be a serious problem, if not monitored and treated correctly. In this article we go over effective treatments for your dog.

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Is Grain-Free Food Killing Dogs? 7 Things You Need to Know About the FDA’s Announcement

If you’re confused about the FDA’s announcement linking dilated cardiomyopathy (DCM) to grain-free diets, you’re not alone! According to an iHeartDogs poll taken by 4,000 people, roughly 50% of owners currently using grain-free are planning on switching, while the other 50% are sticking with grain-free. Here’s 7 things you need to know about the FDA’s […]

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Pucker Up! Survey Finds Humans Kiss Their Pups More than Their Partners

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Stop for a minute and think. Who did you last kiss? Was it your partner or was it your pup? A new survey found more than half of people with dogs kiss their pups more than their partners. Actually, we are surprised the stat isn’t higher. Who doesn’t enjoy smothering their dog with love? The […]

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Man Claims Airline Wouldn’t Allow Dog to Board Because He’s “Too Heavy” – Airline Says It Was Trying to Keep Him Safe

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What started out as a holiday weekend for a man traveling with his dog, ended in a war of words between him and an airline. A reporter attempted to travel with his dog to Washington, DC for the Fourth of July. He ran into some trouble with the airline when it came time to check […]

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Dog Seizures — What to Know & What to Do

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Seizures in dogs can be terrifying. Have you ever wondered what causes such horrifying events? Find out how you can treat and diagnose the causes of seizures in your dog.

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Piglets Rescued From Slaughter Become Best Friends With Family Dogs

Humans aren’t the only creatures that dogs form bonds with. Their love knows no bounds! We’ve seen dogs who love horses, and ducks and cats – it only makes sense that somewhere out there there’s a pup who loves pigs! The Webb family probably didn’t mean to have a house full of animals when they […]

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I Do! Two Newfoundlands Serve as Wedding Party for NHL All Star Goalie

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Recently, a professional hockey player and his wife-to-be decided to forgo the traditional bridal party and opt for something a little more…dog friendly. Instead of asking humans to stand beside them, they opted to include their best four-legged friends. The pictures are as amazing as you would imagine. We think they scored a winning goal […]

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UK Government Introduces Tougher Punishments for Animal Cruelty

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The United Kingdom’s Parliament approved a new bill to protect some of their most vulnerable inhabitants from harm. The new law is aimed at keeping animals safe. The Parliament also increased potential prison sentences. Three cheers to the UK! Law of the Land The new Animal Welfare (Sentencing) Bill has a harsh sentence for people […]

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Do You Have a Lethargic Dog or a Dog Who Just Loves to Sleep?

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The old saying goes let sleeping dogs lie, but can dogs ever sleep too much? Can sleeping be signs that something is wrong?

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The Dog Lady of Mexico

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Have you ever wondered how to help stray or neglected animals? Find out how Alison Sawyer Current is making a difference in the lives of dogs and cats in Mexico by reading her new book, The Dog Lady of Mexico!

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The Secret Life of Pets 2

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This recently released sequel to The Secret Life of Pets takes us another fun-filled adventure with Max and all of his pet friends.

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Bar K Dog Bar

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Ever want to go out with your friends but worry about leaving your dog at home all alone? The Bar K Dog Bar is the perfect solution for you and your dog!

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“This transport most likely saved Isabella’s life.” Time Makes The Difference Between Life and Death for Shelter Pets.

Part of each sale through the iHeartDogs store is donated to Greater Good, which helps support various charities. Thanks to customers like you, happy endings, like the one below, are made possible. Thanks to help from a grant from GreaterGood.org, funded by the iHeartDogs.com community, Brandywine Valley SPCA transported a total of 171 animals from at-risk areas to Pennsylvania […]

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