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Petlanthropy

PetMD Editorial
Nov 14,2018

Image via Facebook/Rick Fisher's Photography Rick Fisher was diagnosed with ALS back in March of this year. He was told he only had 10 months to live. He tells ABC 11, "I always thought I was going to live to be like my dad.” He continues, “He was 88. So, when you're 69 and someone… Read More

PetMD Editorial
Nov 12,2018

Image via Facebook/KWWL The Murray family made the decision to donate their puppy’s kidney to her mother, Star, who was suffering from kidney complications that could only be resolved with a kidney with a familial match. According to FOX 31, Star was undernourished and dehydrated when she gave… Read More

PetMD Editorial
Nov 12,2018

Image via Facebook/Sacramento Fire Department The fires in California have been wreaking havoc on the state and causing massive evacuations and serious damage. It is a stressful and hectic time for the fire rescue teams, but that doesn’t mean they won’t stop and take the time to help animals. The… Read More

PetMD Editorial
Nov 06,2018

Image via Facebook/The Fence Project Des Moines The Fence Project of Des Moines, an Iowa nonprofit, provides outdoor improvements for local homeowners with dogs in need. Some of the improvements include six-foot fences, dog houses, custom pet beds and yard cleanup. “We’ve seen dogs that have been… Read More

PetMD Editorial
Nov 05,2018

Image via Facebook/Yahoo Lifestyle Julie the cat was finally reunited with her owners, Lorinda Roberts and son Jon Gulla, earlier this month after the cat exited the home six years ago in early 2012. Gulla went to visit a stray cat that was posted on the PawBoost Lost & Found Pets earlier this… Read More

PetMD Editorial
Oct 23,2018

Image courtesy of Instagram.com/jetpet_ov A Vancouver-based dog care franchise called Jet Pet is offering free pet care services on Halloween night. According to DailyHive, the company wants to help give owners a place for their dogs to escape any anxieties that may be induced from the festivities… Read More

PetMD Editorial
Sep 24,2018

ImageviaCBC News It has been five months since the Humboldt Broncos bus crash tragedy, and many of the 16 survivors are still learning how to readjust to normal, everyday life. For one of the survivors, this means finding a new teammate to take on the world with. Graysen Cameron recently met his… Read More

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