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Foods pets shouldn't eat

APPA SmartBrief | Aug 22, 2016

The FDA compiled a list of foods that can make pets seriously ill or cause death, in some cases, and some may surprise owners. Grapes, raisins, currants, macadamia nuts, onions, garlic, chives, xylitol and raw meat pose a threat to pets, and raw meat also can expose humans who handle it to illness. U.S. News & World Report (08/15)


Petbreeds.com ranks 25 most low-maintenance dog breeds

APPA SmartBrief | Aug 01, 2016

Pet Supplies Plus to open 55 units this year

APPA SmartBrief | Aug 08, 2016

The best pet names of 2016

APPA SmartBrief | Aug 22, 2016

Veterinary schools start addressing mental health aspect of the job

APPA SmartBrief | Aug 08, 2016

Australian fisherman makes dog treats from low-grade fish

APPA SmartBrief | Aug 22, 2016

How will you know it's time to think about saying goodbye?

APPA SmartBrief | Aug 22, 2016

Philadelphia airport launches new amenity for pets

APPA SmartBrief | Aug 15, 2016

Petco puts the focus on services with new store footprint

APPA SmartBrief | Aug 08, 2016

Why microchips matter

APPA SmartBrief | Aug 15, 2016


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