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Supply of dogs in US may not meet demand

APPA SmartBrief | Feb 13, 2017

The number of Americans who want to be dog owners may be higher than previous estimates, according to researchers at the Mississippi State University College of Veterinary Medicine. Mike Bober, president of the Pet Industry Joint Advisory Council, said the study's findings support continued regulatory state and federal protection for dog breeders and animal retailers. The Washington Post (tiered subscription model) (02/08)


Cannabis medicines for pets developed by Aussie firm

APPA SmartBrief | Jan 23, 2017

Environmental enrichment for indoor cats

APPA SmartBrief | Jan 30, 2017

Airlines embrace families traveling with pets

APPA SmartBrief | Feb 06, 2017

"Skinny" pigs make good pets and therapy animals, owner says

APPA SmartBrief | Feb 13, 2017

PetSmart dog food recalled due to possible choking hazard

APPA SmartBrief | Feb 13, 2017

Chewy.com gets expanded credit line of $90M

APPA SmartBrief | Feb 06, 2017

Pentobarbital contamination prompts pet food recall

APPA SmartBrief | Feb 13, 2017

Ellen DeGeneres introduces PetSmart line for dogs

APPA SmartBrief | Feb 06, 2017

Buyer beware: Pet-finding gadgets may disappoint

APPA SmartBrief | Jan 23, 2017


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