Category: Pets Paradise

189 Coronavirus Cases Confirmed In Deerfield

DEERFIELD, IL — Like every other municipality in Illinois, the Village of Deerfield has been dealing with its own unique data points regarding the coronavirus. According to the Illinois Department of Public Health, 189 people have contracted COVID-19 in Deerfield since the outbreak began. That’s an increase of 10 cases since June 19.

The Lake County Health Department reports there have been 9,561 confirmed cases in Lake County. That’s an increase of 317 cases since June 19. For further comparison, there was an increase of 282 cases between June 12-19. In addition, there have been 382 deaths. That’s an increase

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20 things you need if you’re obsessed with your pet

20 things you need if you're obsessed with your pet
20 things you need if you’re obsessed with your pet

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Love for pets knows no bounds. Whether it be a fluffy kitty, an energetic dog, or even a fuzzy hamster, every pet is special to those who care for them. And if you’re anything like us, you get a real thrill hunting for products for your favorite furry companion. My friends and family know how much I love my dog Denvour and cat Ruby, so I’ve been on the receiving end

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‘Significant step’ in development of vaccine for animals

University of Plymouth
University of Plymouth

Two potential vaccines designed to tackle Covid-19 in animals have proved successful in laboratory tests, scientists say.

Researchers at the Vaccine Group, which works with the University of Plymouth, said the development marks a significant step forward in eliminating Sars-CoV-2 in existing animal sources.

Such vaccines could also be used to ensure that cats and other pets do not incubate the virus in future outbreaks.

The company is also investigating the potential of human vaccines, with the next stage of development key to assess their efficacy for use in people.

“There have already been a number of

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I went to a puppy yoga class and this is what it was like

Pets Yoga
Pets Yoga

Doing a downward dog while surrounded by actual barking dogs is not the most calming of endeavours (and yes, it does slightly undermine the whole point of yoga) but I found out it can actually offer a whole host of other mental and physical benefits.

Pets yoga might sound like just another wellness craze – joining the likes of aerial yoga, naked yoga, and even goat yoga – but the unique combination of physical exercise and mood-boosting furry friends could just make it the best workout you’ve ever had.

In London, there are just a handful of companies

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How wealthy Western nations help drive the global wildlife trade

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Protesters hold signs outside women’s fashion designer Eudon Choi in London during Fashion Week in 2017. Elena Rostenova/www.shutterstock.com

Three-quarters of new and emerging infectious diseases in humans originate in wildlife. COVID-19, SARS and Ebola all started this way. The COVID-19 global pandemic has drawn new attention to how people think about wild animals, consume them and interact with them, and how those interactions can affect public health.

Any activity that puts people in close proximity to disease-prone animals is risky, including wildlife trade and the destruction of natural habitats. In response to the current pandemic, China and Vietnam have instituted

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