Category: Pets Shop

Animal rescue group reunites pets with owners after Beirut explosion

Beirut, Lebanon, is still devastated by the Aug. 4 explosion that ripped through the city, killing 190 people and destroying homes and businesses.

More than a month after the blast, a group at the site of the disaster has been working to reunite residents with their animal companions who were lost or displaced.

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At Animals Lebanon, a registered charity that has been organizing rescue operations for animals in Beirut since the explosion, staff and volunteers said they have been searching daily for hundreds of pets at or near the

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Six Ways You Can Make Your Home More Comfortable for a Deaf or Blind Pet

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No one wants to think about their pet aging, much less losing their senses. Unfortunately, the reality is that, for many cats and dogs, these are changes that lead to loss of vision and hearing; some even end up going blind, deaf, or both—and this presents a challenge. “The most important thing about bringing home a new pet, especially a pet with special needs, is being prepared for every situation,” explains Hyunmin Kim, DVM, veterinary staff director of community medicine at the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA). “Just

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Everything you need to keep your pets cool in hot weather

National Review

Bring Back the Bison

On October 11 last year, the World Wildlife Foundation tweeted a video of four bison being released into Badlands National Park. They spill from the trailer at the top of the hill and tumble down into the snowy expanse below, urged on by the ululations of the staffers above. If bison can look happy, these four do. They’d soon link up with the existing Badlands herd of almost 1,200 fellow bison; like cows, they are very social creatures.Typical WWF videos get 3 to 4 million views. This one received 15 million. The discrepancy is

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Sir David Attenborough makes stark warning about species extinction

Sir David Attenborough returns to our screens this weekend with a landmark new production.

The tone of the programme is very different from his usual work.

For once Britain’s favourite naturalist is not here to celebrate the incredible diversity of life on Earth but to issue us all with a stark warning.

The one-hour film, Extinction: The Facts, will be broadcast on BBC One in the UK on Sunday 13 September at 20:00 BST.

“We are facing a crisis”, he warns at the start, “and one that has consequences for us all.”

What follows is a shocking reckoning of the

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Indians trying to keep their pets safe from Covid-19 might actually be harming them

Covid-19 has fueled demand for masks and sanitizers across the globe. In India, the pandemic is boosting another sector: pet care products.

Indians are spending top buck for the safety of their pets against coronavirus. Products like animal-friendly alcohol-free sanitizers, imported strong-strapped masks, and immunity-boosting treats have become popular on e-commerce portals and stores in urban India.

On July 15, pet-care brand launched an alcohol-free sanitizer for animals in India, which it claims is irritation-free and has a soothing effect on pets. Within 30 days of its launch, the company sold out most of its inventory. “We have sold

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