This beautiful border collie is waiting to compete in the agility competition in Menton. Alongside, in the cage, is his companion – looks a bit squashed but probably OK when she lies down.
I wonder if either of them won. Border collies are usually the best breed at agility.
Endo International introduces topical testosterone gel, FORTESTA Gel
Endo International plc (NASDAQ: ENDP) (TSX: ENL) announced today that it has introduced the first and only generic 2% topical testosterone gel, an authorized generic of FORTESTA® Gel (testosterone gel) CIII. FORTESTA Gel and its Authorized Generic …
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Marathon Pharmaceuticals Launches ZiNGO® (lidocaine hydrochloride …
NORTHBROOK, Ill.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Marathon Pharmaceuticals, LLC today announced the availability of ZiNGO® (lidocaine hydrochloride monohydrate, 0.5 mg) powder intradermal injection system, a needle-free, easy to use device to deliver a topical …
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My newest friend from the ice cream stand at Kremeland: Champ! This beautiful Whippet wouldn’t turn around so you could see it, but on his left hip, his markings form a giant heart. And he has giant heart inside his body as well. Already certified as a Canine Good Citizen, he is just one class […]
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Ticks can cause paralysis in dogs, humans and birds
Dr. Andrea Varela-Stokes, associate professor in the MSU-CVM Department of Basic Science, said certain tick species in the United States are more commonly associated with tick paralysis. "Many species of ticks have been associated with tick paralysis …
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Tick Tock: Tuesday is the deadline for Innovation in Sustainability Awards
Beaverton-based Puralytics developed technology that uses the power of the sun to clean drinking water in remote locations. Puralytics was one of Sustainable Business Oregon's 2013 Innovation in Sustainability winners. The deadline to apply for the …
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when I first got him (Cujo) he was on some sort of Purina dog food. I knew that Purina One was the top of the line in the Purina line so I started Cujo
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Here’s some official information on the free online conference starting September 22!
Ready to take your business to the next level?
PetSitUSA is a proud sponsor at the upcoming Prosperous Pet Business Online Conference hosted by Kristin Morrison.
Speaking at the conference will be top experts in pet business, including Patti Moran, Andrea Arden from Animal Planet, Ian Dunbar and many more top pet business experts!
The goal of the conference is to inspire pet business owners to break through problems, get unstuck, and move forward on business goals. In short, to empower you to fulfill your dream of working with dogs for a living.
This conference has a unique format. It’s free (woo-hoo!), international (cool!), and comprised of a series of fun, short interviews with all sorts of personalities and experts in the dog field. You’re sure to take a gem away from each of these informal chats, each one built around the themes of making more money while experiencing more ease and more freedom (nice!).
All the details you need are here: Prosperous Pet Business Online Conference.
Meet Brutus! This handsome 4-year old is living in Mentor, Ohio courtesy of Angels for Animals. Here’s what their website has to say about him: Brutus is a 4 year old Blue-tick Coonhound. He was surrendered to us by someone who found him as a stray and didn’t have the lifestyle that a hound dog […]
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When Lili Vaughn of Des Plains, Ill. adopted her dog, Bigby in 2011 from Heartland Animal Shelter in Northbrook, Ill, it changed her.
When she learned about how much help shelters needed to care for homeless pets and find them loving homes, Lili set out on a mission to find creative ways she could assist.
The pet loving girl first starting asking friends and family for donations to Heartland instead of birthday presents.
Then, with her allowance, Lili starting buying collars and decorating them with flowers and buttons. She mails them to shelters throughout the country. “I do a lot of research and find the shelters I like and then send them,” she says.
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