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When you see service dogs working, let them work. Just one of the tips in this helpful primer.
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The cable channel CNBC recently asked an important question: Are you prepared for a pet emergency? Many are not. Check out the article to make sure you are well-prepared.
What did the dogs say to the letter carrier? "Sorry we ate your lunch."
Pets just have a way of blending into our lives, don't they?
Did you know dogs can get cataract surgery just like humans? This adorable 14-year-old poodle named Suzie could only detect light and shadows because of her cataracts. But now Suzie can see well again, thanks to retinal testing and cataract surgery with artificial lens implantation performed by Dr. Clara Williams, a board-certified veterinary ophthalmologist at our Waltham, MA hospital. Her owner says Suzie is acting five years younger. And overall, this shows that even older pets can benefit from this type of surgery. Suzie is a bit more sensitive to sunlight now, but as you can see there is a solution to that problem. The hat and glasses help limit the sunlight -- plus she looks so stylish!
Does your dog hate things that boom, blast and burst? Here's some good advice on keeping your furry friends calm.
Wednesday might be the busiest day of the year in our ERs. What makes July 4 dangerous for pets? Heat, food and things that go BOOM!
OK, we all know it's hot outside, but do you realize just how dangerous summer heat can be for your dogs? Take our online quiz to find out. Please share and use the hashtag #keepdogscool.
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For the inspiring beauty of animals, it's hard to beat photos provided by National Geographic. And you.
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