When There is No Cure

When There is No Cure

When Helen Anne Gately first set eyes on Aisha, she was immediately drawn in by her wise, knowing...

All Bark and No Bite

All Bark and No Bite

Dog’s bark. It’s what they do. They bark to get your attention. They bark because they’ve heard...

Caring for a Senior Dog

Caring for a Senior Dog

My wish is that every pet parent is lucky enough to someday have to face the issue of senior canine...

Kidding Around

Kidding Around

Like Travis and Old Yeller, Lassie and Timmy, Rusty and Rin Tin Tin, and even Lassie and Elizabeth...

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Wellness + Behavior

Wellness + Behavior

Eye of the Storm: Keep Pets Safe

Above Photo Credit: Miami Herald
With deadly Hurricane Matthew battering the Caribbean and expected to move into the United States, American Humane’s rescue team is mobilizing and issuing lifesaving tips to keep people and pets safe before, during and after the storm.

Canine Cancer Cuisine

Written by Suzi Beber | Photography by Julie Austin
There are no ten commandments or easy-to-follow plans for feeding an animal with cancer, but healthy and tempting cuisine is a good place to start for canines with cancer.

The Buzz on Bee Therapy

Written by Debra Daniels-Zeller
My twelve-year-old basset hound, Hunter, has used so many products from the beehive in the past year, I think one day she may start buzzing, sprout wings and fly away.

When There is No Cure

Written by Laura MacKenzie | Photos by Raindog Photography
When Helen Anne Gately first set eyes on Aisha, she was immediately drawn in by her wise, knowing eyes. The 13-year-old pit bull was severely abused and neglected by her previous owner, and had not been expected to survive when she was rescued three months earlier.
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