It’s that time of year, when family and friends gather to celebrate Independence Day. Whether you’re going to a small, intimate gathering, or a larger party, there is bound to be a variety of foods, drinks, and, of course, fireworks throughout the day.
Before you fire up the grill on the Fourth of July, make sure your pet is taken care of. You know the drill: The fireworks start, and your pup starts pacing, panting, hiding, barking and panicking. How can you make him feel safe?
In the new Jurassic Park movie Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, the kindly, domesticated velociraptor Blue faces a life-threatening bullet wound and rapid loss of blood. Without any other surviving raptors in sight, paleoveterinarian Zia Rodriguez (Daniella Pineda) saves Blue with a blood transfusion from a Tyrannosaurus rex. This, of course, raises a question: Could you really give a velociraptor a … Continue reading Fact-Checking Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom
Pets are family, so it’s OK to go a little overboard from time to time. But not everything that seems good for your pet actually is.
These high chairs help dogs with a rare disease swallow food.