Seen At 11: There Are Thousands Of Pet Foods On The Market – Which Is Best For Your Furry Friend?There are more than a thousand pet food brands on the market, with as many as 5,000 different recipes.
Seen At 11: Pigs Really Can Fly, As Long As They Have The Appropriate PaperworkTraveling by air can be stressful enough, but imagine who or what might be in the seat next to you.
Seen At 11: Stop Time In Its Tracks – New Drug Could Add Years To Your Dog’s LifeRapamycin is used primarily as an anti-rejection drug for kidney transplants in humans. In large doses there can be serious side effects.
Seen At 11: Furry Friends Live Out Their Golden Years In Style At Animal Retirement CentersMost everyone wants to live out their golden years in style and comfort, but that hasn't always been possible for aging pets.
Cancer Treatment For Dogs: A Costly New TrendEach week, around 120 pets come to the Animal Medical Center's cancer institute on the Upper East Side, where they receive advanced cancer care -- similar to how humans are treated.
Manhattan Assemblywoman Wants To Make Cat Declawing IllegalManhattan Assemblywoman Linda Rosenthal has introduced a bill to ban cat declawing in New York, calling it cruel.
Seen At 11: Do Dog Seat Belts Really Protect Pooches?The nonprofit Center for Pet Safety tested several popular pet restraints on the market today, using crash test dummy dogs of three varying weights buckled into the backseat.
Dr. Max Gomez: Hydrotherapy Can Be Useful For Injured DogsOwners with dogs in need of physical therapy may want to consider an underwater treadmill treatment called hydrotherapy.
FDA Calls Jerky Treat-Related Pet Illnesses 'Elusive, Mysterious Outbreak’The FDA said Tuesday that 3,600 dogs and 10 cats have suffered from illnesses related to the treats and nearly 600 of those pets have died.
NYPD Dog Bear Returns To Full Duty After InjuriesA NYPD K-9 is returning to full duty after being kicked twice in the mouth while assisting officers breaking up a subway brawl.
5 Best Vet Tips To Keep Your Dog Healthy In New YorkAs many New Yorkers have come to realize, the big bustling city is a lot less lonely with a furry friend. Keep your prized pooch healthy with expert advice and helpful hints and your canine city slicker is sure to be one happy hound.
Study: Pets Can Infect Humans With SalmonellaA third of all U.S. families have a pet and the threat of a salmonella outbreak linked to two popular brands of dry pet food last week has many on edge. A study released Monday finds pets can give family members the illness -- even when they show no sign of being sick.

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