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  • Your Dog Ate a Sock. Is It Dangerous? What to Do Next
    The post Your Dog Ate a Sock. Is It Dangerous? What to Do Next by Jackie Brown appeared first on Dogster. Copying over entire articles infringes on copyright laws. You may not be aware of it, but all of these articles were assigned, contracted and paid for, so they aren't considered public domain. However, we appreciate that you like the article and would love it if you continued sharing just the first paragraph of an article, then linking out to the rest of the piece on Dogster.com. Dogs are notorious for eating things they shouldn’t, and many of those things are not necessarily food. Dogs can chew and gulp down almost anything. So, if your dog ate a sock, you’re not alone — it’s a commonly swallowed item. “Dogs seem to love cloth,” says Kelly Diehl, DVM, Dipl. ACVIM, scientific communications advisor for the Morris Animal Foundation, a nonprofit foundation that funds animal health research. “I’ve pulled out a lot of socks and underwear. Amongst us gastroenterologists, people kick around the idea that sometimes dogs eat inappropriate materials because they have some kind of GI problem, whether that’s a food allergy or intolerance. I also think there’s a behavioral component to ... read more
    Source: DogsterPublished on 2019-11-22
  • Does Your Pet Have the Xmas Factor?
    We’re searching for the most festive of pets in our annual #PetXmasFactor competition. You can win a 3D sculpture of YOUR pet (literally, any pet, from cat to iguana!) designed by 3D printing specialists Arty Lobster (https://www.artylobster.com) Arty Lobster’s highly skilled artists create the 3D pet sculptures, which are 3D printed in-house before being delivered to the customer. The company offers three options, including sandstone, bronze and silver options (for silver pendants of your pet) and sculptures are 20 cm (8 inches) tall. The prize is for a 20cm sandstone sculpture featuring a bronze nameplate. To enter, simply take a photograph of your pet looking a bit Christmassy. Then, visit the Pets Magazine Facebook Page or tweet to @Pets_Mag and post your pet photo with the hashtag #PetXmasFactor. (To be a valid entry, it must include the hashtag #PetXmasFactor.) The deadline for entries is 6.00pm on Wednesday 18th December 2019. One lucky winner will be announced during the first week of January 2020. Terms & Conditions There will be one winner in this competitionCash alternatives to the stated prize are not availableThe judges’ decision is finalAll entries sent in after ... read more
    Source: PetsmagPublished on 2019-11-22
  • RSPCA’s Loneliest Cat Facing Second Christmas In Charity Care
    Black and white cat Toby has been in RSPCA care since Christmas Eve 2018 The RSPCA has launched a national appeal in the run up to the festive season to find their loneliest cat a home. Toby is 11 years old and was signed over into RSPCA care on Christmas Eve in 2018 – meaning he has spent 332 days in charity care. Latest figures from the RSPCA show the average time a cat waits for a home is 28 days. The unlucky moggy had spent his life in a household of 46 cats – 15 of them were taken in by the RSPCA’s Canterbury branch on Christmas Eve and all but Toby have now found a forever home. Beth Hixson from the branch said: “Toby’s former housemates were re-homed quite quickly but poor Toby didn’t cope well with being in the cattery so hid away and wouldn’t come out to see people when they came to choose a cat. “We found a foster home for Toby where he has proven to be a sociable, friendly and interactive cat. He loves to snuggle up on the bed at night and spend sunny days exploring the garden, ... read more
    Source: PetsmagPublished on 2019-11-22



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