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"Some of these bacteria infections and virus infections that your dog and cat have may not make them sick but may make you very sick," says Deborah Kotz, author of the Daily Dose health blog.
Dog owners are more likely to hold senior management jobs, while snake and reptile owners are most likely to make six-figure salaries, according to a survey by CareerBuilder.
Scented candles for doggie farts and canned beaver are among the unusual items for sale. And, of course, there are prosthetic testicles.
It's believed that feral cats brought the corona virus into the Loudoun County Animal Shelter.
Sunday is Catapalooza at the Washington Animal Rescue League. The Washington Humane Society will hold a party where pit bulls are decked out in pajamas.
In 2010, Bella, Bailey and Max were 2010's most popular dog names, while cats were most likely named Max, Bella and Chloe.
A Maryland company will sniff out illegal drugs for you, but it will cost you $200 an hour.
If your dog has ever pulled the coffee grounds out of the trash, you'll get a kick out of this. A new dog shampoo uses real coffee grounds to neutralize pet odors and soothe dry skin.
Frederick County animal control officers are accustomed to checking on pets in distress in unattended vehicles, but the number of calls more than doubled in July.
An area family lost three of its pet dogs and a cat when a fire broke out in the kitchen of a house Friday in the 5600 block of Stone Road.