Author Archives: Hadley Rush

Smart men own little dogs: Bigger isn’t always better

May 18, 2010

By: Drew Mayes Guest Blog Growing up as an American male you learn that bigger is better. When we’re kids, we want a bigger piece of cake than our buddy (even if it’s his birthday…


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National Dog Bite Prevention Week educates on bite avoidance

May 17, 2010

The American Veterinary Medical Association kicked off National Dog Bite Prevention Week Sunday to remind Americans that dog bites are a widespread problem. According the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, dog bites send nearly…


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Pet insurance helps save dog’s life

May 14, 2010

By: H. R. Pets Best Insurance Editorial Manager Pet owner Julie Fukuhara, of Palo, Alto, CA, said her dog Turbo (a “Puggle” who is a crossbreed between a Pug and a Beagle) began acting strangely…


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Airline loses passengers’ dog

May 13, 2010

Josiah Allen tried to rescue a homeless dog on a trip to Mexico but according to Allen, Delta Air Lines lost it in transit, CNN reported. Allen told the news provider that he and his…


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South Carolina Sheriff speaks out on atrocities of puppy mills

May 11, 2010

Richard Smith was aghast when he and his team found a plethora of puppies locked in cages and covered in their own waste in a Chester County puppy mill. According to WBTV, the Sheriff and…


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Top 5 ways to get your pet and your significant other to make nice

May 11, 2010

By: H. R. Pets Best Insurance Editorial Manager Is Fluffy biting your fiancé’s pant legs again? Does Priscilla persistently hiss when your boyfriend or girlfriend walks through the door? It’s not unusual for pets to…


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