Veterinarian Jonathan Epstein And Dr. Oz Discuss What Are We Learning About Animals And COVID-19. Veterinarian Jonathan Epstein And Dr. Oz Discuss What Are We Learning About Animals And COVID-19. 
Veterinarian Jonathan Epstein And Dr. Oz Discuss What We Know About Animals Becoming Infected With COVID-19.Veterinarian Jonathan Epstein And Dr. Oz Discuss What We Know About Animals Becoming Infected With COVID-19.
Pet Foster and Adoption Has Soared Since COVID-19 Took Hold Of The US
I Heart Dogs Rescue And Animal Haven Helps Bring To Light The Important Role Pets Play In People’s LivesPets brighten our day, lift our spirits when times get tough and help us to get out the door and get active in all stages of life.
Northern Michigan Couple Dies Trying To Rescue Pets From Burning HomeThe northern Michigan couple re-entered their burning home in attempts to save their pets, which included two dogs and a cat, reports say.
Here Are Metro Detroit's Most Popular Dog Names For 2019Metro Detroit residents name their dogs after everything from Game of Thrones characters to snack foods, but the top choices are still pretty basic.
Here's What You Need To Know About The Barksgiving Adoption Event In Detroit Nov. 16-17Join the Detroit Animal Care and Control this weekend for their Barksgiving Adoption Event and leave with a new family member.
Mixing Bleach And Citrus Cleaners May Be Harmful To You And Your PetsRaise your hand if bleach is your go-to cleaner when you want to get rid of dangerous cold germs and flu viruses, or when you want to sanitize your kitchen. After all, that's what science tells us to do.
These Detroit-based puppies are up for adoptionStart your day off right by looking at some cuddle-hungry puppies! There are dozens of puppies up for adoption right here in Detroit.
5 Ways To Pet Proof Your Home For The HolidaysThere's no place like home for the holidays. But if you're not careful, your house can become a danger zone for cats and dogs.
FDA Links Popular Flea, Tick Medications To Neurological Problems In Dogs, CatsSome flea and tick medications can cause neurological problems in dogs and cats, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration warns pet owners.