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Showing Your Pet Some Love This Valentine's Day

Valentine's Day is a wonderful day to spend with those you love -- whether they have two legs or four, paws or feet, wagging tails or smiling faces. It's a great day to share your love with everyone who makes you happy. This Valentine's Day we want to see a selfie of you and your BFFF (Best Furry Friend Forever)! Snap a picture of you and your pet -- be it a cat, dog, rabbit, or even a horse -- and show us your love!
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Making the Heart-Wrenching Decision to Put an Animal Down

Only dog lovers can really appreciate and understand what it's like to live with dogs -- and the lessons we can learn from them. I believe that their average life span is shorter, because they don't need as much time as humans do, to get everything they need out of life. They understand gratitude and appreciation. They know how to forgive.

Adopt-a-HuffPet: Give These Bonded Cats a Home

Buddy amd Princess have been living in the laundry room and hallways of a Regent Park building in Toronto for the last six years. Buddy is very good-natured, likes people and is bonded to his feline friend, Princess, who is estimated to be a bit younger. Princess has been living in the same laundry room/hallway for the past six years and is equally as bonded to Buddy.
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The US Humane Society Doesn't Like Animals? That's a Crock

An angry Huffington Post blogger has tried to build himself up by tearing down the work of The Humane Society of the United States. So we'll reply. On our terms. The red-in-the-face online writer thinks he could do a better job for animals if only he could command an organization as big and proud and as deeply rooted in our culture as the HSUS. Allow us, just once, to borrow from his own inelegant writing: "This is a complete crock."

14 Tips for Keeping Your Pets Safe

Roughly 10,000 pets go missing in the greater Toronto area each year. And they are only the ones that are reported. And only an approximate 65 per cent make it home. The following tips will help you put safety and prevention front and centre, when bringing home your new pet.