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Grumpy Dog Photos!

Tuesday, August 19th, 2014














Abandoned Puppy and Kitten become Best Friends

Thursday, November 14th, 2013

Buttons the Jack Russell puppy was rejected by her mother, but she found someone who loves her unconditionally, a kitten named Kitty. Buttons and Kitty were introduced to each other at the Battersea Cats and Dogs Home, and have been inseparable since then.













The Felympics!

Tuesday, July 31st, 2012

Feline sport at its best!

Featuring venerable athletes Shorty and Kodi.

Daily Paws Picture of the Day: Trying to Fly

Sunday, July 29th, 2012

Daily Paws for Ashburn Virginia

Daily Paws Picture of the Day: Cuteness

Wednesday, April 4th, 2012

Checking out my favorite Facebook page – Daily Paws from VetLocator.com

Duke The Natural Therapy Dog

Friday, November 11th, 2011

Our offices are in the Tampa Bay area of Florida, a lovely, pet friendly area to be located in and I frequently find some great pet stories in our local news.

Here is one that really touched my heart.  It’s the story of Duke the Therapy Dog.

It’s a beautiful story of how Duke found his true purpose helping another and how his wonderful owner Tawny recognized that Duke’s joy in helping was greater than helping just one individual.

I’ll share the video Duke’s ‘Mom’ made of him getting ready for work, and below the video is the link to his story, written by Shelly Maslak.


Click HERE to read Duke’s story

Valentine’s Issue of Daily Paws is here!

Sunday, February 13th, 2011

Happy Valentine's Day from VetLocator.com Daily Paws The latest DAILY PAWS Valentine’s edition has just been posted.

Check it out HERE!!


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PS..Now go pet your Valentine!

More veterinarians are now making house calls

Wednesday, February 2nd, 2011

Mobile Veterianarians VetLocator.com

One of our most popular directories on VetLocator.com is our House Call Directory.  We probably get 200+ requests for veterinarians who make house calls DAILY.

Some of those requests are from pet owners who can’t take their pets to the vet due to size or the fact that they, the pet owner, cannot travel.  Many want to make the interaction with the veterinarian an easier one and wish to eliminate the fear many pets experience around strangers and strange pets.

Often pet owners have several pets who need attention at the same time and it makes much more sense for the vet to come to them than to have to make several trips to the vet to get the whole group seen.

An finally, there is a growing service of pet home euthanasia……helping a pet make their transition in a loving and familiar environment.

If you’ve ever thought about having a house call veterinarian come to your home, you can find one in our House Call Vets Directory. Just enter your zip code in the directory field and click search, and remember, if you can’t find what you are looking for, let us know.  We’re here to help.



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Are you sleeping with your pets? Read this first!

Saturday, January 15th, 2011

In a January 14th article, WebMd’s Daniel DeNoon writes about a new report that sleeping with your pet’s may be as dangerous as having bed bugs!

While I’ve had pets around me, and sometimes sleeping in our bed my whole life (pets sleeping with me doesn’t last long because I’m a notoriously restless sleeper and my pets voluntarily choose to sleep elsewhere), this report is concerning.

“Bubonic Plague

Humans get bubonic plague from fleas. Chomel and Sun recount various cases of plague linked to sleeping with cats. These include a 9-year-old boy from Arizona who slept with his sick cat.

And a 2008 study of plague survivors found that 44% of them slept with their pet dog, while only 10% of matched comparison subjects slept with their pets. This dog-in-bed plague risk remained significant even after the study authors took into account a large number of other factors.

This last factoid is troubling because dogs — unlike cats — can carry plague fleas without showing symptoms of the disease.”

You can read the rest of the article here: http://www.webmd.com/news/20110114/bed-pets-more-dangerous-than-bedbugs

Jet Blue voted the best for pets to fly

Tuesday, August 17th, 2010

According to a survey by Petfinder.com, Jet Blue is the best airline for your pets to travel on.  Jet Blue offers 300 frequent flier miles each way, a pet travel guide and a tag for your pet carrier.  And today Jet Blue announced a limited ‘all you can eat’ airline ticket, $699 for to fly anywhere Jet Blue flies between Sept and October (although chances are these tickets will sell out FAST).

If you are flying with your pets on a budget, try Air Tran – $69 for small dogs, cats and birds to fly each way in the cabin.