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Tech-friendly city, meet dog-friendly city

Oct 2, 2013
The boom in dog services in San Francisco has also caught the attention of tech startups.
Posted In: dogs, pets
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Get your paws off my iPad! Teaching dogs to use tablets

Aug 15, 2013
New York City has plenty of things we want but maybe don't need, like artisan pickles and baby yoga. What's the latest? Classes for dogs to learn how to use iPads.
Posted In: dogs, iPad, New York City
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The supply and demand of pound puppies

Jul 29, 2013
An export route has developed along the eastern seaboard with an unlikely commodity: homeless pets.
Posted In: pets, dogs, animals
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The most cat and dog friendly states in the US

Jun 7, 2013
Does your home state prefer the companionship of canines or cats?
Posted In: cats, dogs, pets, buzzfeed
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Dog eats whale: Japanese company pulls whale-based dog treats

May 29, 2013
An Japanese company enrages conservationists for selling dog treats made from the meat of endangered fin whales.
Posted In: whale, fishing industry, dogs
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Adorable goods orders: Tracking the dog economy

Nov 13, 2012
The Euromonitor International tracks the percentage change in the number of dogs in a given country in the past five years and correlates that to the rate of economic development.
Posted In: dogs, India
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Dogs trained to spot diabetics' blood sugar swings

Sep 24, 2012
There's a burgeoning industry of inexpensive classes that promise to train dogs to alert their diabetic owners to a change in their blood sugar.
Posted In: dogs, diabetes, Health
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Cheers: A beer for dogs

Jun 20, 2012
Apparently, you can now have a pint with man's best friend.
Posted In: beer, dogs
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Putting a price on your pet's health

Feb 17, 2012
The price of looking after your pet is rising as far and fast as the cost of human healthcare. Gregory Warner reports on why we are willing to pay so much for our animals.
Posted In: pets, animals, dogs, cats, healthcare, care, surgery
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The hard decision

Feb 17, 2012
One of the toughest decisions a pet owner has to make is how and when to end an animal's life. Tess talks with pet owners and a vet about balancing the cost of life and death.
Posted In: pets, dogs, cats, death, euthanasia, sleep, put down, surgery cost

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