A lost pet is every owner’s nightmare. To help, we have National Pet ID Week. It’s a great opportunity for owners to review the steps they can take to make sure that their pet has the best chance of being recovered should the animal become lost. One out of three pets becomes lost at some point, but having some form of identification greatly increases a pet’s chances of being reunited with their owner. So let’s get to work making sure your pet’s ID is ready to go!
National Pet ID Week is always for seven days starting April 17. It gives pet owners a great opportunity to review the steps they can take to make sure their pet has the best chance of being recovered should the animal become lost.
Every year, more than 4.5 million Americans — more than half of which are children — are bitten by dogs. As part of the National Dog Bite Prevention Week® coalition, American Humane is encouraging adults to protect both children and dogs, and learn the importance of responsible pet ownership.
Dog bites pose a serious health risk to our communities and society. More than 4.5 million people are bitten by dogs each year in the United States, and more than 800,000 receive medical attention for dog bites, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC). At least half of those bitten are children. Here are more dog bite facts:
Are lap cats made or born? Here’s what I told a reader.
Q: My cat doesn’t like to sit on my lap, and he doesn’t really like to be petted much either. Is there anything I can do to change his ways?
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