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Jun 15 2012

A Brief Blog Profile: Pet News and Views

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by Thomas Hynes

 

Pet News and Views covers the world of animal welfare, pet care, wildlife stories, and anything else that might be of interest to those who work with and love animals. The site also covers books, events, contests, and pet travel. The blog also lists jobs for people who want to work with animals. On a more granular level, the site also covers birds, cats, dogs, horses, fish and pigs. Or anyway, those are the animals pictured on the banner at the top of the page.

In other words, they cover a lot of ground on Pet News and Views. You can read about the benefits of running with dogs on one post. And on the next, you can learn how Peter Dinklage (of Game of Thrones) supports humane farm practices. This site also provides information on why it's best to get pets spayed and neutered. I really enjoy this post on things to consider before buying a puppy. That resonates with me. We all want puppies. And while I don't want to sound like your parents here, there is a lot of responsibility that comes with that. Or, as this post suggests, there are some things to consider. For instance, are you ready to teach your dog to surf like the one in this post

As you can see, the site clearly has a good sense of humor. This post on the insane products people buy for their pets is further proof of that. But, at its heart, this site is about the love of animals, the impact they make in our lives, and the best information on how these fulfilling relationships can best proceed.

Reader's Comments

Michele C. Hollow

What a lovely review. Thank You!

http://PetNewsandViews.com

Posted at 14:03 ET on Jun 17, 2012 by Michele C. Hollow

Michele C. Hollow

What a lovely review. Thank You!

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Posted at 14:04 ET on Jun 17, 2012 by Michele C. Hollow

elaine durbach

Totally agree. Even for someone currently pet-less, Michele Hollow's columns are great reading.

Posted at 19:32 ET on Jun 17, 2012 by elaine durbach

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