• FEBRUARY 20, 2023

    Pet grooming boomed in Toronto during COVID: People ‘more into their dogs.’

    Two Toronto deluxe animal spa owners say COVID meant business went up between 20-30% as people no longer viewed their pets as property but rather family Jane Stevenson | Toronto Sun The dog days are CLEARLY over. Since the pandemic started, people stuck at home started adopting more pets and as they spent more time

    • JULY 14, 2023

    PET SPENDING NEWS :The market for pet food, veterinary care, products and services won’t stop growing

    Kim Campbell Thornton | Washington Times Herald Around the world, people spend $320 billion on pets — for food, treats, veterinary care, grooming and more — according to a new report by Bloomberg Intelligence. In the United States, the world’s largest pet market, sales are expected to approach $200 billion by 2030, with global spending

    • AUGUST 14, 2023

    Pet Talk | If you’re hot, they’re hot: Helping pets enjoy summer

    By SARAH BRINK UI College of Veterinary Medicine The dog days of summer are here — time to enjoy the outdoors with our pets! Dr. Canaan Shores, a veterinarian with the urgent- and convenient-care service at the University of Illinois Veterinary Teaching Hospital, offers advice to help keep your fun-filled summer safe. Never, ever leave

    • MARCH 15, 2023
    Pet Toxicology Experts Release State-Specific Top 20 Toxins List

    Pet Toxicology Experts Release State-Specific Top 20 Toxins List

    Pet Poison Helpline  | PR News Wire MINNEAPOLIS, March 1, 2023 /PRNewswire/ — In honor of Pet Poison Prevention Month in March, the toxicology experts at Pet Poison Helpline analyzed five years of proprietary call data and are releasing the next iteration of Toxin Trends, an online tool designed to help consumers and veterinary professionals research dangerous and