MichigAnimals 2010 Summer Volume 4 Issue 2

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ASK THE VET: Veterinary Basics

Q. I recently visited the Michigan Humane Society and became a first-time adopter, having fallen for Charlie, an 8-month-old yellow Labrador retriever. Since I'm new to pet caretaking and anxious to begin a relationship with a veterinarian, what are the basics I should know to help keep Charlie healthy, so we can enjoy many years together?

Stray Dog and Her 10 Puppies: Rescued!

Michigan Humane Society Emergency Rescue Team Swings Into Action

Wags and Purrs: Summer 2010

Please Join MHS in Thanking the Following Groups That Support MHS!

CELEBRITY CHAT: Judy Davids

Rock Star Dog Mom

Kids, "Un-Leash" Your Creativity!

Enter Our Pet ID Contest

A Faraway Rescue Tale

Dogs Who Went From Homeless In Montserrat To Loved In Michigan

ASK THE VET: Can Pets Have Seasonal Allergies?

Q. This time of year, my dog starts itching like crazy until she scratches bare spots in her coat. Could she have seasonal allergies? What can I do to give her some relief?

Pet Peeves: Barking

Q. When anyone walks past my house, Rudy barks like mad. I've tried yelling, swatting (not hard), loud noises, pulling my hair out, complaining to neighbors, and crying. Nothing works. You might say I am very "peeved."

Breaking Through Barriers for Cats

Taking Extraordinary Measures for Our Feline Friends

MichigAnimals Pet Photos: Summer 2010

Photos of Michigan's most adorable pets, sent in by our readers

MHS' New Partnership with Detroit Animal Control to Benefit Cats, Canines and the Community

July 17, 2010: A milestone day for the two- and four-legged residents of Detroit

PRESIDENT'S NOTES: 2010 Summer

Thoughts From The President & CEO

Taco Bell Lends a Helping Hand to Animals in Need

The Michigan Humane Society is proud to announce its new partnership with Taco Bell



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