[Contest] Vote now to help pets in need

[Contest] Vote now to help pets in need

Did you know in one year, 2.7 million cats and dogs will be euthanized in the U.S. due to pet overpopulation? In that same year, 7.6 million pets will enter animal shelters looking for homes. Pet overpopulation is a huge problem in the U.S. and one that can only be solved with a little help from everyone. That’s why we need your help now.

[Illustrated Guide] What to Do If Your Dog Has Ticks

[Illustrated Guide] What to Do If Your Dog Has Ticks

This is a guest post from Monica Gomez of Carrington College.  Ticks are small, commonplace and extremely resilient parasites, and any dog that spends time outside runs the risk of being bitten by ticks. Thankfully, as this guide from Carrington College shows, there are ways to prevent ticks from causing your dog to become seriously ill.

Change a Pet’s Life Day: Meet Regina, a former puppy mill breeder

Change a Pet’s Life Day: Meet Regina, a former puppy mill breeder

Regina is the winner of the 2016 1-800-PetMeds Change a Pet’s Life Contest. To learn more about the contest, please visit the contest page here. Change a Pet’s Life Day is today and to celebrate, PetMeds is helping one adoptable, former puppy mill dog receive the necessary surgery she needs to be happy and healthy!

[Contest Winner] Meet Gorilla, a pug being given a second chance

[Contest Winner] Meet Gorilla, a pug being given a second chance

Change a Pet’s Life Day is today, and to celebrate, PetMeds is helping one adoptable pet get the surgery he needs to live a happy, healthy life!

[Contest] Share your pet’s adoption story – win $100 PetMeds Bucks

Facts and tips about Adopt a Shelter Dog Month Every October, dog lovers and rescuers celebrate Adopt a Shelter Dog Month. This month was started by the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA) to raise public awareness of the millions of dogs awaiting homes in shelters. The ASPCA commissioned a poll* in 2012 which revealed that pet owners who adopted their dogs from shelters are more […]