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5 Ways to Cut the Costs of Military Pet Ownership

If you've ever had a pet, you know that it requires a lot more than just love to be a good pet owner. Between food, vaccinations, routine check-ups, spay or neuter, and other essentials like leashes, cat litter, toys, and cages, sharing your home with a pet is a huge financial commitment.  According to the ASPCA, the annual costs of owning a do... more

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Why You Should Adopt Your Next Pet

Whether to adopt or shop for your next pet should be an easy decision. Companion pet adoption is not only far more humane and ethical, it saves lives. Deciding if you're ready for a pet, or another one First and foremost, bringing a pet into your family is a serious decision. You must be willing and able to provide shelter, food, medical care ... more

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After Deployment, a Reunion With Her Canine

Lilly jumped from her spot on the rug. A truck rolled past the front door. Her auburn ears perked up. "She knows something is up," said Paul Lumadue, who had been acting as the dog's foster parent in Chesapeake since June. It had been a long six months for the 4-year-old plott hound mix. In March, her owner, Petty Officer 1st Class Court... more

Roy and Hank

Special Needs Cat Captures Heart of WWII Veteran

It took a very special special needs cat to win the heart of a WWII veteran coping with loneliness after the death of his wife of 64 years. No guts, no glory Roy headed off to school like he did every day. Little did he know it would be no ordinary day, one that would shape the rest of his life. As the teen settled into class, men in military ... more

Venice and Rico

Shelter Dog Helps Disabled Veteran Learn to Trust

Rico barely tips the scale at eight pounds, but this once homeless shelter dog is worth his weight in gold for helping a disabled Army veteran regain her trust in others. Army strong and proud to serve Venice served 10 years in the United States Army as a 92Y Supply Sergeant, during which time she was stationed at various posts stateside inclu... more

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