Philly Dawg Archive: April, 2009

Experts: Swine flu has low risk to pets

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Animal health experts say that the swin flu virus appears to present a low risk of infecting cats and dogs, but you should make sure your Potbellied... Read more

Obama first 100 (dog) days (no offense Bo)

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While President Obama was gearing up for the town hall meeting in St. Louis to mark his first 100 days in office, the PBS show, the Newshour... Read more

PA animal cruelty bill stalls in Senate

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Legislation that would make it a crime for a non-veterinarian to perform virtually all surgeries on dogs sailed through the state House in... Read more

Monday Morning Wag April 27

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*Tune in tonight at 10 p.m. for the Animal Planet special "Puppy Mills: Exposed." The show - a special edition of Philadelphia Animal... Read more

Chester County vet held for trial in cruelty case

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A Chester County veterinarian whose clients include some of the largest commercial kennels in the state, will stand trial on animal cruelty... Read more

Pet Airways brings animals out of the hold

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A Florida company wants to make the skies a little friendlier for our four-legged friends. Pet Airways will begin offering first class air... Read more

Hearing set for Chester County vet on animal cruelty charge

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A preliminary hearing is set for tomorrow for a Chester County veterinarian accused of animal cruelty. Tom Stevenson, of Twin Valley Veterinary... Read more

Animal watch Apr. 21

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The following are some of the many recent cases investigated by the Pennsylvania SPCA. Headquartered at 350 E. Erie Avenue in Philadelphia... Read more