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Month: April 2021

U.S. Pet Grooming Services Market Size to Reach Revenues of over USD 6 Billion by 2026

CHICAGO, April 29, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — In-depth analysis and data-driven insights on the impact of COVID-19 included in this U.S. pet grooming services market report.

The U.S. pet grooming services market is expected to grow at a CAGR of over 5% during the period 2020−2026.

Key Highlights Offered in the Report:  

  1. According to American Pet Products Associations, nearly 67% of the US household own dogs, cats, or other pets such as rabbits, ferrets, guinea pigs, and birds. The owners consider pets as a part of their family and offer premium care.
  2. Cat and dog owners in the US spend
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Reward offered in Wisconsin cat shootings

The Dunn County Human Society says someone dropped more than 30 cats on the side of a rural road near a pile of cat food, and then opened fire.

MENOMONIE, Wis. — A reward is being offered for information that leads to the arrest of the person or persons responsible for shooting and killing 15 cats and kittens near Menomonie, Wisconsin.

The Dunn County Humane Society says someone abandoned more than 30 cats in Spring Brook Township, leaving them by the side of a rural road with a big pile of cat food. That person or someone else then opened

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Like the birds, work for a happy ending

Something’s usually falling from the Liquid Amber in our yard: leaves, pollen, prickle balls … and recently a baby finch my family named Gary. Bright yellow and smaller than my thumb, Gary caught my eye when he landed on the lawn and flailed about, apparently too young to fly. Google advised we “rehab a finch” by placing him in a box affixed to the tree. That done, we waited and watched. Sure enough Mama Finch came buzzing around, but Gary didn’t leave his box. By sundown Mama had disappeared, and Gary hadn’t moved. Afraid he wouldn’t survive the night we

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The Best Dog House for Man’s Best Friend

Whether it’s indoors or out, a dog house can become your dog’s favorite place. Dogs love to curl up in a secure den. A dog house can keep them warm in the winter, keep the sun and rain off of them in hot weather, and give them a sense of security all year round.

If you’re handy, you can build a dog house, but fortunately for the rest of us, there are lots of ready-made dog houses available.

The Basics of Dog Houses

Finding the best dog house for your dog starts with finding the right size. The best

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From Doja Cat to Prince: the Best Songs You Should Be Listening to Right Now

Prince’s Welcome 2 America, an album originally recorded in 2010, is set to be released this July. The singer’s estate has issued a slate of remastered recordings and compilations since his death in 2016, but this project will be Prince’s first studio album to be released posthumously. The album’s title track is a disillusioned take on modern life told through vibrating bass and Prince’s cynical lyrics. “Mass media, information overload / Welcome to America,” he sings monotonically in the first verse.  

“Seize the Day,” by Paul McCartney, featuring Phoebe Bridgers

Paul McCartney

has invited a roster of younger musicians

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Here’s what’s new for pets in 2021

It may sound like a Julia Roberts film, but the theme of “eat, play and love” dominated the recent Global Pet Expo.

Better also add “poop” to that trifecta, since the Expo, as can be expected from a pet products trade show, definitely also offered an exhaustive array of options about that particular reality of living with animals. 

Despite the pandemic, or possibly because of it, 2020 was a banner year for those in the business of keeping pets — and their owners — happy. The industry for the first time in its history reached more than $100 billion in

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