Pet Industry Unites to Help Animals Affected by Recent Disasters

In a major collaborative effort, pet store and hospital chains, manufacturers and distributors and associations and organizations within the pet industry are pooling their resources to assist those affected by the recent natural disasters. This map indicates locations where open animal hospitals and supplies can be found and will regularly update as conditions change.

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Looking for a Lost Dog?

Found a Lost Dog?

Reuniting a lost dog with its owner is a snap with facial recognition! Using revolutionary technology, the Finding Rover app scans the unique features of your dog’s face and keeps it on file in case he or she ever gets lost.

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Foster a Hurricane Pet

Fosterahurricanepet.org is on a mission to match Hurricane Harvey and Irma pets in need with temporary foster homes.

Whether you need to find a temporary home for your pet or you’re willing to foster a beloved pet for a family impacted by Hurricane Harvey or Irma, they can help.

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Pet Industry News

Pet Leadership Council Partners with GreaterGood.org to Maximize Relief Efforts for Hurricane Irma

The partnership improves efficiencies of getting much-needed supplies and donations from the pet industry to the right shelters and organizations when needed most and where pet owners can go for help For immediate release Greenwich, CT (September 11, 2017) — In order to streamline relief efforts and ensure maximum assistance from the country’s pet care community […]

New Study Reveals Food Allergy Similarities Between Pets and People

Food sensitivities and allergies affect not only millions of people, but millions of pets too. The similarities don’t end there; a new study suggests that humans and other mammals share many of the same triggers and symptoms when it comes to food. The study, conducted by researchers at the University of Veterinary Medicine Vienna, examined […]

Petsafe’s Bark for Your Park Grant Recipients Announced

PetSafe has announced the recipients of its 2017 Bark for Your Park grant program. The program provides resources for dog park construction and maintenance projects for 25 recipient cities every year. For 2017, applicants were asked to supply information about the project scope as well as evidence of approval from civic leadership. 2017 recipients include: […]

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The Pet Leadership Council works with all levels of government, industry, and pet owners to promote responsible lifestyles with companion animals.

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Protect Pet Choice

Puppy mills are an unacceptable problem, but the Pet Leadership Council believes pet store bans prohibiting people’s right to purchase dogs at local shops is not the solution. That’s why the PLC is supporting efforts to establish science-based standards for the care and welfare of breeding dogs.

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Happy Healthy Fish

The Pet Leadership Council embraces the responsibility to ensure the health and welfare of aquatic life, promote environmental stewardship and provide education and training on responsible fish keeping. That’s why the PLC is working to educate consumers about selecting and caring for the right fish, the prevention of invasive species and ongoing conservation efforts.

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