Take Pride in Your Pet’s Health: Information & Resources

You didn't think our Health, Fitness & Wellness Issue was only here to keep you looking and feeling good, did you? Because it turns out your dog or cat may be facing a battle of the bulge—and they're counting on you to help.


Following up on our Pet coverage in the new August/September issue of Instinct, just out our trusty resource guild for keeping your pets in tip-top shape!

Association for Pet Obesity Prevention (APOP)












American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, New York (ASPCA)


 PetPartners.org (Volunteer your dog, cat, rabbit, guinea pig or even your llama!)

Nature’s Variety 

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  1. A year or so later I found

    A year or so later I found out what happens to some of the animals for adoption out there in some of the shelters. It's something that I still can't wrap my mind around. Some shelters can only keep animals for a few days and then they are put to sleep. Once I figured this out, I was terrified that someone had put my beloved animal to sleep. There are many animals for adoption out there and only so many people to adopt them. 

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