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We love our pets! And they can help us heal, too. It’s been documented that pets often offer therapeutic benefits to those around them. Specially trained therapy pets can provide directed … more
When I last wrote about my pets two years ago, the world of pets – like the world of humans – was much different than it is today. Since the start of the pandemic, my pets, like … more
Rebecca Baylies was thrilled to join the Providence Animal Rescue League team as its executive director on March 1, 2020. But she was immediately met with immense challenges from the COVID-19 … more
Jewish Rhode Island readers love their pets! Every year, we ask our readers to submit their favorite photos, and this year we received more photos than ever. Our pets became our faithful companions during a year when we spent so much time at home. Here is the gallery of reader-submitted photos. more
One out of three households got a new pet during the pandemic. Surveys in Spain, Israel and the United Kingdom found remarkably similar results. People believed that pets would help them or their … more
My cat has gotten way too accustomed to my work-from-home life. In the past year, if you’ve ever been on a Zoom meeting with me, you’ve probably seen her tail go by. Her pandemic … more
Still at home with time on your hands? Has your furry friend become your COVID colleague? Take a picture of your faithful companion and send it to us. May is coming up and that means it's time for … more
It's time for Jewish Rhode Island's annual pet issue where we feature photos of your faithful friends. Send us your dogs, cats, bunnies, horses, birds and reptiles. Fish are welcome, too! Deadline for photos is April 30 … more
It's time for Jewish Rhode Island's annual pet issue where we feature photos of your faithful friends. Send us your dogs, cats, bunnies, horses, birds and reptiles. Fish are welcome, too! Deadline for photos is April 24 … more
There are close to 90 million dogs living in the country’s households, according to a 2017 survey by the American Pet Products Association, and 86 million domestic cats, according to the … more
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