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Welcome To INO Pets Parents Network where you can connect with other pet parents or animal lovers to find pet parenting solutions, pet care services or pet health tips. We are-one source for all things relating to responsible pet ownership, pet parenting, animal care, animal rescue and pet business quality services. Pets parents and pet lovers you can setup profiles, find friends, enter discussions, share your pet parenting experience, share pet photos and stories, ask questions, shop and sale within community, network with other pet businesses, search useful pet resources, exchange ideas, search information on pet healthcare and food, animal rescues, shelter and adoption, visit pet parents marketplace or pets classifieds, members can create profiles, join discussion and community forums.
Discover The World Of Pet Parents, Pet Lovers, Pet Owners, Pet Parents Community and Learn Solutions To Many Pet Parents Concerns. Your Culture Is Our Brand.
We are dedicated to provide everything you need for you entire family and your pets, the very best of pet business services or commerce products with a focus on dependability, customer service satisfactions and uniqueness. Our goal is to help all those who work with animals, and all those who provide pet care services to pets and animals who need lots of tender loving care. We hope you enjoy our services as much as we enjoy offering them to you. We hope that together we can create lasting solutions to the protection of pets and all native animals and their natural habitats. Help restore and protect wildlife and their habitat, Wildlife Matters !
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Help Animals Expose Abuse in 2016
Too often, cruelty to animals is swept under the rug, Finally; the FBI recognizes cruelty to animals as a precursor to further violence and tracks animal abuse like it does homicides. Many serial rapists, serial murderers, and mass murderers have a background of abusing animals, Tennessee became the first state to create an animal abuse registry, and cruelty-to-animals charges can rise to a felony level in most states.
What You Can Do
Be a “nosey neighbor.” If you spot someone abusing or neglecting animals, report it immediately, and if local authorities are unresponsive, call PETA.
Learn about physical health and wellness of your pets; find pet parenting resources about pet parenting advice and tips, build parenting skills and grow in a much positive pet parent, learn how to care for your pets and make time for pet parent pet bonding. Get expert pet parenting tips and advice or share your own experience about responsible pet parenting.
Responsible Pet Parent; You support adoption, You neuter or spay your pets, Your pet’s health is important to you, You play outside with your pet on a regular basis, You act as a teacher to your pets, You consider your pet’s environment, You keep your pet safe. You make sure you know whoever is taking care of your pet.
PETS IN THE NEWS
- "Birthday" Puppies Celebrate ParksPosted on August 25, 2016 at 2:43 pm
Five adorable partygoers are celebrating the National Parks' 100th birthday at Alaska’s Denali National Park. […]
- Do Dogs Belong at School Pickup?Posted on August 24, 2016 at 9:02 pm
It's back-to-school time, but is it a good idea to take your dog when you pick up the kids after class? We asked an expert. […]
- National Dog Day Celebration IdeasPosted on August 24, 2016 at 9:02 pm
From hosting a dog party to volunteering at an animal shelter, we rounded up 14 ways to honor this special canine day. […]
- Can Dogs and Cats Get Poison Ivy?Posted on August 23, 2016 at 8:54 pm
We asked veterinary experts how pets are affected by the plant — and if they can spread its oils to people. […]
- Why Doesn't My Cat Jump Anymore?Posted on August 22, 2016 at 9:00 pm
If your cat isn't leaping onto furniture and counters like he used to, then a visit to the vet might be in order. […]
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Wildlife Facts: a 2010 United Nations report suggests that gorillas could disappear from large parts of the Congo Basin by the mid-2020s. At the beginning of our century there were a few million African elephants and approximately 100,000 Asian elephants. Today elephants are now considered endangered; there are about 450,000-700,000 African elephants and 35,000-40,000 Asian elephants. In Asia, tiger parts are used in mythological medicine. Vietnam, China, Thailand, and Korea are just a few countries with markets supporting criminal enterprise that has driven many animal species toward extinction.
The World Wildlife Fund (WWF), The Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC), The Nature Conservancy , The Sierra Club , The International Crane Foundation (ICF), The Friends of Haleakala National Park conservation organization, The Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB), contribute to an organization focused entirely on protecting our world’s oceans. Oceana , Conservation International employs scientists and policy experts to balance healthy ecosystems, The Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) is another superb group working for the protection of animals and wildlife.
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