Author: Project Pawsitive

Looking for Some Bunny to Love – Written by Crystal Ward Kent Rabbits rule at the House Rabbit Network in North Billerica, Massachusetts. Here, the focus is on helping rabbits find good homes, and educating the public about these wonderful animals.  In traditional shelters, rabbits are sometimes overlooked, as people...

Project Pawsitive to Renovates the Humane Society for Greater Nashua’s “Bachelor Pad” Critical updates provided at no-cost and changes will increase adoption rates. Hampton, NH – The Project Pawsitive Foundation (www.projectpawsitive.org), the only organization focused entirely on providing no-cost renovations to animal rescues in desperate need, renovated the male feline...

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Heatstroke in Dogs By Courtney James, DVM of Port City Referral Hospital  Heatstroke is a very serious medical condition caused by uncontrolled elevation of a mammal’s core body temperature by an outside source. The commonly quoted example of heatstroke is the dog locked in a hot car. Car windows generate...

Written by Lauren Duffee, VMD, DACVAAMassachusetts Veterinary Referral Hospital Acupuncture, as a part of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), has been used to treat diseases in both humans and animals for several centuries, dating back to 2700 BCE.  Despite this long tradition in Eastern cultures, acupuncture has only gained popularity among...