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The Pet Issue—Reduce your Carbon Pawprint

The Pet Issue—Reduce your Carbon Pawprint

By Shelby Smithey Pet adoption, spaying, and neutering are the beginning of "green" pet ownership, but what about day-to-day life with Fido? There are several ways that you can be an [...]

The Pet Issue

The Pet Issue

Our decision to do an issue about pets five years ago was a pretty selfish one. We just wanted an excuse to run cute photos of our pets and ask our vet questions without paying for a visit. But we [...]

The Pet Issue—Shop Pets

The Pet Issue—Shop Pets

By Francis Dean Dozens of Pensacola pets do more than lounge at home with their owners—they have their own 9-5 grind. These animals welcome guests into boutiques, salons, and antique stores, [...]

The Pet Issue—Plié For Pets

The Pet Issue—Plié For Pets

By Jennifer Leigh If you ever needed more encouragement to try a new fitness class, head to Beyond Barre Pensacola next week for Plié for Pets, where your hard-earned sweat will go toward a good [...]

The Pet Issue—Reader Pet Pics

The Pet Issue—Reader Pet Pics

Every summer when we start planning The Pet Issue, we wonder, "will get enough new reader submissions?" And every year, we're excited to find out the answer to that question is "yes." The cuteness [...]

The Pet Issue—Parks & Rec

The Pet Issue—Parks & Rec

Because the only thing better than a park is a dog park. From the beach to Bayview, here’s the scoop on all the best local parks for pups. City of Pensacola In the city, dogs are welcome to [...]

The Pet Issue—Pet-Centric Events

The Pet Issue—Pet-Centric Events

WOERNER LANDSCAPE & PET SUPPLY ADOPTION EVENTS You can adopt a pup and pick up supplies at the same time when you visit Woerner Landscape & Pet Supply. Local rescues regularly hold adoption [...]

The Pet Issue—Old Dogs, New Tricks

The Pet Issue—Old Dogs, New Tricks

By Shelby Smithey Due to improved veterinary care and dietary habits, pets are living longer than they ever have before. One consequence of this is that pets, along with their owners and vets, [...]

The Pet Issue—Squirt’s Story

The Pet Issue—Squirt’s Story

By Jennifer Leigh It happens too often at Pensacola Humane Society. A litter of puppies or kittens come in to the shelter needing homes. Earlier this summer, the shelter received a litter of [...]

The Pet Issue—Not Cool

The Pet Issue—Not Cool

By Peyton Banfell One key thing to remember during the dog days of summer: if it's hot outside, it's even hotter in your car. "On an 85-degree day, the temperature inside a car can rise to 102 [...]

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