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Oct. 31 is right around the corner and this is the time of year that some people perform devilish acts with animals often the targets. Halloween is a holiday enjoyed by people and not pets. The Humane Society of the United States offers tips to help

It’s that time of year again when fleas and ticks are most bothersome. They hike a ride into your home via your pet — or your clothes. Although you don’t notice the pesky bugs right away, soon fleas begin to lay eggs on your pet, which eventually end up in your carpets and on your furniture.


The Terre Haute Humane Society is now the only place in Vigo County where people can take their pets for low-cost spay neuter surgeries since Stop Pet Overpopulation Today, or SPOT, recently closed its doors.


Sometime in 2021, probably for many more than a year after pandemic restrictions began in the United States, most American workers and students will return to campuses, offices and other workplaces. Left behind will be pets who have become accustomed to humans staying home with them.

The holiday season is fast approaching and with it comes potential hazards for your pet. The excitement of the activities and the smells and tastes of the foods this time of year may intrigue your pet. Even though this is a busy time of year, take care to remember to be extra vigilant regarding your pets activities.