GG's Foundation at Work

GG's Foundation at Work

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GG's Foundation has a goal of ending animal homelessness, euthanasia of healthy and treatable pets, exploitation, inhumane treatment and animal cruelty.Read more about GG's Foundation here.

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5 Things You Must Know About Micro-Chip Identification

5 Things You Must Know About Micro-Chip Identification

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There are many benefits to micro-chip identification. However, be sure to consult your veterinarian when making the decision to microchip your furry friend.
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GG’s Journey Author, Cheryl Phillips, Advocated at the Humane Society of the United States 2019 Humane Lobby Day

GG’s Journey Author, Cheryl Phillips, Advocated at the Humane Society of the United States 2019 Humane Lobby Day

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Cheryl Phillips, the author of GG’s Journey: From Lost to Loved, participated in the Humane Society of the United States 2019 Humane Lobby Day on May 14, 2019 in Lansing, Michigan. Phillips was one of 60 animal advocates in attendance.
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Tips to Make Your Newly Adopted Friend Feel at Home

Tips to Make Your Newly Adopted Friend Feel at Home

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Adopting a new furry friend is an exciting experience. It is also a lifetime commitment. After adopting a new pet, you must acclimate them to a new environment, new rules, and a new lifestyle. While it can be overwhelming for a new owner, it is equally overwhelming for the animal. To ease the process, follow the five tips below. Ask when the last time your new pet was fed and what they were fed. In order to avoid gastric issues, it is recommended to feed your animal on the same schedule for a couple of days. Also, begin feeding your...

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Exercising Your Animal: The Mutual Benefits

Exercising Your Animal: The Mutual Benefits

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The Michigan weather is getting warmer. Meaning, you can finally spend extended time outside safely with your animals. Spending time under the sun provides limitless exercise opportunities for you and your pet. These activities can benefit both you and your animal! Benefits of exercising your pet include: Decreasing yours and your pet’s chances of obesity. Obesity leads to health risks in both you and your animal such as damage to joints, heart disease, and diabetes. Improving your pet’s behavioral issues while increasing your happiness. Animals chew on items and bark more when they are bored, restless, and need attention. Exercising...

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