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Play bigger, faster and longer with our complete line of toys. Chuckit! interactive toys are designed for fetch-tastic play for you and your pet, resulting in a deeper, longer-lasting bond. 

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Mutts: What’s Not to Love?
We think all dogs are pretty awesome, and if you’re reading this then there’s a good chance you agree. Every dog, no matter what breed, has their own unique personality, and will likely be a great fit for someone out there. Some dog parents like purebreds because you can pick the exact dog you want. Their temperament and behavioral traits, and even their shedding may be more predictable. However, there is a growing trend to adopt or rescue a mutt from a shelter. For many pet families, not knowing exactly what you’re going to get is half the fun, but, it basically comes down to preference. So if you’re looking to add a new pooch to your family soon, here are some of our top reasons to consider a mutt.   read more >

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Watch Hawaii become a winter wonderland

Watch Hawaii become a winter wonderlandA winter storm warning is in effect for an unlikely place: tropical Hawaii. The National Weather Service has issued a warning for the Big Island's Mauna Kea and Mauna Loa volcanoes through Sunday night.  Around 2 feet of snow has already fallen on the volcanoes' peaks, and another 6 to 12 feet are expected throughout Sunday above 11,000 feet. Time-lapse footage near Mauna Kea's summit captured wind gusts and thick snow piling up near the elegantly named Canada-France-Hawaii Telescope. SEE ALSO: Hawaii's bees are now protected under U.S. Endangered Species Act The peaks of Mauna Kea and Mauna Loa both rise more than 13,000 feet above sea level, and both volcanoes get snow each year. But three feet of snowfall is still exceptionally high for the Big Island's volcanoes. Last week's snow stems from an upper-level area of low pressure that is bringing deep moisture into the Hawaiian islands and lowering snow levels enough to reach the peaks, the Weather Channel reported. This second round of snowflakes is the result of a separate upper-level system. Dark pink circles show the winter storm warning for Hawaii's Big Island as of  Sun, Dec. 4, 2016 at 11:14:04 a.m . HST. Green indicates a flash flood watch. The light pink circles indicate small craft advisories. Image: national weather service weather forecast office For the rest of Hawaii, flash flood warnings remained in effect for Sunday afternoon. The National Weather Service said a combination of deep tropical moisture and an unstable airmass might lead to heavy showers and thunderstorms across the island state. Downpours could cause streams to quickly overflow and lead to flash flooding, weather forecasters warned.


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We Asked, You Answered: What Should You Do With Pets During Holiday Travel?

Planning a vacation with your dog or cat in tow? We asked our Facebook fans for their best advice. Bet you learn a thing or two!

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Paris's 222-year-old zoo calls for help to restore historic building

Paris' 222-year-old "Menagerie", one of the world's oldest zoos, is calling for help to restore one of its historic buildings, home to endangered Przewalski's horses. Several of its buildings were classified as historic monuments in 1993, including the thatched building that is home to the Przewalski's horses.

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