Blog Entries Tagged as PETA Living

  • Dec
  • 11

How to Win Friends and Influence People Not to Crate Their Dogs

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Do you have friends or neighbors who keep their dog confined to a crate all day while they’re at work or to train a new puppy? Do you want to let them know that this is harmful, but you’re not sure how to address the issue in a friendly, nonconfrontational way? Here are some suggested tacks you …

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  • Sep
  • 17

5 Easy Tricks for Caring for Your Cats and Dogs

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Loving your animal companion is easy. Cuddle time and afternoon naps are a given! But caring for them? That’s a different story. Lovable as they are, animals have needs, just like us, and they require a time commitment! The next time you find yourself removing furballs from the couch, accidently stepping on dog food strewn across the …

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  • Jul
  • 31

5 Staples for Beginning Vegans

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Here at PETA, we meet lots of people who need help getting started on the path to kind cuisine. While any seasoned vegan will tell you that there are plenty of delicious, fresh, and creative vegan meals out there, we’re here to help with step one: getting the basics down.

Next time you’re mulling over recipes, writing …

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  • Jun
  • 21

Be Kind to Cockroaches

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A recent  study by scientists at Queen Mary, University of London has found that cockroaches are social beings who “talk” to one another about food and prefer to dine in groups. When presented with two identical slices of bread, the roaches repeatedly gathered around the same slice, rather than splitting up.

In an earlier study, researchers used computer simulations …

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  • Jun
  • 19

Look Out for Hot Dogs!

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For many of us, it’s starting to heat up outside, and we’re starting to come across well-intentioned people who leave their  canine companions in the car while they pop into the market-thinking that all will be OK for that short amount of time as long as the windows are cracked.

Tragically, dogs can suffer and die when left inside parked cars, even …

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  • Nov
  • 29

Support PETA This Cyber Monday!

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In my opinion, the best place to shop for the holidays is online. Think about it-there are no long lines and no crabby shoppers, and you can find exclusive deals that aren’t available in stores. And now is the day to start- Cyber Monday is finally here!

Lucky for you, I’ve got an exclusive offer that you’ll only see here. Starting …

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  • Nov
  • 22

Be an ‘Angel’ for a Cold, Lonely Dog This Winter

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PETA’s  Community Animal Project fieldworkers spend countless hours helping dogs in the Hampton Roads communities of southern Virginia and North Carolina. It’s a sad reality that every day, these workers see dogs who are forced to spend their entire lives on the end of a chain or in a cramped pen.

But thanks to people like you, PETA can help alleviate …

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