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Let’s face it, we love our pets — and the statistics back it up. Approximately 44 percent of American households have one or more dogs and 35 percent have one or more cats. That translates to roughly 78 million well-loved dogs and 85 million well-loved cats, says the ASPCA. Just how much do we love them? According to Fortune magazine, we spent roughly $60 billion on our be…

Buffalo Magazine: Wellness

It’s the inevitable winter conundrum: Your dog craves outdoor activity, but frigid temps rule out anything longer than strictly business. When hunkering down inside becomes a matter of your furry friend’s safety, resigning to boredom or unchecked energy isn’t the only option! Keep your pet happy — and entertained — with these made-for-indoors ideas. Play hide and seek Of…

Buffalo Magazine: Shopping

Christmas sweaters, personalized ornaments, fresh-baked cookies, a full stocking hanging by the fire — this holiday, your pet can enjoy all the seasonal trappings you do. From festive accessories to treats to toys (and gifts for pet-lovers, too), there’s no shortage of pet-centric holiday spirit at Buffalo’s local pet shops. Animal Outfitters Need to cross something off …

Buffalo Magazine: Wellness

Pet parents know that feeding from the table isn’t the best everyday idea…but it’s hard to resist indulging in a holiday season exception. In case you want to bend the rules this Thanksgiving, here’s a crash course in what foods you can sneak your dog or cat — and what you should steer clear of for their safety. All in moderation It’s always best to follow a less-is-more…

Buffalo Magazine: Food + Drink

It’s a mild Sunday afternoon with a few wispy clouds overhead as Brittany Luongo takes a sip from her beverage on the patio at Providence Social. Luongo, a resident of the Elmwood Village, isn’t alone. Stretched out at her feet, a bowl of water by his side, is Dutch, her three-year-old Rottweiler/Shar Pei mix. Luongo’s self-described “baby,” Dutch is a regular at Providenc…

Pet ownership has tripled since the 1970s, according to the Humane Society of the United States. Today, approximately 62 percent of American households include at least one pet. That’s roughly 69 million dogs and 74 million cats (not to mention birds, reptiles, hamsters and other critters). Collectively, we spend $50 billion each year keeping our pets safe, happy and he…