What’s In a Name? DNA vs. Human Assessment of Pit Bulls

Well, it turns out a lot if that name is “pit bull.” In direct contrast to Justice Stewart who said “I know it when I see it.” (Jacobellis v. Ohio, 1964), a recent study in the Veterinary Journal states that those working at animal shelters don’t actually know a pit bull when they see it (which,…

March 16, 2016

Pet Camp’s Blog Was Hacked!

In yet another boost to Mark’s already inflated ego, some anonymous person has actually taken the time to hack the Pet Camp blog and post something (which you already received and we recommend that you do not click on any of links).  While many companies are furious when their blog is infiltrated in this manner…

March 11, 2016

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Get a Pet & Save Some Cash

Of course, we all love our pets. Our dogs and cats are part of our family. But did you know that having a pet has other benefits besides bringing you love and joy? You may not believe this, but having a pet can actually save you money! How Pet Ownership Can Save Money According to a…

March 4, 2016

Dog Fighting and Guilt — No Chance of Proving Innocence

Most of us think that one of the basic tenants of U.S. law is that you are innocent until proven guilty.  Sadly, for some dogs not only are they not innocent until proven guilty — they are automatically guilty without even a chance of proving their innocence.  Here’s why: under current California law, any dogs seized in…

February 25, 2016