Pet News Roundup: September 5, 2019

Pet News Roundup: September 5, 2019

by Scritch

Take a look at the latest dog and cat news for this week, including hot topics, pet food recalls, and fun reads.

Recalls:

Vets call for warning labels as number of pets getting sick from pot surges - A growing upsurge in cannabis-related dog poisonings across Canada has veterinarians calling for increased awareness of the dangers of pets ingesting pot.

Some of Canada's top dogs on display at Saskatoon's annual dog show - Some of Canada's top dogs were in attendance, including a majestic looking Old English sheepdog named Stormie.

Shelter dogs, cats in Hurricane Dorian's path to be flown to Michigan - One Michigan airport will get a special arrival tomorrow as more than 100 adoptable cats and dogs escape the path of Hurricane Dorian.

Woman in Bahamas houses nearly 100 dogs to protect them from storm - A woman in Nassau, Bahamas, opened her home to nearly 100 dogs to protect them from the devastation of Hurricane Dorian, which struck the region as a Category 5 hurricane.

Dog Breeding Has Changed Pooches’ Brains - A new study has found that key anatomical differences in dogs’ brains are linked to the behaviors they were bred to perform.

In case you missed last week's news, check it out here.