Time to Treat Yourself to Chewy Stock After Upgraded 2021 Guidance

Pet e-commerce company Chewy (NYSE:CHWY) has now put up back-to-back solid earnings reports since the high-growth tech stock sell-off started this past March. Shares are down 18% so far this year as a result, including down 36% from all-time highs as of this writing.

This four-legged friend tech innovator is doing just fine, though. In fact, shares look like a downright good deal right now. If you haven’t done so already, now looks like the time to adopt this pet care leader into your portfolio.

Pets love e-commerce, too

Chewy said it ended its first quarter of 2021 (the three

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New pet parents needed as Pa. shelters reach capacity

Griffin Pond Animal Shelter in Lackawanna County is just one of the organizations in our area that can no longer accept pets or strays after running out room.

PENNSYLVANIA, USA — During the pandemic, you may remember some animal shelters in our area and across the country managed to almost empty their places after so many pet adoptions. 

But now, it’s almost the opposite at a number of spots including the Griffin Pond Animal Shelter near Clarks Summit.

Newswatch 16’s Ryan Leckey visited the shelter on Thursday to see why there has been such an influx. 

Ryan also highlighted several

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This Pet-Care Company Did for Litter Boxes What Steve Jobs Did for Cell Phones. Now, It’s on a Mission to Become the Apple of Its Industry.


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Throughout the pandemic, people spent more time at home than ever before — and more time with their pets. Whether they had dogs, cats or reptiles, owners quickly discovered the pluses and minuses of their new circumstances, which included more quality time with their beloved animals as well as increased exposure to less desirable tasks, like scooping a litter box. 

Jacob Zuppke, President and Chief Operating Officer of AutoPets, is proud to say that in the five years he’s had a cat, he’s never scooped a litter box. And it’s not because he’s leaving

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KC Pet Project rescues dog with severely matted fur

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — A dog found with severely matted fur and other health issues is on the mend thanks to a Good Samaritan and KC Pet Project.

The dog, now named Simon, was dropped off at KC Pet Project on Monday morning by someone who found him on the side of the street. He weighed almost 20 pounds because of the mass of fur and dirt caked on his body.

The KC Pet Project’s veterinary team sedated him and spent two hours shaving him. In the end, they took off more than six pounds of matted fur and dirt.

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