Trump Favors Industry Over Environment: Guts Endangered Species Act

August 15, 2019

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service announced changes to regulations that spell out how it will implement parts of the Endangered Species Act (ESA). The changes focus on how officials should decide whether to list a species as endangered or threatened, what kind of protections threatened species should

Why Algae Blooms are Killing Dogs, And Where It’s Happening

August 13, 2019

No one seems to know why there’s been a recent escalation toxicity to blue green algae causing untimely death in so many dogs.Media reports of deaths have occurred in several states, including California, Florida, Georgia, Kansas, Illinois, Maine, Minnesota, North Carolina, Vermont and Wisconsin but

Fire Protection for Pets Law Passes in Illinois

August 7, 2019

Illinois is now the first state to mandate fire protection for pets in kennels/boarding facilities. Kennels now will require a fire alarm system ringing directly to first responders, a sprinkler system or a human being on premises.  This signing was the fifth bill I've been invited to a signing for in

Millennials Have Their Own Views About the Fur Babies

August 2, 2019

If you don’t believe pets are members of the family, consider these facts. For starters, there are actually more pets than children in the U.S., and the numbers are rising – led by millennials.Retailers, manufacturers, entrepreneurs and inventors are clamoring to win a leadership position in the U.S.

King Daley Shepherd for National Mutt Day

July 31, 2019

I think National Mutt Day is just the right day for me to re-tell this story about our "pure bred" King Daly Shepherd. Robin signs the adoption papersIt was 14-years ago when my wife Robin and I were called by friend at Chicago Animal Care & Control, saying a box of Australian Shepherd puppies have

Steve Dale Purrs on Part Two of the Purr Podcast

July 27, 2019

On the Purr Podcast, Dr Jolle Kirpensteijn and Dr. Susan Little ask me many questions in part two of our conversation. Listen HERE, as we begin by talking about the Winn Feline Foundation.I offer a few examples of the difference Winn Feline has made for cats, and one easy and dramatic story is how Winn

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Where the Lost Dogs Go

“Where the Lost Dogs Go: A Story of Love, Search and the Power of Reunion,” a conversation with New York Times best selling author Susannah Charleson on my national Steve Dale’s Pet World  radio show. These dogs are search and rescue dogs to help find lost dogs (instead of lost or missing people). Charleson explains how this…

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Rolling on the Road with Her Standard Poodle

She’s on a roll. She’s 90-years old and was told only days after her husband’s death by her doctor that she is also sick with limited time. Instead of accepting treatment, she decided to hit the road with her son, daughter-in-law, and their Standard Poodle, Ringo, in their RV.” I’m having the time of my…

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Waggle Foundation

I talk on my Steve Dale’s Pet World national radio show about the cost of veterinary medicine. I argue veterinary medicine is a bargain. Well, bargain or not – doesn’t help if you can’t afford it.  And that’s where Steve Mornelli of the Waggle Foundation comes in. The idea is to help people who are…

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Animal Cruelty Charges; Officials Rescue 73 Terriers

Two Ontario County, New York residents have been charged with animal cruelty after officials seized 73 small Cairn Terrier-type dogs. Officials said Humane Society workers were dispatched to a home on Lawyer Road in Naples, NY a report of dogs running in the road. Officials responded to the home a second time the following day,…

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Senior Pets and Cognitive Dysfunction; Fire Safety and Saving Cats in a Fire on WGN Radio

Listen HERE as I begin my Steve Dale’s Pet World radio show explaining that the fire safety bill I created with State Representative Diane Pappas should be signed anytime now by Governor J.B. Pritzker. Illinois will be the first state in the country to provide protections for animals in shelters, as a fire alarm system…

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Pain Management for Pets

Pain management for pets is as important as a topic can get. And here on my national Steve Dale’s Pet World national radio show I discuss just that with Dr. Tamara Grubb, a board certified veterinary anesthesiologist with a strong clinical interest and research focus in pain management. She is an Associate Clinical Professor of Anesthesia…

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