Pet Fire Safety Bill Discussed on WGN Radio

May 19, 2019

Appropriately fire protections are in place for children in day care facilities, but sadly not for dogs or cats in boarding facilities. I thought we NEED protections in place, a pet fire safety bill, and now there will be a law to support this in Illinois. I speak with Illinois State Senator Donald DeWitte (33rd

Seeking Video of Declawed Cats

May 18, 2019

I am seeking help to spread the world about cat declaw. I want video of your declawed cats walking - even if that walking appears totally normal (or not).Over 20 years ago, I came out in the popular press and called cat declaws (Onychectomy) "barbaric."  At around the same time, I co-authored a handout

Pet Fire Safety Law Passes

May 17, 2019

When over 30 dogs were killed in a fire in West Chicago at Bully Life Animal Services (formerly D and D Kennels),  2N442 County Farm Road on January 14, I thought this shouldn’t ever happen again. Indeed, this tragedy, and others like it – which do happen around the country – are often preventable. I

Truth About Raw Meat-Based Diets for Pets

May 16, 2019

Raw meat based diets (RMBDs) may have all sorts of problems associated with them, despite what passionate and loving pet caretakers may think - scientists think otherwise, including those at the Food and Drug Administration Center for Veterinary Medicine.J. Scott Weese, DVM, DVSc, DACVIM, Ontario Veterinary

Sign Petition to Support Legalizing Domestic Ferrets in California

May 13, 2019

The rights of Californians to own domestic ferrets as pets is being blocked by the Sierra Club and their ignorance regarding legalizing domestic ferrets in California.“Sierra Club has long opposed holding wild animals as pets, but particularly when those animals could present a problem if they accidentally

Australia’s War on Feral Cats

May 6, 2019

Australia is at war. The enemy, according to the government are feral cats.Be warned that what you are about to read is true.According to the Australian Government Department of Environment and Energy in an stepped-up effort to protect and in some cases save endangered indigenous animal species, by 2020:

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Intimate Conversation with Dr. Jane Goodall

I’ve interviewed thousands, but never anyone like Dr. Jane Goodall, who should receive the next Nobel Peace Prize. My hope is that you support this effort. Dr. Goodall, who just celebrated her 85th birthday on April 3, is in person a slight women, who talks softly. Still, make no mistake about her ability to speak…

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Science Diet Expanded Recall information from FDA

From the Food and Drug Administration Center for Veterinary Medicine – much of what’s has been previously announced regarding the Science Diet recall. Some info is new in this post, primarily directed at veterinary professionals and retailers but I totally believe pet caretakers should know as well.  The FDA is alerting pet owners and veterinary…

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Winn Feline Foundation Symposium

Then Winn Feline Foundation President Joan Miller came up with the idea of sharing the latest information regarding cats with veterinary professionals in 1979 by holding an annual symposium. The greatest names in cat health have presented at the event, appropriately kicking off with Drs. Terri McGinnis, Niels C. Pedersen, and Fred Scott in 1979…

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Cat Alerts that Dog Trapped is in Trouble

A cat is being credited for rescuing a dog found trapped under a car hood. Like Lassie might have done, her cat led Clairessia Gamble the trapped stray dog, trapped in her car engine. It took some time to wiggle the pup free. The dog, named Pipi, is now seeking a forever home at the…

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Dr. Google is Not Man’s Best Friend

Veterinary behaviorist Dr. Chris Pachel on my national Steve Dale’s Pet World radio show says that our pets are paying a price – though their caretakers love them – because people source their information from pet store employees, friends at the dog park or Dr. Google. One example, is that the cat urinates outside the…

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Anti Cruelty Society Bark in the Park on WGN Radio

I begin with WGN Radio Steve Dale’s Pet World by announcing HERE that the bill I proposed to mandate fire safety and protection in Illinois kennels and boarding facilities appears to be on its way to becoming law. In politics, “It ain’t over, till it’s over,” but – for now – it looks good that…

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Cats Can Get Seizures Too

Cats can get seizures, who knew? Dr. Simon Platt, professor of neurology and neurosurgery at the University of Georgia College of Veterinary Medicine explains how seizures can be identified in cats on my national Steve Dale’s Pet World radio show. Seizures (like lots of other issues with cats) can fool us – and might even…

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