700 Dogs Rescued from Puppy Mill

June 13, 2019

This is as crazy and horrific as it gets. Craig Gray, 58, of Nashville, GA is facing animal cruelty charges after 700 dogs were discovered (in March) at a puppy mill. Police described the scene as "out of control and inhumane."Can you imagine, 700 animals? At first I assumed that was a typo.According

Dog Scared to Death of Fireworks? What Happened in Toledo?

June 12, 2019

Can a dog be scared to death, literally? On May 31 during a dog-friendly event called "Paws and Pints"at Firth Third Field in Toledo, fireworks followed the minor league baseball game. On the spot, an 18-month-old Samoyed, named Stella, dropped dead.According to a report in the Blade, the dog's owner

7 Reasons to Ban Retractable Leashes

June 11, 2019

If I had the power to do it, I would ban retractable leashes. Of course, any piece of equipment can be a problem, but I argue there are a myriad of potential issues regarding retractable leashes, which may be downright dangerous for dogs and for the people who walk them.1: The very concept of giving

Meow Meet Up Chicago

June 10, 2019

Meow Meet Up is a Cat Convention and feline festival, coming to Chicago July 20-21 at the Rosemont Stephens Convention Center. I speak HERE on my WGN radio show with Lauren Mieli, publisher of the CATNIP TIMES.  with Lauren Mieli at WGN RadioWe actually begin our conversation with what's happening in

New York State Poised to Ban Declaw

June 4, 2019

For years, I've been calling declaw "barbaric." It IS just that. Denver approved a ban on declaw, which follows Los Angeles, San Francisco, Santa Monica, and lots of other California cities, several Canadian provinces and over 25 entire nations. And New York state is now poised to be the first state

Rain, Rain Bringing Leptospirosis: Lots of Lepto In Urban Areas

June 4, 2019

Leptospirosis is a potential outcome of the record rainfall all over the country. Lepto is a bacterial infection that lives in water, and even a city puddle can do it. During and after hurricane and flooding events, leptospirosis often surges.  Here's what happens: Infected animals urinate in water,

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Pet Fire Safety Law Passes

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 thought…

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Why is this Old Dog Spraying?

Q: I am a senior who adopted a senior dog almost two years ago. Auggie insists on marking one of my couches. I have sprayed it with a mark no more product to no avail. I take him for walks regularly and he always goes. I am at my wits end as to what to…

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Screening for Tick Disease

Dr. Wade Burton, medical affairs director IDEXX on ticks and tick disease, and more important and that is screening for tick disease. People seem to understand that ticks carry disease, but may not realize a single tick bite may carry a pathogen cocktail – passing along several tick diseases with one bite. We chat on…

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Chicago Canine Rescue First Annual Chicago Taco & Tequila Fest

The best fundraiser EVER: Chicago Canine Rescue First Annual Chicago Taco & Tequila Fest.  Stuffed tortillas and the juices of the blue agave plant (better known to distilled spirits aficionados as tequila) are center stage. And there will also be a stage with live music. Both traditional and exotic ingredient-stuffed tortillas will be smartly paired…

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WINNING Cats Feline Educational Cat Seminars and Cat Show

The Winn Feline Foundation, Cat Fanciers’ Association (CFA) and The International Cat Association are partnering with Dr. Elsey’s Precious Cat to host The Cat Show and simultaneous educational cat seminars in conjunction with their cat show on June 22-23 in the Exhibition Hall at the Fairgrounds in Timonium, MD. Winn Feline Foundation is hosting seminars…

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WSAVA Group: Shaping the Future: Wellness in the Veterinary Profession

Experts from around the world will discuss the implications of research undertaken by the WSAVA’s Professional Wellness Group (PWG) into veterinary wellness in a panel session during WSAVA World Congress. The discussion, called ‘Shaping the Future:  Wellness in the Veterinary Profession’, will take place on 17 July, following a presentation of the preliminary results of…

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Acupuncture: Dr. Judy Morgan Says It May Help

Acupuncture is something we all have heard about – meaning we know the term. But what is it really? Dr. Judy Morgan explains, and says this form of medicine can help our pets. She’s my guest on my national Steve Dale’s Pet World radio show. I ask about the fact acupuncture involves needles, and how…

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