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Politicizing Puerto Rico or Telling the Truth?

Puerto Rico is a mess – there isn’t a report from the island which doesn’t indicate that. When I first interviewed certified animal behavior consultant/dog trainer and Puerto Rican resident Terrie Hayward for the piece which appears below, most people who I heard from expressed gratitude for shining a light on the truth. However, I…

Pet Companies Support Hurricane Relief

Veterinary Medicine is helping their own post Hurricane Harvey and , and pet owners. Helping the profession is the American Veterinary Medical Foundation (AVMF). Pharmaceutical companies and pet food companies have stepped up. Here are two of many examples both working with  GreaterGood.org, an independent 501(c)(3) charitable organization devoted to improving the health and well-being of…

Conversations with Veterinarians in Florida and Texas During Irma and Post Harvey

Hear my live conversation with Dr. Patrick Flynn of Zoetis from his house in Clearwater, Florida, on Steve Dale’s Pet World on WGN radio. He describes the scene and explains why he chose not to evacuate. It has to do, in part, with this question: Where do you go? Dr. Flynn has two dogs and an…

Animals Treated Better: Harvey vs. Katrina, But Many Are Lost

Because of the Hurricane Katrina response of rescuers often refusing to take pets, and watching people die as a result, culture and laws have changed. During the Harvey rescue, pets and their shelter mattered, and as a result lives were likely saved–both human and animal. Post Katrina, by law, FEMA rescuers are now supposed to take…

Rescuing Animals in Houston

Some animals are being rescued as evacuation efforts continue in Houston and other Texas communities as a result of Hurricane Harvey. The law mandates that, if at all possible, FEMA work to rescue pets during evacuations, but many rescuers are private, may not be trained to rescue animals, or may simply not want to rescue…

Frisbee Disc Competition, Why No Cat Statues, Dog Flu That is Not Flu, Rhino Bowling, and More

I talk about the dog statues on Michigan Avenue on WGN Radio’s Steve Dale’s Pet World. Check out the podcast HERE as I chat about the 54-inch-tall fiberglass dog statues of “police dogs,” which are a part of the K9s for Cops campaign to pay tribute to the canine unit, honor fallen Chicago police officers, and…

Trump Administration Removes Public Information on Animal Cruelty

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has removed public access to tens of thousands of reports that document the numbers of animals kept by research labs, companies, zoos, circuses, and animal transporters—and whether those animals are being treated humanely under the Animal Welfare Act. Henceforth, those wanting access to the information, for example, about an alleged…

Proud that Trump Children Like to Kill Wildlife?

This post is not intended to be about politics, but instead, right versus wrong. I ask, “What kind of humans do this?” Hillary Clinton, when asked during last night’s CNN town hall presidential debate about a Donald Trump attribute, mentioned Trump’s children. Well, Mrs. Clinton, I’m not so sure about that. The Donald has repeatedly…

Going Deep with Wayne Pacelle, HSUS

Typically radio interviews are maybe 10 minutes long more or less, and interrupted by commercials. In this Steve Dale’s Other World podcast interview with Wayne Pacelle, president/CEO of the Humane Society of the United States, I took to the time to ask challenging questions. I am very complimentary, and I mean what I say, but…

Please Speak Up for Animal Control

Chicago Animal Care & Control (CACC) takes in over 17,000 animals annually. The good news is that there are increasingly many rescues and shelters that participate in pulling the animals, and compared to other cities, Chicago does quite well. Still, make no mistake – animals are being killed that can live. There are many moving…

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