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What Heartworm Looks Like

You don’t want this to be inside your dog (or cat or ferret). Heartworm disease can kill, but it’s preventable. Heartworm is spread by mosquitoes and this year, in particular, no shortage of the buzzers. Learn more about heartworm disease.

Speedy Ninja Cat

Faster than a______(you fill in the blank)….Can you beat this cat?

Summer Safety for Cats

           Where’s Sheriff Andy Taylor when you need him? In most places, if you phone the local sheriff or fire department to fetch a cat up a tree, you’ll only hear a bemused operator ask, ‘You’ve gotta be kidding?’ If you manage to convince emergency personnel to respond, you’ll likely be charged a fee.            …

Baby, It's Hot Out There

Tips for keeping pets safe in the summer      Dogs (and cats) die in hot cars: Okay, even if it’s only 80 outside (which doesn’t sound so bad), in 15 minutes, even with windows cracked open, it hits over 115 inside a car (according to a Stanford University) study. Not being able to cool themselves…

United Pet Group Pro-Pet and Excel Brand Products Recalled

United Pet Group, Cincinnati, Ohio is voluntarily expanding its recent recall of its Pro-Pet Adult Daily Vitamin Supplement tablets for Dogs to include additional pet nutritional supplement products for dogs and cats due to possible Salmonella contamination, according to the FDA website. A long list follows at the end of this story. The recalled products…

Animal Welfare League Needs Help!

By guest blogger Jill Cahr, Animal Welfare League volunteer, and co-author Happy Dog: Caring For Your Dog’s Body, Mind & Spirit Surprisingly, few people know about the Animal Welfare League or their critically important intake facility on Chicago’s South Side, serving the community for over 70 years. This facility, 6224 S. Wabash Avenue, operates in…

Feline's Pride Cat Food Recall

According to the FDA website, Feline’s Pride is announcing a voluntary recall of Feline’s Pride Raw food with ground bone for cats and kittens, Natural Chicken Formula, (2.5 lbs, 40 oz) produced 6/10110 because it may be contaminated with Salmonella. People handling raw pet food can become infected with Salmonella, especially if they have not…

It's All About the Cat, Experts Speak Out

Celebrating Cats!! My latest WLS 890-AM On Demand show celebrates the cat – and by listening you can get a FREE copy of a cat welfare and care booklet call CATegorical Care. What’s the number one reason why cats die? No, not cancer, or kidney disease….it’s when cats begin to have accidents outside the litter…

Lindsey Wagner Eat Your Heart Out, Here's A Bionic Feline

A 2 1/2-year old cat in England, named Oscar, whose back legs were chopped off in a farming accident, has been given a new bionic pair. Not only doesn’t this happen every day, this is a first in veterinary medicine. The accident occurred in October (2009), see Oscar today for yourself – seeing is believing. 

Addressing Nightline's Piece on Overweight Pets, I Disagree on Steve Dale's Pet World, WLS

I agree with Dr. Ernie Ward, seen here on Nightline, that we do have a nation of overweight pets – but I so don’t agree with everything he says. I don’t, for example, blame the pet food industry. He just doesn’t have it completely right, and misses so much (he doesn’t even mention free-feeding our…

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