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June 23 2020

Intestinal Parasites In Urban Dog Parks

So, how safe are dog parks? I’m not referring to dog bites or COVID-19, as it turns out intestinal parasites might be more an issue. Oklahoma State University College of Veterinary Medicine parasitologist Dr. Susan Little wanted to find out. So, she investigated dogs parks in over 30 metro areas in the U.S. and recovered…

June 21 2020

Animal Stories with Tommy Edwards and Dog Training Techniques at What Price

Tommy Edwards was one half of what was arguably the most legendary radio bit in Chicago radio history, called Animal Stories. On my Steve Dale’s Pet World WGN Radio show, listen HERE as I talk with Lil’ Snotnose Tommy about his book, People Tell Me I Grew Up Listening to You: Stories from Behind the Mic.…

May 29 2020

Senior Dogs: Canine Cognitive Dysfunction Syndrome

Scientists use dogs as models to study Alzheimer’s Disease in people because there are so many similarities on so many levels. Neurochemistry in dog brains is shockingly identical to people. For thousands of years dogs have lived side by side with humans and share our same environments. What makes this research possible in the first…

May 28 2020

Banfield Survey on Pets and Life in Quarantine

Love this release from Banfield the Pet Hospital which demonstrates how vital the human animal bond is. I’ve been talking and writing about how many dogs may suffer separation anxiety when suddenly the house empties as the family enters its new normal life. I also suggest (as does this survey) that humans may suffer separation…

May 23 2020

Moving with Pets: Tips and Tricks

Guest post: Operating Oz Moving & Storage New York, for 25 years, we know from firsthand experience that most households include pets. In fact, a 2019-2020 National Pet Survey showed that 85 million in the US have at least one pet. If you’re one of those pet owners and are about to tackle a move,…

May 19 2020

Dog Has Poor Aim, Piddling on Himself

Q: My dog doesn’t lift his leg to urinate. This is a problem because he piddles on his own front legs. His beautiful cream-colored coat is turning yellow. Getting this 50-lb. dog into a bathtub everyday is getting old. The vet says everything is okay, and my dog may catch on, eventually. I can’t wait…

May 19 2020

It’s More than a Sense of Smell; Dog’s Nose is a Heat Sensor

We know that a dog nose can identify illegal drugs and explosives, not to mention to even identify various cancers. Dogs are even successfully being trained to detect COVID-19. However, until now, no has thought about dogs identifying if a person has a fever. In California, so-called fire chaser beetles of the genus Melanophila, commonly are…

May 10 2020

Monique Feyrecilde Vet Stream Global Team: Join In

On the veterinary conference circuit veterinary technician Monique Feyrecilde, BA, LVT, VTS (Behavior) is one of the best educators out there. With three of her intrepid vet tech colleagues, they’ve organized a a virtual conference from scratch, Vet Stream Global Team. Watch HERE, as tonight Dr. Elizabeth Bales and myself talk with Feyrecilde about the…

May 9 2020

Post COVID Canine Separation Anxiety

For so many dogs, sheltering in place at our homes is a dream come true. But what’s next? Here’s the segment I did for Good Morning America on increased separation anxiety. I suggest this separation distress will occur most likely among the three following populations of dogs in particular: Dogs who previously suffered mild to more severe…

May 5 2020

Dr. Marty Becker On Fear Free, Healing Power of Pets in Times of Crisis and Human Animal Bond

Dr. Marty Becker is a unique figure in veterinary medicine – a supreme communicator and supporter of the Human Animal Bond, and the science associated with that bond. Dr. Becker will join Dr. Elizabeth Bales and myself in a Facebook conversation, which you can join HERE. It’s all free (a world both Dr Becker and…

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