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May 8 2010

Why Some Men Have Dogs And Not Wives

This was sent to me by radio legend Fred Winston, by way of Mary Palmer of Maltese Rescue. Here’s why some men have dogs and not wives:

May 8 2010

Mutt Strut for Community Animal Rescue Effort in Evanston

The Strut for Strays for the Community Animal Rescue Effort, held May 8, in Evanston was the 15th annual. Lots and lots of those who walked were adopted from this shelter. Click here to see and sniff the highlights:

May 8 2010

Sitting Down with Betty White

Betty White, hosting Saturday Night Live tonight (May 8), I’ve known Betty for many years because of her passion for animals, including pets of all kinds. Here’s my most recent print piece; I interviewed Betty White at the Western Veterinary Conference, where she was honored for her many decades at a Board member of the…

May 7 2010

Strut for Strays for the Community Animal Rescue Effort in Evanston

Your dog(s) can help homeless dogs who happen to find themselves in the Evanston Shelter (Ladd Arboretum for the Community Animal Rescue Effort’s Strut for Strays). The Strut for Strays is Saturday, May, 8 at 9 a.m. Don’t worry if you’re not registered – you can do so on site. The walk starts at the…

May 6 2010

Dr. Sheldon Rubin On Demand, WLS-AM

What a discussion: Flea and heartworm control, getting dogs’ coats in good shape and getting dogs into physical condition for the summer, even what to do if there’s a pet emergency. Here’s a one-hour On Demand conversation with Chicago’s own Dr. Sheldon Rubin. America doesn’t have James Herriot, but we do have Dr. Rubin. There’s…

May 5 2010

Bad Ass Police Dogs

I don’t know how I feel about these over-reactive police dogs. What do you think?

May 5 2010

A Call for Dog Groomers to Unite to Help Clean the Oil Spill in the Gulf

I am calling for the Chicago area dog groomers to come together – Dog Hair for the Gulf. Dog hair stuffed into used woman’s nylons helps to soak up oil. If the Chicago area dog groomers do this – I will happily support and promote this on my WLS radio show….Step up, bark up!. What…

May 4 2010

One Dog's Road to Adoption

It’s tough to communicate to a dog (or for that matter a cat), if you only ‘do this,’ your odds will be far greater of being adopted. Shelters are stressful places to be, and some may be there for stressful reasons in the first place (family abandons them, owner dies, etc). This is story of…

May 4 2010

Peggy Moran, a Great Teacher and Now a Great Student

It was more than 20 years when we happened upon the dog of my life, Chaser. While, she turned out to change my life, she arrived with “issues.” I think the previous owners wanted the timid then 9-month old Brittany to be a gun dog. She was so fearful, their answer was to subject her…

May 4 2010

Warning: Pets Are Being Stolen from Backyards

I don’t believe you’d call these criminals cat burglars. Seriously, dognapping from backyards seems to be on the rise in the Chicago area, and all over the country. Tragically, many of the small dogs that are swiped are being used as bait for training dogfighting dogs. Others are essentially being nabbed for ransom, waiting for…

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