Curious — like my cat — I did some research.
Dr. Anna Ruelle’s patients cannot tell her how they feel. That is part of the joy of being a veterinarian.
The more you know, the less scary they are.
“We are seeing mass releases of animals.”
For one thrilling evening, animal loving people will gather together to have fun and raise money for pets in need.
Wildlife patients do not understand that we are there to help them, and we cannot comfort them like pets. Being in captivity is inherently stressful and scary for our patients, so it is important to do what we can to shorten their stay with us.
Certain animals are protected from harm while the abuse of millions of others is accepted as normal and necessary.
Sometimes it is much easier to be outraged by someone else’s victimhood than your own.
When COVID-19 hit, it seemed like the stars had finally aligned for canine camaraderie.
We talked to Jennifer Kreitz from No Dog Left Behind, as well as our readers, about new pets during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Join us for the annual All About Dogs Day April 25! One spring day each year, we open the main