Posted August 28, 2016 by Ron Callari

A lot of political angst has ensued, ever since presidential candidate Donald Trump first uttered his infamous campaign promise to build a wall along America’s southwestern border. Folks on both sides of the aisle have differing opinions as to whether or not such an impediment would prevent humans from being able to cross over from Mexico to the United States, without going through the proper channels. This debate will most likely continue right up to Tuesday,  November 8th, election day.

Posted August 26, 2016 by Rebecca West

Canine studies have opened the door to finding cures for human diseases. The best news? Unlike studies of old, no harm comes to the animal during the course of the research.

Posted July 15, 2016 by Rebecca West

When is it not alright for your cat to drool? Would you know the difference between normal levels and those that are elevated? Have you ever even seen your cat drool? Check out what's deemed normal or acceptable and what's not when it comes to drooling in cats right here.

Posted June 23, 2016 by Rebecca West

Game of Thrones fans: Have you ever wondered whether dire wolves were real or merely a figment of author George R.R. Martin's imagination? Well, according to the blog Scientific American, they were. Find out when they lived, how big they really got, what they ate and what their social structure was right here.

Posted June 9, 2016 by Rebecca West

Giant African Pouched Rats are being trained to save lives with their super sniffers. With one of the most sensitive noses in the entire animal kingdom, these furry creatures are rehabilitating the species in the eyes of the public. Find out more about them here and which disease they've been trained to detect. (VIDEO)

Posted May 25, 2016 by Rebecca West

Did you know that your cat is capable of spreading disease to you and your family members? Well, they can. Find out the Top 5 illnesses they can spread and what you can do about it to prevent transmission of some of these potentially fatal diseases.

Posted May 18, 2016 by Rebecca West

So, you've got a jumper. Sure, it's nice to be loved and appreciated the moment you walk through the door, but being hit with a groin punch the minute you step into a room isn't exactly what you had in mind. Find out right here how to train your dog not to jump up on you, your family or your guests.

Posted May 12, 2016 by Rebecca West

Do you know how much exercise your dog needs? Did you know that certain breeds need more exercise than others and which dogs should avoid certain situations? Find out how often you should walk your dog, the lengths of time they should be walked and whether or not they need additional activity in their lives right here.