Posted June 11, 2018 by M Dee Dubroff

Meet a very special dog named Max.  Deaf and partially blind, this 17 year-old canine saved the life of a three year-old child lost for more than 15 hours  in the Australian Bushland.

Posted June 9, 2018 by Ron Callari

Humans have been breaking a leg for some time — both figuratively on the stage and in real life. But what about our pets when they incur injuries related to their bones, joints or feathers? What are their options? Veterinary orthopedics is relatively a new field of medicine, but one that is emerging.

Posted June 8, 2018 by Laurie Kay Olson

Okay, Charlie, I know it was my idea that we join the police force, but this isn't what I had in mind at all!

Posted June 8, 2018 by Ron Callari

It’s been long believed that one of the ways humans separate themselves from the animals is that we talk civilly to one another, and animals don't. Today's blog is written to debunk that theory

Posted June 6, 2018 by Ron Callari

Reality stars are a dime a dozen. However when they enhance their star-power with the power of the people, namely attracting millions of followers on social media — then you’re talking about them ascending to another realm of celebrity.

Posted June 4, 2018 by Laurie Kay Olson

For those who don't know, the pet version of a head is the head bonk. Strangely, this comes across as more affectionate than a hug.

Posted June 1, 2018 by Laurie Kay Olson

Oh, boy! Dad's doing doughnuts and coffee for breakfast. Quick! While he's checking his phone!

Posted May 31, 2018 by Ron Callari

A while back I questioned whether or not animals could laugh and cry? Research indicates they can — but with reservation. Some behaviorists indicate animals have a difficult time with the “incongruity theory.” This is the supposition that humor becomes evident when a being reacts to the inconsistency between what one expects to happen and what actually does happen.