Posted October 12, 2019 by Ron Callari

One might assume by the title of this blog, I'm referencing the political implications of this country. Yes politicians have been chastised as "animals," but that topic is better addressed by political organizations.

Posted October 12, 2019 by Ron Callari

Homelessness in the world does not only affect displaced humans. It's a critical issue for dogs as well. In fact, homeless animals outnumber homeless people.

Posted September 23, 2019 by Ron Callari

It took Taylor Swift over 10 years to be come the pop star she is today. She currently has a whopping net worth of $320 million stemming from her record sales and concert performances. However every success story faces bumps in the road.

Posted September 21, 2019 by Ron Callari

Downton Abbey is coming to the big screen, and the cast is pretty much all in tact.  That is except those that had passed away. Throughout the television series that ran 10 years, Lord Grantham's love of dogs was evident, particularly one breed.

Posted September 20, 2019 by Creature Features

Donkey Burgers, one of China's first fast foods, have arrived in North America and offbeat meat mavens have pricked up their ears, put down their cash, and picked up their forks.

Posted September 6, 2019 by Ron Callari

Clara Barton's experiences during the Civil War taught us the necessity for providing housing and nursing care and emotional support during national disasters. Chella Phillips did something similar in sheltering 97 canines during the horrendous onslaught of Hurricane Dorian that hit the Bahamas on September 1.

Posted September 3, 2019 by Ron Callari

When humans lose their parents, they can grieve for weeks on end. Even when the grieving subsides, the loss creates an emptiness in many of us. It's a hole that can't be filled easily, and sometimes it never is. But what about wildlife?

Posted August 27, 2019 by Ron Callari

What does the the Amazon fires mean for wildlife? According to National Geographic's Natasha Daly, "In the Amazon, nothing is adapted to fire. 10 percent of Earth’s animal species live there."