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 9, 2019 by Ron Callari

I've written several stories over the years about interspecies relationships. Whether it be dogs and goats, bison and cows, or wildlife in Africa. Today, it's another unlikely pair -- a goose and a dog.

Posted October 6, 2019 by M Dee Dubroff

Kabang translates innocuously into 'Spotty,' but this Filipino nickname is far too understated for this hero pooch, whose brave actions saved two young girls from a terrible motorcycle accident.

Posted September 17, 2019 by Ron Callari

Circuses, as we know them are becoming extinct.  Denmark is following suit with the   retirement of their circuses' last elephants.

Posted September 9, 2019 by Ron Callari

This is a tale of a drowning bear and what it took to save it. A Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) biologist Adam Warwick was actually found rescuing a black bear off the Panhandle.

Posted September 9, 2019 by M Dee Dubroff

Meet Hook, a small Chihuahua and Jack Russell mix service dog who is a big hero. This ten year-old dog pulled his hearing-impaired owner away from a train that was about to come within inches of striking her. Read on for more about this amazing canine.

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 2, 2019 by Ron Callari

This tale is about how one dog who decided to abandon the security of his hearth and home, to seek adventure.  Perhaps his backyard was becoming to hum-drum. Perhaps he lacked companionship. Perhaps, he just craved the wide open space of what nature could afford him.