by Jason Merrihew
Although we all face professional and personal challenges every day, my problem solving skills and ability to adapt to adversity directly stem from my childhood. Growing up in a small western Nebraska town with physical abnormalities, I felt a constant spotlight was shown on me because I was “... [More]
by Nancy Kay, DVM
Dogs and cats eat some pretty darned crazy things! Sure, I can understand nabbing a loaf of bread from the kitchen counter or sneaking some “kitty roca” out of the litter box. But why on earth eat a sewing needle, panty hose, Lego pieces, or mama’s favorite diamond earrings? Just when I think I’ve seen it all, something new surprises me. [More]
by Nancy Kay, DVM
At long last, here is a blog post that will appeal to those of you who love cats (although dog lovers will likely enjoy it as well). You have been such loyal fans in spite of the fact that I know you’ve felt slighted. We all hoped there would be a Talking for Tabby published on the heels of Speaking for Spot. No such luck! The publishers I’ve spoken with feel that medically oriented cat books don’t sell well. Here’s the good news – the medical advocacy principles presented in Speaking for S [More]
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