by Kate Spencer
New Jersey drivers have someone else to buckle up when they hit the road this summer: Their pet.
According to news from NEWStat, AAHA’s news service for veterinarians, New Jersey drivers now risk fines up to $1,000 and up to six months in jail for carrying a pet unrestrained in their vehicle.
by Kate Spencer
Running with a puppy can be both a rewarding and challenging experience. Experts suggest waiting until your pup is full grown before going for full runs. Here are some tips on running with your own four-legged pup:
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
I use the term Advocacy Aids to describe a set of health forms I’ve created to help you excel as your pet’s medical advocate. Where can you find them? It’s easy. Simply go to www.speakingforspot.com and look for “Resources” in the red horizontal main menu. [More]
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