by Kate Spencer
The summer’s severe weather across the states of Colorado has left the words “emergency” and “evacuation” emblazoned across my mind. Thinking about it, I had to admit that I wouldn’t really be prepared to take care of myself in an evacuation situation, much less my dog and my cat. However, when precious seconds can matter, it pays to be prepared ahead of time.
by Sarah Rumple
Last week, I posted a blog about the health benefits pets have on children. You can read the post here.
That very day, when I arrived home from work, the evening news was discussing new research in the journal Pediatrics which detailed the specific health benefits pet ownership brings for children. ... [More]
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 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]
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