Day: August 18, 2015

How Not to Fly With Your Dog: Let Him Snap and Growl at the Crew

As airlines have progressively put more and more effort into making commercial flight an actively miserable experience, there’s an emerging class of passenger who seems only too happy to help. Airline passengers with an enlarged sense of their own entitlement have ranged from the businessman who got in a fight because he used a device …

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We Chat With Dog Trainer Leslie McDevitt, Author of the Groundbreaking “Control Unleashed”

As a dog trainer committed to my craft, I love learning from other qualified dog training professionals. I love it so much that I spent $5,000 on continuing education (seminars, travel, DVDs, webinars, books, and becoming a nose work instructor) in 2014 alone. Knowledge and study of our canine companions is expanding rapidly, and it’s …

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Ask a Vet: Why Are Heartworm Preventatives Starting to Fail?

August is high season for heartworm transmission. That is unfortunate, because heartworm disease is serious business. Heartworms, as the name implies, are worms that live in the circulatory system. The name is a bit of a misnomer — heartworms prefer to live not in the heart, but in the pulmonary arteries (which are major blood vessels leading …

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