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  • Wrangling cats need to start over building a good relationship

    VANCOUVER, WA. -- These reader questions about cats were answered at a meeting of the Board of Directors of the Winn Feline Foundation during the foundation's 35th Annual Symposium on Feline Health, June 26-27. The foundation is a non-profit that funds...
  • Betty White deeply appreciates what animals 'have to teach us'

    Betty White deeply appreciates what animals 'have to teach us'
    Betty White scoffs at the notion of being the most trusted person in America. "That's so silly," she says. White laughs when being compared to the late news anchor Walter Cronkite, who once held that same throne for years. "I'm just an old broad who's...
  • Jon Provost, Lassie's young pal, still loves dogs

    Jon Provost was about to participate in a special event in his honor at the Chicago Museum of Broadcast Communications when I asked, "What if you fell into a well on your way from the airport to the museum?" The now 63-year-old actor, who played Timmy...
  • 'Comfort dogs' help Newtown residents smile again

    Families who lost children at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, CN, are undoubtedly going through emotional upheaval beyond imagination. Of all possible horrors, nothing is quite so awful as losing a child, particularly so tragically and...
  • Dog's quivering could be a sign of pain

    PHOENIX, AZ -- These reader questions were answered by veterinary experts attending the annual American Animal Hospital Association Conference March 14-17, attended by over 2,100 veterinary professionals. AAHA is the only organization that accredits small...
  • National conference explores key issues facing veterinarians

    PHOENIX, AZ - The American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) Conference, held here March 14-17, was an opportunity for over 2,100 veterinary professionals to learn the latest cutting edge news, and to advance their education. Presentations ranged from...
  • You can ease your dog's anxiety about fireworks

    Q: With Independence Day around the corner, is there anything I can do to help our dog, Betty, who gets really nervous about the fireworks displays held fairly close to our home? -- M.M., Deerfield, IL A: Run away! If you can, slip away for a few days to...
  • Abnormal behavior calls for a visit to the veterinarian

    Q: My 6-month-old cat has not defecated for a week. I took her to the veterinarian for a second time, and she noticed the cat was backed up "up high." Anastasia now has stopped eating. When I take her to the vet, she gets traumatized. Any suggestions? A....
  • Animals can bring out the best in us

    LEWIS CENTER, OHIO -- The concept is positively brilliant, integrating an urban definition of animals -- living with pets, sharing our beds with them -- with the very different rural reality of animals living on the farm. The non-profit Animals For LIFE...
  • Careful training best way to curb female dog's marking habit

    Q: My 12-year-old spayed dog used to piddle like the female she is. Then, about a year ago, she began to piddle far more often on walks, sometime lifting her leg like a male dog. She used to urinate maybe three or four times on walks, but now she lifts...
  • Cat's quirky behavior more about love than sex!

    LAS VEGAS, NEV -- These reader questions were answered by world-renowned experts attending the 85th Western Veterinary Conference in Las Vegas, Feb.17-21: Q: My 18-month-old Maltese does the most curious thing. Every night when I undress, she grabs my...