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  • Live greyhound racing good for Florida

    Regarding the April 14 editorial, "As dogs die, House Speaker dons blinders":
  • Navigating conflicts between your pet and new love

    Navigating conflicts between your pet and new love
    Angela Gonzalez shares her Carrollton, Texas, home with Peaches, a Pomeranian she adopted from an animal shelter in 2002. When a new boyfriend tried to squeeze Peaches out of the house, it was he, not Peaches, who got the heave-ho. "First, he didn't...

    Easter lily among plants that are dangerous to pets

    Easter lily among plants that are dangerous to pets
    I've been working in the yard frequently these days sprucing up the landscape with flowers and mulch before Mother Nature unleashes the worst of her heat and humidity in Central Florida. The colors and varieties of available plants are breathtaking, but I...

    Howard County Pets: The Debarking Controversy

    Howard County Pets: The Debarking Controversy
    Q: What does it mean to have a dog “debarked,” and is this inhumane? A: Debarking (also known as “devocalizing”) is a controversial surgical procedure that involves cutting the vocal cords by going through the mouth or an...

    Latest slam on cats for killing songbirds is unfair

    Dogs are man's best friends, but cats have a target on their backs. The latest to take aim was Richard Conniff in a New York Times op-ed piece March 21 headlined, "The Evil of the Outdoor Cat." So, now cats are evil. Sounds like the Middle Ages, when...