Have you ever wondered what it would be like to raise a puppy for a service-dog organization? Puppy-raising is a vital step in a dog’s journey to becoming a working service dog, and the. . .
Many times, we have posted about folks who have had problems in restaurants with their service dogs, but in the vast majority of these instances, the dog owner doesn’t have an obvious. . .
A police officer in Strongsville, Ohio, had a novel approach for dealing with a woman who had left her dog in a hot car with no ventilation: He made her sit in the same car for a few. . .
A Utah girl named Phoenix, emotions rising, ran to a joyful sidewalk reunion with her dog on Friday after roughly two years and nearly 1700 miles of separation. “Really happy and exciting,” is. . .
Here’s a beautiful story about how a teenage boy with autism learned to enjoy hugging and kissing his mother through the love of a shelter dog named Roxie. Joey Granados used to loathe. . .
Here’s a low-quality cell-phone video of an incredibly well trained dog. Most folks will consider how great this is for the owner, but think about the dog not having to wait to be taken outside to. . .
We’ve all either a. been there, or b. done that. I know that I have certainly been guilty of sending the dog in to wake up my son when he doesn’t get out of bed on a school day. How about you?
Client communication is an important aspect of veterinary medicine. Our patients can’t speak for themselves, but the veterinarian-client-patient relationship should never be a one-way . . .