Mirataz Stimulates Cat’s Appetite: No Pilling Required

December 14, 2018

Mirtazapine is an antidepressant when used in people, and it turns out that this drug also possesses appetite-stimulating properties. And someone, somewhere then had an “Ah Ha moment” wondering if the drug would work as an appetite stimulant in cats, and to be delivered as a transdermal rather than a

Delta Airlines Adds Additional Flight Restrictions for Comfort/Service Dogs

December 11, 2018

Flying with comfort animals/service animals has become very complicated in recent years. In part, because some abuse the system. However, in my view, the airlines themselves are also responsible as are ignorant pet caretakers.

Delta Airlines said Monday that it will ban all emotional support animals

Pets Safe in Winter

December 10, 2018

Keeping pets safe in winter can be a challenge. Some dogs delight romping in the snow and appear as impervious to frigid temperatures as snow is to polar bears.

Malamutes, Great Pyrenees, Huskies and many other large dogs seem friskier in weather that chills us to the bone.

On the other paw, Toy

Canine Lymphoma, It’s Treatable: Dr. Sue Cancer Vet

December 5, 2018

Veterinary oncologist Dr. Sue Ettinger talks about canine lymphoma on my national Steve Dale's Pet World national radio show.

Here are two interesting bullet points which she offers far more detail on:

At least half

Aeris the Movie About a Kitten with FIP Now Available

December 4, 2018

Filmmaker/actor Paul Castro Jr. with actress Aly Miller produced a movie called "Aeris."  The short award-winning

Superstar Technician/Nurse Debbie Martin on Fear Free

November 29, 2018

Debbie Martin is five stars. The nearly all perfect reviews are for veterinary nurse Debbie Martin and her husband veterinary behaviorist Dr. Ken Martin's book "Puppy Start Right."

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Cold Enough for You? Keeping Pets Safe in Winter

Keeping pets safe in the cold. I offer several general tips. Short-haired dogs need a coat or sweater, it’s the right thing to do. When it’s TOO cold, even Malamutes, Huskies, Newfoundlands, Samoyeds and other dogs who relish the cold can actually get too cold. It’s possible. Use a de-icer or salt that is pet-friendly,…

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Pets and Vets Program Benefits from Purina Contribution

The Animal Rescue Foundation Pets and Vets Program is quite incredible really. Taking homeless dogs and training them appropriately – with additional training from a veteran in need of a service dog for PTSD. That dog is paired with the veteran, which not only finds that pup an important home but also makes more space…

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From Training Elephants to Training Dogs on WGN Radio

Visting Kanta elephant sancutary

Returning from Thailand, on my Steve Dale’s Pet World WGN Radio radio show, HEAR how it was to visit Kanta Elephant Sanctuary in Thailand. I offer tips on visiting elephant sanctuaries in Thailand, and describe a bit about how they’re not all the same. In Thailand, those who work with elephants and training elephants consider that…

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Lucille Ball Loved Animals, Her Best Friend Paula Stewart

Steve Dale with Paula Stewart on Lucille Ball

Imagine, your best friend was Lucille Ball. I happened to Lucy a bit, and I so knew how much she loved animals. Actress Paula Stewart wrote a book about her bestie called “Lucy Loved Me,” and I talk with Paula on my national Steve Dale’s Pet World radio show. Lucy was if nothing else loyal…

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Dog-Friendly IKEA Store in Italty

Dogs at IKEA in Italt

If only IKEA stores in the U.S. would do the same. And IKEA store in Catania, Italia welcomes street dogs to come in from the cold and rain. In this video shared on Facebook, dogs at IKEA can be seen resting on IKEA rugs inside staging rooms in the Catania, Italy store. No word on…

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Future of Canine or Human Flu Vaccines Could be the Llama

Llamas may fight the flu

Worried about the dog flu or even ourselves getting the flu? Certainly, a vaccine can help to prevent the flu in both species. Now, there’s a new idea Get yourself a llama. Llamas have been used to produce a new antibody therapy that has the potential to work against all types of flu, including new…

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