Archives for October 2011

Freebies in vet school

Are they harmless, or do they create early biases? “Law school grad and second-year vet student at Colorado State University Michelle Dally decided it was high time someone stepped up and dissected the role of vet industry-sponsored freebies in an ivory tower setting. Like so many veterinary students before her, she questioned the ethics of […]

Pet cloning: not all it’s cracked up to be?

It’s crossed all of our minds.  What if you could replicate that absolutely perfect pet you had as a kid?  That animal who still lives in your heart, many years later; the one to whom you unwittingly compare every subsequent pet.  For a little while, it looked like science was coming close.  But now… “Nearly […]

Seagull steals video camera

Seagull Steals Video Camera Real? Fake? You tell me. I especially like the beginning with the man saying, “Hey…  Hey!!”  Ha ha ha! Seagull steals video camera

Home Alone – how to reduce your dog’s boredom

Home Alone Boredom is possibly the number one cause of behavior problems in the house.  Dogs are notorious for getting into all sorts of mischief as soon as their human family has left for the day.  And can you blame them?  Would you enjoy hanging around the house all day, every day, with nothing to […]

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