Q: I've written to you before about the scoundrel veterinarians who've cheated the public. A: I absolutely do not think veterinarians are vaccinating dogs to death.
I am a journalist, not a veterinarian. Dr. Andrew Jones, a veterinarian in British Columbia, Canada, looked into the camera and told pet owners that veterinarians were "upcharging" them and preying on their emotional attachment to their pets.
Q: Why do people go on TV every year warning against giving our pets turkey over Thanksgiving, when turkey is found in dog and cat food? A: You're right that there's nothing inherently dangerous about cats or dogs eating turkey.
"God created dogs as companions to show us the principals of angelic behavior, service and love," says actor/author John O'Hurley, who will once again offer color commentary for the Thanksgiving Day National Dog Show Presented by Purina from noon ...
Q: I recently discovered your radio show and listen each week from Spain. A: The good news is, owners increasingly care, and care passionately, about what they feed their pets. Here's what I know: Cat are carnivores.
Willow, a fawn-colored pit bull-type dog, was hours away from certain death. "She was skin and bones and could barely muster the energy to stand up," says Kira Robson, supervisor at Chicago Animal Care and Control.