Q: My dog is smart and sneaky. A: I doubt your dog plans in advance to hide his pills. Some might argue that your dog isn't intentionally attempting to fool you; he simply doesn't want the pill and deposits it out of the way.
I enjoy hearing your views -- and you're certainly not hesitant about expressing them! COMMENT: Please, medicating a dog to deal with fears, really? STEVE DALE: Of course dogs are not people.
Q: Our dog, Gimble, has been on heartworm preventative year-round since we adopted him as a puppy. A: The test you're referring to is a blood test which can identify adult heartworm.
Victoria Stilwell calls electronic shock collars abusive. "If I, say, put a shock collar on a child, people would look at me with horror," says the host of Animal Planet's "It's Me or the Dog."
"Behavior Problems of the Dog and Cat, 3rd Edition," by Dr. Gary Landsberg, Dr. Wayne Hunthausen and Dr. Lowell Ackerman, is an ultimate reference on the topic.
Betty White scoffs at the notion of being the most trusted person in America. "That's so silly," she says. "I'm just an old broad who's been around the block," White says.