The Question of Being Native Wildlife

I make no bones about my view that the horses that roam the American West are feral and should not be regarded as native wildlife. This view shouldn’t controversial, but it is. Lots of romanticism exist about horses and the … Continue reading

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 Domestic violence shelter being custom-built to include pets

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Saying Goodbye to a Best Friend (+ Feelings On Being An ‘Influencer’ In Difficult Times)

When I posted back on July 2nd about taking a break while we were in the mountains of Colorado, I fully intended on the blog being nice and full this week. I did share a really fun post about my … Continue reading

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Top 5 Ways Being a Vet Prepared Me for Parenthood

It took me a good decade, but I can finally say I think I’m getting this motherhood thing figured out. It was not intuitive for me, not easy or instantly amazing the way it was when I brought home my … Continue reading

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Someone’s being very clever

A few nice Lice images I found: Someone’s being very clever Image by yooperann If you have to make your way past "falling ice" signs in April, at least they should make you smile. The one in back, not as … Continue reading

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My boxer’s skin issues along his back after being treated with Pet Armor…

We applied Pet Armor in December 2011 and in mid-January, we noticed that the skin, all the way from the back of his head, just below his crown, all the way down to between his front shoulder blades had turned … Continue reading

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