First Listen: Leonard Cohen, 'Popular Problems' Cohen's serious subject matter never becomes ponderous — or, heaven forbid, tiresomely topical — because he's always sitting there in the middle of it with his wit, his lusts, and his hard-earned equanimity. Listeners … Continue reading
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Class of dogs, that is. And we’re betting they will teach the humans a lot. Yale has opened the Canine Cognition Center to study how dogs think. Graduate and undergraduate students will be working with the dogs at the lab … Continue reading
We’re about one month away from colleges and universities turning new grads loose on the world, a day of joy and, if I recall correctly, complete, abject fear. 2014 is a rough year to graduate vet school. In my day … Continue reading
Collaboration Between American Red Cross and University of Pennsylvania Photo Credit: Ryan Hospital’s Dr. Deborah Mandell Hello, everyone! I downloaded and navigated through this app, which is available for Apple and Android devices… It’s a MUST-HAVE for all pet owners, and the cost is only … Continue reading
You’re on a walk with your dog. He looks tired. You don’t know if he’s just tired from the walk or if he’s showing early signs of hyperthermia. What do you look for? Unless you have a lot of experience … Continue reading
My new pet gave to me: Pawcurious: With Pet Lifestyle Expert and Veterinarian Dr. V.
September is National Preparedness Month, according to FEMA. It’s easy to see why. A lot of bad things happen in Mother Nature this time of year; Colorado the latest in a long series of national disasters to catch the eye … Continue reading