Keep L.O.V.E Alive Behavior Tour Hits Chicago

The Love Bus came to Chicago - The Keep L.O.V.E. Alive Behavior Tour kicked off  August 11 at the south end of the Lincoln Park Zoo.

Thousands passed through (many with their dogs). This free event included an opportunity to speak with veterinarians and pet behavior experts. I also reported live on WGN Radio's Bill Moller Show (now, there's a dude who knows a think or two about love).

The Love Bus is traveling around the country, and may come to a city near you. Learn move about the Keep L.O.V.E. Alive Behavior Tour.

 

 

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  • Sorry that I missed the Chicago event. Sounds like it went really well! I went to the American College of Veterinary Behaviorists web page and looked to see how many certified behaviorists were here in the area. I was disappointed to see that there is only one - Dr.C out in Carol Stream, IL. At least he travels around to different locations, but I was hoping that there would be more than one certified behaviorist in such a large urban area with so many dogs and cats! Maybe the tour will create more awareness and more demand for these specialists. It's certainly a big step in the right direction to help people keep their pets instead of abandoning them.

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