Posts tagged "Steve Dale"

Mountain Gorilla Babies

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Gorilla, babies everywhere….I’ve beginning a new feature on my blog, that’s  to periodically offer short videos which are different from those found on my Steve Dale professional pet YouTube page. This new YouTube page will feature wildlife videos like this one I took in the Virunga Mountains in Rwanda about two years ago. If it... Read more »

How To Make Ringworm Go Away, Fact from Fiction

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Ringworm is a common problem in families, many animal species are susceptible…including people and cats, as well as dogs and lots of other critters. Once ringworm is in the environment, it can spread form one species to another. The Winn Feline Foundation recently funded a study to help veterinary dermatologist Dr. Karen Moriello discover how to... Read more »

Big Night for Friends of Chicago Animal Control

Meeting an old friend at Big Night benefit
Friends of Chicago Animal Care & Control celebrated the 10th annual Celebrity Chefs event, Big Night, Thursday, October 16  at the Chicago Cultural Center. Chicago’s best chefs and restaurants – organized by Jackie Shen of Jackie’s Cafe in New Buffalo – offered yummy tastings. Most importantly, this was a chance to raise dollars for the Friends of... Read more »
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Seasonal Affective Disorder and Pets

Seasonal Affective Disorder and Pets
Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) is real according to the Mayo Clinic, but what about for our pets? Certified dog behavior consultant and very chatty Sarah Hodgson says dogs are affected just like we are. Hear Sarah’s explanation in an interview for my national Steve Dale’s Pet World radio show HERE. She says while some pets get... Read more »

Ebola and Pets: Decisions Need to be Made

Ebola and Pets: Decisions Need to be Made
There’s an abundance of concern regarding the Ebola virus anyway, it’s scary….and now that people are thinking that dogs  may get the disease, the concern has grown, and not only among pet owners. There are several reasons for this. While it appears dogs can harbor the Ebola virus, it seems they successfully mount an immune... Read more »

Saving Cats: the Black Cat Ball

Saving Cats: the Black Cat Ball
Finding homes for homeless cats, that’s one goal of the Tree House Humane Society. Wendi Taylor Nations, who is on the Tree House Board of Directors, describes why she has an affinity to the organization, and about the upcoming Black Cat Ball.  Listen HERE to cat woman Wendi on Steve Dale’s Pet World on WGN... Read more »
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Ebola Virus and Pets

Ebola Virus and Pets
Ebola Virus and pets are topics on your mind, and here are only a pawful I received over the past few days for my Tribune Content Agency newspaper column. Updates regarding Ebola and animals from the American Veterinary Medical Association, click HERE.  Q: Can dogs and cats get the Ebola virus? If the answer is... Read more »

Friends of Chicago Animal Care and Control Big Night

Friends of Chicago Animal Care and Control Big Night
Friends of Chicago Animal Care & Control are celebrating the 10th annual Celebrity Chefs event, Big Night, Thursday, October 16 from 6:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the Chicago Cultural Center (Michigan Avenue at Randolph Street). Listen HERE to Susan Russell of Friends, as she explains on WGN Radio exactly what Friends of Chicago Animal... Read more »

Dear Kitten: What Cats Really Think

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What do cats really think about dogs….and a wide variety of other subjects. “Dear kitten….let the dog eat all of our dry food; if he gets caught he goes to jail.” “Dear kitten….I should warn you about a monster called a vacuum; it can eat and yell at the same time.” Even CNN is reporting... Read more »
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Cats Are Saved at Tree House, Wendi Taylor Nations on the Black Cat Ball

Cats Are Saved at Tree House, Wendi Taylor Nations on the Black Cat Ball
Save homeless cats! You can help all cats, including those not owned (referred to as feral cats or community) by helping Tree House Humane Society, Chicago’s oldest no kill all cat shelter, and attend the big Black Cat Ball, October 17, 6:30 p.m. under the stars at the Adler Planetarium (1300 S. Lake Shore Drive). Wendi... Read more »
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