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Aristotle and Waylon Will Steal Your Heart

I just finished watching an advance press screening of Dogtown and I can warn you – Aristotle and Waylon sill steal your heart in the first episode which premiers on Friday night at 10pm.


Airs Friday, March 20, 2009 at 10 PM ET/PT

Aristotle, a terrier mix rescued from a hoarding situation, comes to DogTown with a skin condition that

Animal Rights

Distrubing News to Say the Least

One of the pets blogs I frequent, Gandalf and Grayson, posted a story about Blackie and Little Jim today that makes my heart sick. It makes my stomach turn so much so that I nearly couldn’t read the original story in the Valdosta Daily Times.

There were 3 cats in the story, one of which had to be euthanized and two of which are alive but have

Animal Rights

The Truth About Declawing

There seems to be an alarming trend to have cats declawed… whether it’s due to personal convenience, apartment house rules and regulations, or simple lack of knowledge on the part of responsible pet owners.

There are many fine vets out there that actively discourage declawing, but there are also many who perform this surgery on a regular basis while never completely informing the pet owner what this really entails

Animal Rights

Dog Stew, Anyone?

A good friend of mine wrote this article. I think it is a great topic to open up discussion on the issue of Animal Ethics …

Food is a substance that holds cultures together. Common foods unify and define countries and regions. However, a food that one group considers a delicacy, another group may find offensive. The French have long been called “frogs” because of their taste for amphibians.