March is pet poison prevention month. Check out this list- some of the toxins may surprise you. If you know or suspect your pet has eaten or been exposed to anything that may be toxic, call your veterinarian immediately!
Yes, I had an interesting discussion with Jerry after reading this article, and sure enough, he explained in great detail, and perhaps a little disdain, that indeed he is left pawed. He proceeded to do several antics displaying his leftedness, and I must say it was quite a show. (I never knew he could do cartwheels)
I saw an article this week about how "dog owners are now getting their pets tattooed on them!!!" as if this was some kind of crazy thing. Maybe it is! But I think at least four Smith Vet staff members have tattoo tributes to their pets, in one way or another. I'll post pictures if any of them are willing, but I thought I would ask: Is this crazy? Do any of you have pet tribute ink you'd like to share? What are your thoughts?