I am working on a project (just for myself) collecting information from vintage dog books. I figured while I'm doing that, I could also look up any info and/or images for readers. If anyone has any requests for a particular breed or topic, leave a comment and I'll keep an eye out. Any reader requested … Continue reading An Offer to Readers
Friendly Fire by Nathan and Jennifer Winograd is the book no kill advocates have been waiting for. Although Redemption is the book I wish everyone interested in or skeptical of the movement would read, I think Friendly Fire is the book they actually will read. I say this because the formatting of the pages in … Continue reading Book Review: Friendly Fire
At Christmas, I received a new copy of the book Food Pets Die For by Ann Martin. Since I already have this book, I wanted to raffle it off to (hopefully) raise a few bucks to help cover costs on blog related expenses such as open records requests. If you are interested in purchasing a … Continue reading Book Raffle
Update, 9-18-10: The winner of the book is Preston. Thank you to everyone who entered. You may well remember the December 2008 cover article of Sports Illustrated that featured the Vick dogs and was written by Jim Gorant. The publisher of a new book by Mr. Gorant called The Lost Dogs - Michael Vick's Dogs … Continue reading Book Excerpt and Giveaway – “The Lost Dogs”
Since this subject has come up in the comments recently, and since I'm a food wonk (and a vegetarian, of sorts), I wanted to gather some info from my bookshelf on the subject of vegetarian and vegan diets for pets. The first important point is to make distinctions between the two as some people use … Continue reading Three Veterinary Views on Non-Meat Pet Diets
Apparently I was very good this year (who knew, right?) and Santa brought me some great pressies from my wishlist:1. Redemption by Nathan Winograd2. The Pit Bull Placebo by Karen DeliseNote: If you are wanting to pick up either/both of these books with some of that Xmas cash you got in your stocking, you can … Continue reading What was Under Your Tree Today?