Saving your pet, no matter what the cost

elaine | March 16, 2010

This is a story I found on the National Post website. 
 
Joanne Laucius, Canswest News Service
The range of medical treatments available for animals continues to grow, but where do you draw the line?
When four-year-old Abbey needed cruciate ligament surgery, her owners didn’t hesitate to spend the $3,000 necessary to keep the yellow Labrador retriever mobile.
About half [...]

Finding “Fido”; Making sure your pet’s info is up to date.

elaine | November 5, 2009

A purebred boxer was found wandering the streets and is now up for adoption at an animal shelter in Charleston, SC.   Shelter Operations Supervisor Staycee Dains knows he has an owner. With one scan she found an ID microchip implanted between his shoulder blades.   “They gave us a name and an address that’s outdated,” Dain [...]