No polarization about the heartbreak of letting go and other lessons from a dying dog

BY: - October 4, 2022

I knew it was coming. We all did. He was old. In failing health. Emaciated. His body was bony. Arthritic. Standing up was a struggle. So was walking. But he rallied. For us. Showed flashes of his younger self. Gave his family false hope that he had longer to live than he did.  In human […]

Ohio may allow breeders without vet training to perform surgery on dogs

BY: - April 26, 2022

The following article was originally published on and is published in the Ohio Capital Journal under a content-sharing agreement. Unlike other OCJ articles, it is not available for free republication by other news outlets as it is owned by WEWS in Cleveland.   A proposed rule change under review at the Statehouse could allow […]