Maurice Maeterlinck said, "The dog who meets with a good master is the happier of the two." Well, on Wednesday, May 9th, 2012 at The Harmonie Club, 4 East 60th Street, New York, NY, The Animal Medical Center of New York (http://www.amcny.org) will hold its Fourth Annual, Living Legends Luncheon.
Despite repeated warnings by the FDA, chicken jerky products made in China are still on store shelves, and complaints that dogs are getting sick after eating them continue to roll in.
Plenty of things will grab a dog’s attention: squirrels, tennis balls, funny smells, other dogs. But a TV channel? Absolutely, say the makers of DogTV, the first cable network to deliver 24-hour programming for dogs. The idea, they say, is that flipping on the channel while you go out for the day will keep your … Continue reading Should Your Dog Be Watching TV?
Dr. Ann Hohenhaus with The Animal Medical Center in Manhattan stopped by to answer your questions about pets.
New at the Upper East Side’s Animal Medical Center: Leilani Alvarez, a vet who’s certified in veterinary Chinese herbal medicine. She’s the first specialist of her kind at the prestigious pet hospital and an example of the accelerating mainstreaming of canine acupuncture.