Cats vs Dogs in Cancer Research

Dog Talk (And Kitties Too!) (03-24-2018) #563: Tracie talks to James Gorman — who writes often and in-depth about dogs for the New York Times — about Jim’s recent article (https://www.nytimes.com/2018/02/26/science/dog-science-cats.html) posing the question about the inequity in animal medical research, with dogs being used much more frequently; Aimee Gilbreath — Executive Director of Michelson’s […]

Changing the Way We Look at Dogs and Other Animals

Dog Talk (And Kitties Too!) (10-07-2017) #545: Greg Berns new book changes the way we look at canines and other creatures: WHAT’S IT LIKE TO BE A DOG – AND OTHER ADVENTURES IN ANIMAL NEURO SCIENCE; Donna Casperson from Michelson’s Found Animals in Los Angeles talks about how Dogs Playing for Life brought dogs from […]

Never Lose Your Pet

Never Lose Your Pet Thanks to Michelson’s Found Animals Free Microchip Registry I received a lot of feedback about my recent blog “False Confidence about Microchipping a Pet” which pointed out some of the pitfalls about micro-chipping your dog or cat, not the least of which is that most people haven’t registered that microchip properly. […]

The Intelligence of Dogs

Dog Talk (And Kitties Too!) (04-29-2017) #522:  Aimee Gilbreath is the Executive Director of Michelson’s Found Animals, a national, Los Angeles-based non-profit that offers a free microchip registry (www.found.org) for anyone anywhere — and will be the beneficiaries of the Dog Film Festival Pooch Party at Only in Beverly Hills boutique August 4th when Tracie […]