- “Hoarding” and “warehousing” arise from traditional, not no-kill, shelter models (Pet Connection): Nice overview of the ideal version of the No Kill shelter movement. I definitely think this version of No Kill is a good idea. The version described to me in school differs from what Christie describes here. My conclusion is that there are good shelters and bad shelters, and some of each like to call themselves No Kill. The name you use isn’t important; the policies you implement are, and the approach described here is one I support.
- Can veterinarians and pet owners trust compounding pharmacies? (Pet Connection)
- The 24th Grade: How to make a veterinarian (Pet Connection)
- Raw Diets and Assistance Dogs (The Other End of the Leash)
- The Evolvability Of Dogs: A Journey From Mongrels To Poodles (Ursula Goodenough)
- Friday Sprog Blogging: rabbit behavior (Ethics and Science): I am totally enjoying the interactions between a Science Mom and her offspring as she demonstrates a scientific perspective on life using a Socratic approach.
- Med Student Q&A (A Cartoon Guide to Becoming a Doctor): In which we learn about “dirty Netters.” That’s nice — vet students have “dirty Millers.” THEY GET REALLY DIRTY.
Sunday, October 10, 2010