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Less Stressful Handling in Rabbits and Guinea Pigs

0 | Posted: January 18, 2017

Written By: JC Burcham, DVM 1/11/17 Rabbits and guinea pigs are often underrated in terms of their attractiveness as pets. They poop a lot and smell, right? In fact, frequent stool production is a sign of a healthy digestive tract in these animals. Most rabbit and guinea pig owners would agree that, when properly cared … Continued

Litter Box Happiness – For Cats of All Ages

2 | Posted: January 5, 2017

  One of the leading complaints from cat owners is elimination outside of the litter box. Dr. Nicholas Dodman DVM, ACVB, of the Animal Behavior Clinic at Tufts University, reports up to 4% of cats in United States Households (3 million out of 75 million) urinate outside of the litter box weekly, with 1% urinating … Continued

CattleDog Publishing – A Look Behind the Curtain

6 | Posted: December 14, 2016

  Nearly eighty years ago (1939) movie-going audiences received their first look at what would eventually become an every day phenomenon. Movies in color. The film, The Wizard of Oz, wowed viewers with a mix of singing, dancing, and beautiful technicolor. In the story a young Dorothy Gail, portrayed by Judy Garland, must go on a … Continued

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Meet our new Director

Dr Sally Foote DVM, CFBC-IAABC

Dr Foote graduated from  the University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine, Class of 1984 after 2 years of undergraduate study at Purdue University and currently is in practice inTuscola, IL.  She has always practiced small animal, companion medicine with a special interest in pet animal behavior.

Dr Foote was a friend and colleague of Dr Sophia Yin, working with her on the Fear Free board, committees for the the American Veterinary Society of Animal Behavior and collaborating on Low Stress Handling ideas. Dr Foote was asked to lead CattleDog publishing in January of 2016 to help promote and develop products for the company, following the mission and spirit of Dr Yin. Read more here

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