Journalist specializing in social media, marketing, digital media, editorials, politics, small business pets/animals and humor.
Therapy Dogs International recently launched their ‘Tail Wagging’ Tutor’ program that enlists dogs as tutors to help children learn to read.
It’s stunning to think with today’s heated political debates directed at potentially dismantling healthcare, there are a number of outstanding companies in the U.S. who are not only taking care of their employees’ benefits, but also those of their pets.
In the volatile, vitriolic political climate we live in these days, the catchphrase ‘wag the dog’ probably resonates as much today [if not more] as it did when the iconic black comedy film of the same name was released in 1997.
Like something out of the B movie, Tarantula — this week some new scientific evidence laid claim that spiders could overtake the planet — if they wanted to. All it would take is for them to band together.
With all of President Trump's disruption and unprecedented activity, might our pandas come under threat of deportation?
BOOK REVIEW: Except for The Story of Ferdinand written back in 1936, there are not too many children’s books that feature a bucking bull as a lead character. So Debbie Felkins Tamez’ first book should appeal to a lot children and young adults who are either captivated by or aspire to a life associated with cowboys and bull riding
While this Asian Trump bears a striking resemblance to the leader of the free world, the jury is still out whether or not this bird tweets . . . or squawks, mimics and/or chirps for that matter.
Are we glad he’s gone, no longer able to wreak havoc on anyone else? Or do we feel his maltreatment over the years and his subsequent mental health issues made him more of a victim than a predator?
Every single presidency [both Democrats and Republicans] since Theodore Roosevelt’s administration (1901–09) has had a dog in the White House.
Comfort animals are a sub-category of service animals that assist their masters with disabilities.
Estimated at $7 million dollars on the black market, horns and tusks were seized and set on fire. . .
Experts are now weighing in on this issue regarding what else can be done for not only captive animals, but those on the endangered species list as well.
With this political season surmounting an all-time high on the absurdity meter, might there be something afoot that’s causing this black comedy of irrationality to be played out right before our non-believing eyes?
Uncovering stories about animals and pets, which melds the physical and virtual worlds. They are the stories that look at the animal kingdom through the prism of social media . . .