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Healing Touch

My childhood dream was to become a Veterinarian, but in the early seventies I was told by my high school advisor, “it is a man’s business!” Being a shy girl at the time...I opted for an Equine Science degree, and followed my passion for horses that has enriched my entire life Read More...

Keeping Your Pets Healthy This Spring

Spring is here and with the warmer temperatures we also start to see many dogs that either are vomiting, have diarrhea or both. My theory is that all the birds, mice and anything else that has died over the winter in addition to various other animal feces (frozen for the winter) is now thawed. Read More...

Miranda Lambert’s Foundation Awards NH Animal Rescue

50 States/50 Shelters. That’s what the MuttNation Foundation’s initiative boasts, supporting one shelter in every state. “What a wonderful surprise to open the mail and find a grant check from Miranda Lambert’s foundation!” recalled Paula Mattis, the Animal Rescue League of NH’s President & CEO. Read More...

Money Saving Tips for Pet Owners

Everyone tries to do the best thing to save money. We all agree it is a good thing. However, there are some ways that are better than others at helping you save money, especially with your pets. Talk to your veterinarian about other money saving options available. Read More...

Rabbit Nutrition

Rabbit nutrition is a very important aspect of rabbit care. Rabbits are considered a "hind gut fermenter.” They not only have a simple stomach, but have modified their cecum into a large compartment for the processing of fiber. Fiber does not provide nutrition; instead it provides a stimulus for gut motility. Read More...

Rare Breeds Around Town

If you’re out and about in Hanover, don’t be surprised if you run into Saki. She is a black and tan Shiba Inu, and very rare even in Japan, let alone the Upper Valley. The smallest of the Japanese native breeds, the Shiba was originally developed for hunting in the dense undergrowth of Japan's mountainous areas. Read More...

Spring Wildlife and Your Pets:What You Need to Know

Spring is finally here and young wildlife is everywhere. With this abundance of young wild animals, it is important to be aware of the more common animals your pet may encounter and what to do if it does. It is quite common in the spring for our dog or cat to present us with a live baby rabbit. Read More...

Starling God

I wrote The Starling God after falling in love with the birds who nested in the eaves of my first house. As the sun rose each summer day, the starlings landed on the tin roof outside my bedroom window and scrambled to stay put – at the same time making incredible sounds. There were warbles and clicks and something that sounded an awful lot like a ringing phone… Read More...