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Neighborly relations
Written & Submitted by: Julie C. Bond, M.S., Animal Behaviorist

Mrs. Smith is furious with her neighbor, Mr. Jones.  According to Mrs. Smith, Mr. Jones is a "dog hater" who has repeatedly harassed her about her beloved dog, Fido. Read more...
Happy Spring! Welcoming Home a New Bunny
Written & Submitted by: Julie C. Bond, M.S., Animal Behaviorist

Four beautiful baby bunnies were born last month in my nephew’s preschool classroom. All the new babies have been spoken for and will be going to their new homes shortly. Read more...
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Written & Submitted by: Julie C. Bond, M.S., Animal Behaviorist

Probably one of the most frightening experiences for any pet owner involves being bitten by one of your own family pets. Being bitten by a strange animal is disconcerting enough, without all of the guilt involved when a canine or feline family member delivers the bite. Read more...