Monthly Archives: December 2015

What’s New — Pussycat Tails

Beneath that sheath of fur, a cat’s tail is a sensitive, intricate twist of vertebrae, muscles, tendons and nerves all linked together to help keep him in balance. That fuzzy appendage is also a key indicator of kitty’s frame of mind … Continue reading

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What’s New — How to Lead, and Play on, The Team

In most small businesses, the team leader is also a team player. For some, working shoulder to shoulder with staff can sometimes blur the line between boss and buddy, leading to misunderstanding, miscommunication and, worse, a lack of respect for … Continue reading

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What’s New — Hemp for Stress

Separation anxiety is one of the most common complaints vets hear from pet parents. The condition, which can manifest in destructive behaviours such as shredded curtains or chewed furniture, is often the result of poor or ineffective training, which leaves your pooch … Continue reading

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What’s New — Cancer-Sniffing Canines

They sniff out bombs, detect drugs, uncover cadavers, find the lost, and rescue the trapped. Now a special kind of canine can nose out cancer with a phenomenal accuracy rate. Researchers in the UK and the U.S. have been studying … Continue reading

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