Thursday August 21st 2014
RESTORE to Bring Dollars and Questions
By Jeremy Morrison
Local environmentalist Christian Wagley ventured to Washington D.C. this summer to celebrate the passage of the RESTORE Act. He listened [...]
With Stephanie Henley, DVM, owner of Davis Animal Hospital
IN: If you let your dog swim at the Bayview Park dog beach, will they get diarrhea?
DR. HENLEY: As far as all dog parks go, dogs can [...]
Melee at the Beach The first weekend of the month was a busy one for Escambia County deputies on Pensacola Beach’s Portofino Boardwalk. After a series of brawls erupted, the boardwalk and [...]
Dental hygiene is a major component in both cats’ and dogs’ health.
“You can detect cardiac problems or kidney problems,” Dr. Laura Tonetti Hall of East Hill Animal [...]
For The Love
IN's 1st Annual Pet Issue
Pet lovers are a special breed. We can attest to that fact because most of our staff are pet lovers and owners.
We think nothing of dropping cash on [...]
by Chuck Shepherd
Unclear on the Concept (and the Image): The Associated Press, reporting in August from Jerusalem, noted that the ultra-Orthodox community’s “modesty patrols” were selling [...]
Meet The IN's Beloved Staff Pets
In general, the IN staff are pet people. It's not a requirement for getting hired or anything, it just sort of worked out that way. Our mutual love for our pets [...]
By Sarah McCartan
What could possibly be a better cure for your back to school blues than a full evening of memorable live music complemented by wondrous works of art? Probably nothing. Even those [...]
Pictures (and Painted Portraits) Really Are Worth 1,000 Words
The only thing better than taking an adorable photo of your pet is showing off said adorable photo on Facebook. But anyone who has [...]
Editor’s note: This column first ran in January 2011. I thought it was appropriate for this special issue.
He was Robert Collins’ dog. When my father-in-law died in 2005 after a [...]