Suzanne Clothier’s Blog

February 22, 2015

MOOvin Right Along – Part 1

In a household that already contains 11 dogs, a kitten, 3 tortoises, 2 parrots, a pair of parakeets and a tank of fish, you’d think adding […]
February 22, 2015

Losing Our Connection to the Real World

Most of us don’t have to go too far in our family trees to find someone who grew up on a farm. But since 1960, there […]
February 22, 2015

Keep the Claws in the Paws

When he arrived a few years ago, he was barely 9 ounces but already close to 6 weeks old. Every rib was visible, and where rib […]
February 22, 2015

It Can Wait – Texting & Driving

In my travels, I am often driven around by very nice people who wouldn’t dream of being rude to me but think nothing of answering their […]
February 22, 2015

In My Good Death

HAWKS HUNT’S MAN IN BLACK “CASH” Feb 1, 2004-April 20, 2013 In the early hours of this day, our lovely sweet gentle dog named Cash was […]
February 22, 2015

Ick! Tick!

Few things can make my skin crawl quite like ticks. When we lived in New Jersey, ticks were everywhere. When you watched TV at our house, […]
February 22, 2015

Here Comes the Sun

Life is not steady state. It is a series of variations and variables. Sometimes, life seems like a variety show. I was moved to laugh, smile, […]
February 21, 2016

Great Listening

There is a radio program that I love. I never know what the topics will be, but RadioLab.org is a wide ranging program that has covered […]
February 21, 2016

Genetic Link: ALS to DM

From ScienceDaily.com comes some interesting information,and hope for treatments of terrible diseases in both dogs and people. Lou Gehrig’s Disease Linked to DM in Dogs Researchers […]
February 21, 2016

FOUR TO READ

I read. A lot. And a lot of odd things. Glancing over at the nearby table, I see a book on prenatal testosterone, one on horsemanship, […]
February 21, 2016

Flipping Over Frozen Pee

Every season brings new adventures. One fine winter not too long ago, I found myself developing a new technique for dealing with a pee accident. At […]
February 21, 2016

Feral Dogs Blog & Dr. Mark Johnson

My friend Tom O’Dowd is not just a long time friend as well as a wonderful, kind, smart man and a talented videographer. He’s also a […]