Welcome to the fourth edition of Dipper’s Quips, an “advice” column from the other half of this website, the dog. Expect diatribes from Dipper about the evils of squirrels and commentary on his anti-social nature.
Leptospirosis? No, that’s not some sort of rare dog—it’s a potentially deadly disease for both humans and canines. We spoke to a local veterinarian for the information on this often ignored disease and what it means for your dog in the Philadelphia area.
This past year has been a blast! From making friends both canine and human to overhauling the site, 2016 has gone by in a whirl. Here, we take a look at the year to say a final goodbye and to make some resolutions, too!
When I adopted Dipper in March 2015, I took him quirks and all. He was a bit weird, but I learned to love him for it. What I didn’t expect that a source of much of his weirdness was a life-threatening condition in need of major surgery.
Clint Kuban, VMD, describes himself as a pretty private person—he loves training his dog and the wide open spaces of the outdoors. Despite this, he is one of six Penn Vet students featured on a new Animal Planet series.