David Frei previews the Westminster Dog Show

Westminster dog show announcer David Frei is an old friend of the show. David stopped by the studio to talk about the world’s most famous dog show, held at Madison Square Garden, February 11, 12.

Chicagoan Alana Graylick made a short film starring her three rescued or adopted cats. It turns out the movie, called Catalog has already been honored, and is up for an Award. I spoke to Alana, now a big-time filmmaker. Check Catalog out here: http://www.chicagonow.com/steve-dales-pet-world/2013/01/adopt-a-cat-is-the-message-in-catalogue/

February is Pet Dental Health month, and your pet’s mouth is more than a barometer of dental health, it may impact your animal’s overall health, as explained by Dr. Rod Van Horn. If your pet has a bright and shiny smile, you can celebrate – even win prizes in the Superstar Smiles Photo Contest. Learn more http://blog.sergeants.com/2013/01/21/photo-contest/.

Certified Dog Behavior Consultant Brenda Aloff is the author of  “Puppy Problems? No Problem! A Survival Guide for Finding & Training Your New Dog.” The idea is that most problems can be avoided, Brenda explains how.

Dog bites can also be avoided, Dr. Sophia Yin explains describes how to and also how not to approach dogs.

Westminster Dog Show

Handler Alessandra Folz of Woodstock, Connecticut, competes with Donovan, an Irish Setter co-owned by Lydia Miller, of Williams Township at the 2012 Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show in New York City. (Harry Fisher/The Morning Call)


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