Is Walking Your Dog Fun or a Pulling-Your-Shoulder-Out-of-Socket Battle of the Wills?
At its best, walking your dog is a pleasant and enjoyable experience for the sentient beings at both ends of the leash. You and your furry friend take in the sights and sounds of the outdoors and you feel no tension on the leash because his paws trot right next to your feet. But how many of us experience something… a little different?
Morris Animal Foundation Funds Veterinary Student Summer Research Program
The Foundation has awarded $85,000 in grants through its Veterinary Student Scholar program, funding 17 student research projects. The Veterinary Student Scholar program, which began in 2005, provides veterinary students the opportunity to become involved in mentored research that advances the health and/or welfare of companion animals, including cats, dogs and horses, and wildlife.
Fostering Wildlife Conservation Through Art
Rebecca Richman has a secret superpower – the ability to create art that connects people with nature. Her latest painting draws attention to the plight of the Ridgway’s hawk. While many people aren’t familiar with this rare and endangered species, Rebecca knew about this bird’s challenges through her work at Morris Animal Foundation where she is a long-time employee and nature-loving advocate.
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