Most of us are right-handed—about 90 percent, in fact. Left-handed individuals account for only 10 percent of the population, and this ratio has remained consistent over time. The reasons are unknown. However, researchers at Northwestern University recently developed a mathematical model that may have the answer. According to their calculations, the low percentage of lefties results from an evolutionary balance between cooperation and competition. But what about pets? Is there paw preference in dogs and cats?
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Have you ever taken your pet to the vet, watched the doc listen to your pet's chest with a stethoscope and wondered what exactly they are listening to? Well, believe it or not, that serious expression on the vet's face is there because listening to the patient's chest, or thoracic auscultation is a very important part of the physical examination. read more
It's that time of year… shark week! By the time this blog is posted, "shark week' on TV will be over. But we can still keep the spirit alive here! read more
Pets in hot cars? Yikes! While we may enjoy running errands with our furry friends, you would be surprised at what temperatures can be dangerous to pets. read more