Reasonable Expectations X: Saving the Best for Last!

This will be my tenth and final blog post describing reasonable expectations as they pertain to delivery of veterinary care (parts one through nine can be found at  This time, however, the tables will be turned- rather… Read More


I just had myself a good cry, and who wouldn’t after watching this video featuring an amazing dog named Ricochet (  C’mon now, no one likes to cry alone- please watch it for yourself and report back on… Read More

Online Connections Thanks to Speaking for Spot

 It has been a year since my book Speaking for Spot was released, and what an amazing year it has been.  I’ve learned more than I ever thought possible about the book business.  I’ve traveled with Spot, met… Read More

New Genome Barks Podcasts

The American Kennel Club and the AKC Canine Health Foundation are pleased to debut two new podcasts in the Genome Barks series. Genome Barks Podcast – The Orthopedic Foundation for Animals with Dr. Greg Keller The Genome Barks… Read More

The Wisdom of Knowing…… or Not

Our puppy Quinn came to us via a local rescue organization.  Apparently, he was next in line for the needle at an overcrowded shelter in Bakersfield.  Although he has been part of our family for six months now,… Read More

Traveling with Spot

Speaking for Spot has taken me on quite a journey!  My book has opened doors to many fabulous invitations and opportunities. Here are a couple of examples.  Three weeks ago I was honored to give the keynote address… Read More

Dr. Kay

DR. NANCY KAY wanted to become a veterinarian for just about as long as she can remember. Her veterinary degree is from Cornell College of Veterinary Medicine, and she completed her residency training in small animal internal medicine… Read More