Archive for the ‘Dog Blog Carnival’ Category

Gone to the Dogs for 24 Hours

November 12, 2010

When was the last time you pulled an all-nighter?  Beginning at 11:00 am PST on Saturday, November 13, 2010 eight fabulous bloggers will be blogging for 24 hours straight.  Why are they embarking upon such craziness?  They are blogging round the clock to raise money for some wonderfully worthwhile causes.  Please visit their sites and let them know that you support their efforts.   They are:

Dr. V – Pawcurious – http://www.pawcurious.com

Dr. Janet Crosby – http://aboutvetmed.com

Dr. Shawn Finch – http://rileyandjames.com/blog/

Dr. Laci Schaible – http://www.vetlive.com/blog/

Vicki Boatright – http://www.facebook.com/artistbztat

Jen Cleere – http://www.fetchingtags.net/blog/

Michelle Maskaly – http://www.mytailhurtsfromwaggingsomuch.com/

Felissa, Davinia and Indiana – http://twolittlecavaliers.blogspot.com/

Please look for my guest post within the Pawcurious blogathon.  I hope to join the ranks of the 24-hour bloggers next year!

Dr. Nancy Kay

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The Third National Dog Blog Carnival – The Human-Animal Bond

June 5, 2009
 
You’ll find Speaking for Spot among the participants in the Third National Dog Blog Carnival highlighting the human-animal bond. Participants include noted authors, behaviorists, vets, trainers, and artists.

You can read my contribution as well as those of the other participants on the host site.

Dr. Nancy Kay

Specialist, American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine 

Please visit http://www.speakingforspot.com to read excerpts from Speaking for Spot. There you will also find “Advocacy Aids”- helpful health forms you can download and use for your own dog, and a collection of published articles on advocating for your pet’s health. SPEAKING FOR SPOT is available at Amazon.com, local bookstores, or your favorite online book seller. 

Look for us on Twitter – http://twitter.com/speakingforspot

Become a Fan of Speaking for Spot on Facebook

Listen to Dr. Kay’s interview – A Veterinarian Advises “How to Speak for Spot” on NPR’s Fresh Air with Terry Gross –