To call Jack Kenner a “pet photographer” would be like calling Jerry Seinfeld a sitcom actor—it’s true, but there is a lot more to the story. The Memphis native majored in film production in college and then studied photography at the Brooks Institute in Santa Barbara. He worked as a commercial photographer in New York […]
Animals Help Heal Our Nation’s Veterans!
David Sharpe and his dog Cheyenne help our nations’ heroes. In honor of Veterans Day! For those of us who have pets, we understand how truly wonderful their companionship can be. For those who don’t, animals may appear as a messy liability. For Veterans, returning from duty with Post Truamatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), they […]
Designing A Home For The Best In Show: Animal Fair goes home with this year’s Westminster Champion!
Meet Rufus, the Colored Bull Terrier who took Best In Show at the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show earlier this year. He’s got style and a sense of humor, not to mention the honor of being the only dog of his breed to take home a Best In Show ribbon from America’s most prestigious dog […]
Humane Education Starts Early!
It’s a typical day in Michele Manos’s second grade class and her students are studying reading, writing, math and…manatees? For thirty-six years, Manos, a teacher at the Kew-Forest School in Forest Hills, New York, has incorporated lessons fostering respect towards animals into her curriculum. The manatee project, a science lesson, teaches children about this […]
Dog School – Train Your Dog, Step by Step!
The cold days are finally gone, so let’s get out and play. This is the ideal time to go for long, leisurely walks and the ideal time to effortlessly and enjoyably train your dog. What are the essential ingredients for enjoyable walking? Expecting your dog to walk by your side and to […]