The 4 Best Food Bowls For Dogs With No Teeth

The 4 Best Food Bowls For Dogs With No Teeth

Feeding time can be a challenge for any dog ​​owner, but if your dog is missing teeth, it’s likely an even bigger concern. Luckily, the best food bowls for dogs with no teeth may make things easier for both you and your dog. According to experts, dogs without teeth can largely eat the same foods … Read more

How the World’s Largest Wildlife Overpass Could Brighten a Low-Flying Bird’s Future

How the World’s Largest Wildlife Overpass Could Brighten a Low-Flying Bird’s Future

An aerial view of where the wildlife crossing will be built in southern California. Photo: Aude Guerrucci/Reuters/Alamy Standing off California’s busy Highway 101, scientists, lawmakers, and advocates celebrated the groundbreaking of a large overpass next to the Santa Monica Mountains last month. But the painstakingly designed $87 million corridor is not for them, or any … Read more

NYPD’s bomb-sniffing dogs get a high-tech upgrade to keep city safe

NYPD’s bomb-sniffing dogs get a high-tech upgrade to keep city safe

By Suzie Ziegler NEW YORK — The NYPD is upgrading its bomb-sniffing dogs to stay ahead of advances in terrorism. No, they’re not robot dogs. Instead, these four-legged officers are equipped with TREDD technology, which stands for “Transit Enhanced Detection Dog.” TREDD is an advanced explosive detection system that enables trained K-9s to detect more … Read more

CATS adds Marion office to help the region’s children | Community

CATS adds Marion office to help the region’s children |  Community

Stephanie Porter-Nichols | Smyth County News & Messenger Southwest Virginia’s youngest residents with disabilities now have an experienced advocate helping fill in the gaps to get them access to assistive devices. Gardner Umbarger is serving as the program manager of a new office of Children’s Assistive Technology Service (CATS). Thanks to the help of Emory … Read more

Why are Dead Birds Washing Up on Rhode Island’s Beaches?

Why are Dead Birds Washing Up on Rhode Island’s Beaches?

The shoreline in Narragansett. (Getty Images) The Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management, US Fish and Wildlife Service and the Nature Conservancy this week are warning beach visitors to stay away from any dead birds they find washed up on the shore. The three organizations released a statement Friday about the higher-than-usual numbers of dead … Read more