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    Veterinarian Amy Anderson's 8-year-old daughter handed her the gun she used to ambush two Mississippi police officers DailyMail.com can exclusively reveal. 'Momma told me to give her the gun, so I gave her the gun, 'the little girl told a fellow guest at the Motel 6 in Bay St. Louis after the cops were ambushed. Then the girl made the shocking admission that she had witnessed her mother shoot down the cops in cold blood, 'Momma shot the cops and momma was shot. Her eyes are open and she is breathing a little bit.' Anderson gunned down Sergeant Steven Robin and Officer Branden Estorffe early Wednesday in the parking lot of the motel where rooms cost $70 a night. She was shot and killed by one of the officers in the melee. Amy Anderson fatally shot two Mississippi cops, Sergeant Steven Robin, 34, and Officer Branden Estorffe, 23, on Tuesday The cops were 'concerned for the safety' of her daughter, 8, who was with her. DailyMail.com can reveal that the 8-year-old girl handed her mother the gun  'Momma told...
    Loved one's of a woman who died after fatally shooting two police officers in a Mississippi gun battle in front of her daughter have expressed their disbelief.  Amy Anderson, 43, died from a fatal chest wound after killing Sergeant Steven Robin, 34, and Officer Branden Estorffe, 23 of the Bay St. Louis Police.   Anderson's relative, Breanne Anderson Simmons, made an emotional post on Facebook thanking her friends and family for the support during this difficult time. 'I wanted to post and say that we are deeply saddened and so appreciative of your kind words to us,' she wrote. 'Please continue to keep our family in your thoughts & prayers.' Loved one's of Amy Anderson, who died after fatally shooting two police officers in a Mississippi gun battle in front of her daughter, have expressed their disbelief of the incident Mississippi Sgt. Steven Robin, 34, (left) and officer Branden Estorffe, 23, (right) were both killed after Anderson opened fire on them in a Motel 6 parking lot in Bay St. Louis On the post a friend of Simmons wrote:  'Girl. I'm so saddened to...
    A Mississippi veterinarian shot and killed two cops who were doing a welfare check on her, before killing herself Wednesday, the Mississippi Department of Public Safety said. Amy Brogdon Anderson, a 43-year-old Ocean Springs resident, was parked in the lot of a Motel 6 with a child in the backseat when Bay St. Louis Police Officer Brandon Estorffe and Sgt. Steven Robin approached her at about 4:30 a.m. The officers spoke to her for about half an hour before things escalated as they called child protective services, investigators said. Anderson then pulled a gun out and began shooting, killing Robin and herself at the scene. Estorffe, 23, died shortly after from his injuries. Details on the child haven’t been disclosed. “I am heartbroken by this terrible loss of two brave law enforcement officers,” Gov. Tate Reeves said in a statement. “I am praying for their family, friends, their fellow officers, and the entire Bay St. Louis community.” Anderson studied nutrition and dietetics at the University of Southern Mississippi before getting her degree in veterinary medicine at Mississippi State University, according...
    Unfortunately, the world is not a very peaceful or safe place for many individuals. From conflict to abuse to exploitation, there is so much cruelty inflicted on both humans and animals. While this can get disheartening and difficult to hear about, petitions are a great way to use your voice for good. Just by signing one, you are a part of helping those who are not treated fairly. You can even share them with your friends and acquaintances to increase your impact. Through petitions, we can reach those in power and demand justice for others. They are valuable tools for making positive changes in the world. If you are looking for a way to help animals and humans, here are 10 petitions you should sign this week, including Demand Full Investigation into Veterinarian Who Beat Dog While His Son Recorded, Demand Action Against the Taliban, Which Won’t Let Girls Go to School, and Close Loopholes That Allow Lawmakers to Continue Insider Trading Without Consequence! Raise awareness while making a fashion statement by wearing sustainable brands like Tiny Rescue. Check...
    A VETERANARIAN has revealed which animal she thinks people should never have as a pet. Izzy, known as Dogtor Izzy on TikTok, said these particular animals are bad pets because they smell terrible, are hyperactive, and have seriously sharp teeth. 2Dogtor Izzy has shared the animals she doesn't think people should have as petsCredit: TikTok As a vet, Izzy is clearly an animal lover. But that doesn't mean she thinks every creature on the planet is meant to share a person's home. On TikTok, she posted a video ranting about an especially bad pet choice. "I finally settled on what I think is genuinely one of the worst pets ever," she said, warning that people should "think twice" before buying one. "Have you ever wanted to have a toddler in the house? Have you ever wanted that toddler to have mad ADHD that you cannot get Ritalin for?" she said. "Have you ever wanted that toddler to be able to fit into every single tiny space imaginable? "Have you ever wanted that toddler to smell like skunk? And...
    A dog in California named Chance the Rapper has turned blind after accidentally swallowing oxycodone while being taken out for a walk by the Los Angeles coast.  Lori Burns went on a walk with her two dogs along Ocean Avenue in Santa Monica last week when she caught sight of Chance, a 15-pound former shelter dog, panting before suddenly caving in.  She then immediately brought her pet, thought to be a Shih Tzu-poodle mix, to a veterinary for emergency treatment.  'They said they needed to immediately ice his body and give him oxygen and start an IV and that's when I looked at the vet and I said, 'Is he going to live?' and he said, 'I really don't know,'' Burns told KTLA.  The veterinarian told the dog owner that Chance had a fever of 106 degrees, five-to-six-and-a-half degrees higher than a pooch's normal body temperature, and would die from organ failure if it wasn't lowered. At the time of the incident, Chance had overdosed on the narcotic, which is labeled as 'incredibly dangerous' for dogs, according to dog-sitting website...
    LANSDALE, Pa. -- Dr. Joseph Rossi may be the "Veterinarian of the Year", but he says the life-changing work at North Penn Animal Hospital is truly a team effort."This hospital wouldn't be here without the staff and their attitudes and how they all go above and beyond," he said.Rossi founded North Penn Animal Hospital in 1996 to bring family-oriented care to animals in the Lansdale area. Over the years, loyal pet owners sought Rossi and his team's expertise in reproduction, surgery, dentistry and more.Twenty-year patient-pet owner, Bill Burland, recently nominated Rossi for the Westminster Kennel Club's (WKC) first "Veterinarian of the Year Award'. As a finalist, Rossi received an outpouring of online votes from fellow veterinarians and patients."That overwhelming response is complete validation of what kind of practice this is," said Burland.Rossi was chosen from a pool of masterful veterinarians across the country to receive the award, which was the result of a partnership with WKC and Trupanion. As a result, a $10,000 donation to MightyVet, an online educational resource, will be made in his name."I still can't believe it,"...
    IF you own a pet, you know that they really do become part of the family. Whether it’s a dog or a cat, our house pets often hold a special place in our hearts and are treated like furry children. 3A vet revealed some of the funniest names he's had to call in the pet waiting roomCredit: TikTok 3One of them had an unexpected pronunciationCredit: TikTok A veterinarian named Dr. Bozelka, who goes by @dr.bozelaervet on social media, has gained a large following on TikTok thanks to his videos that offer advice to pet owners. He recently shared a humorous clip in which he revealed some of the most bizarre pet names he’s heard. “Weird pet names I’ve had to yell out in a busy animal hospital waiting room,” he began. The doctor claimed that every single name he was about to share belonged to a past patient. READ MORE ON REAL LIFESAY WHAT I've spent my whole life saying ‘play it by ear’ wrong - I’m mortifiedDATE DISASTER I was about to go on a date when he accidentally...
    Unfortunately, the world is not a very peaceful or safe place for many individuals. From conflict to abuse to exploitation, there is so much cruelty inflicted on both humans and animals. While this can get disheartening and difficult to hear about, petitions are a great way to use your voice for good. Just by signing one, you are a part of helping those who are not treated fairly. You can even share them with your friends and acquaintances to increase your impact. Through petitions, we can reach those in power and demand justice for others. They are valuable tools for making positive changes in the world. If you are looking for a way to help animals and humans, here are 10 petitions you should sign this week, including Urge Authorities to Rescind License of Animal-Abusing Veterinarian, Call on Congress to Pass Protections for Abortion Access, Help Ban the Yulin Dog Meat Festival, and more! We want to thank you for being the change you wish to see in the world and giving a voice to the voiceless. 1. Help...
    When a beloved animal member of your family is sick and the treatment is more than you can afford, the situation can feel helpless. Financial assistance programs are available, though a costly procedure may exceed the available grant amounts. If you are struggling with economic hardship, here are a few options to consider for covering veterinary costs: Tell your veterinarian about your financial restrictions. Discuss with your veterinarian the minimum treatments available to save your animal’s life. For example, purchasing a wheelchair for an animal can be more attainable than a full hip replacement. Your veterinarian can help you evaluate what is most achievable for your situation, keeping your animal’s quality of life in mind. Ask other clinics in your area if their fees for similar treatment, or request a second opinion. Costs can vary widely from clinic to clinic. For a directory of veterinary clinics, visit veterinarians.com. Apply for one or more grants. Besides the RedRover Relief Urgent Care grants, there are a number of other financial assistance programs available to help pet owners. For a complete directory, visit RedRover.org/help....
    If you’re a new pet owner or have you recently moved and are looking for a new, local veterinarian, there are a few things to consider while searching for the right veterinarian for your furry or feathered friend. General fee structure While price shouldn’t be the sole factor in deciding which clinic is best for you, it is still worth asking about the fees of their most commonly used services. Costs can vary greatly between clinics, so if you cannot locate answers online, you should ask the following: What is the cost of an office visit? What are the general costs of vaccines my pet may need? What is the price for blood tests or x-rays? What is the cost to spay or neuter my pet? Additional financing Unfortunately, over the course of your pet’s life, there may be pricy unexpected medical procedure to pay for. In cases where you think you might not have the funds to cover the bill, you can ask if the veterinary clinic takes either of these forms of payment: Care Credit,...
    Editor’s note: For the Love of Pets is a new column by Nicole Forsyth, president and CEO of RedRover.org. The column will provide practical advice on a variety of pet-related topics. Look for it monthly. As a pet owner, there will likely be a time in your pet’s life when they need medications. And as we know, prescriptions can be costly, especially when treating an ongoing issue or disease, but with a little time and research you may be able to find your furry friend’s medications at a less expensive price. While a veterinarian is the only person who can prescribe your pet’s medications, they are not the only ones who can fill that prescription. In fact, if your pet is prescribed a medication that is also available for humans, you may be able to get the generic version through a human pharmacy. More and more major pharmacies such as Target, Costco, and Walgreens fill these types of prescriptions for pets. If your pet has ongoing pet medication needs you can often save money by signing up for auto shipping, and...
    Robert Shirreffs/INSIDER When you buy through our links, we may earn money from our affiliate partners. Learn more. With the correct technique, tools, and a gentle approach, trimming your cat's claws at home is not as difficult as it seems. We spoke to Dr. Irit Grader, DVM, assistant professor at the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine, to break down the steps and products needed to trim a cat's nails. This article was medically reviewed by Dr. Karie Johnson, veterinarian and co-founder of VIP Vet Visit, a mobile vet service in the south suburbs of Chicago. All cats need their nails trimmed regularly. A cat's claws grow continuously, just like people's and dogs' nails. If allowed to grow too long, they could snag on carpet or furniture and tear, causing painful injuries.  "If the nails aren't trimmed regularly, what we see, particularly in cats, is that the nail grows all the way around and actually penetrates the paw pad," said Dr. Irit Grader, DVM, assistant professor of clinical primary care medicine at the University of Pennsylvania School...
    Film star Kim Novak, who left the limelight after rising to the high of fame in Hollywood, has shared her grief at the passing of her husband of 44 years. Novak's husband Robert Malloy died on November 27 at the home they shared in Eagle Point, Oregon. He was 80.  'May I share just a bit of my grief with you?' she wrote in a Facebook post on Friday. 'My soulmate has passed on to greener pastures.' 'For forty-five years we shared each other's love and adventures. Now I must learn how to be satisfied with all those incredible, indelible memories!'  Kim Novak, who left the limelight after rising to the high of fame in Hollywood, has shared her grief at the passing of her husband of 44 years, Robert Malloy In 1958, Novak starred alongside James Stewart in Alfred Hitchcock's classic thriller, Vertigo Novak shared the news of Malloy's passing on Facebook on Friday. He died at their home in Oregon on November 27, aged 80 RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next ...
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    Dr. Hunter Finn's helpful pet-care tips have helped him gain a huge following on TikTok. @dr.hunterfinn/TikTok Dr. Hunter Finn is a veterinarian based in Arlington, Texas. Since joining TikTok in March, Finn has amassed 1 million followers from sharing common mistakes pet owners make. Finn spoke to Insider about his most popular videos, which include products pet owners should avoid and objects pets should never ingest. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Pet owners can't get enough of a TikTok-famous veterinarian who answers people's burning questions about taking care of their furry friends. Dr. Hunter Finn, who is based in Arlington, Texas, has been practicing veterinary medicine since June 2019. He started sharing videos on his TikTok account @dr.hunterfinn in March, and he has since amassed more than a million followers on the app. Whether it's a video on animal trivia facts — such as how dogs' wet noses help their sense of smell — or tips for first-time pet owners, TikTok users seem to love Finn's expertise. @dr.hunterfinn ##veterinarian ##petsoftiktok ##veterinarylife ♬ original sound - NELLE ????????
    Louisville Metro Council passes vote of no confidence against mayor over handling of Breonna Taylor case 26 Worst Belly Fat Myths Here’s The Trick To Figuring Out When To Give Your Dog A Bath Is your dog stinky and you’re wondering if you should give him a bath? DO IT. According to Dr. Andrea Y. Tu, medical director of Behavior Vets NYC in New York City, there’s no exact formula to determining when to give your dog a bath — but she does recommend one handy trick. “Many dogs can go by the sniff test — if you're smelling funky or you just had a big day in a muddy park, you probably could use a bathing,” Dr. Tu said.  It’s important to note, though, that some dogs with skin conditions may need a different bathing schedule. “For some dogs who have dermatological conditions, they may need to be bathed as frequently as once a week to help their skin stay healthy and infection-free,” Dr. Tu said. “The best way to determine what is best for your pup's...
    A group of New Jersey teenagers who broke into a petting zoo and abused animals by riding on donkeys and putting lipstick on a pony fled when the owner chased them away after seeing images of their antics on social media. Jimmy Abma, a fourth-generation farmer whose family has owned Abma’s Farm in Wyckoff, New Jersey, for more than 80 years, received a message on his phone at around 10:30pm on Saturday. It showed a young girl riding on a miniature donkey. Abma recognized the animal, which he confirmed to be his after seeing that the Snapchat image also had the caption ‘Abma’s Farm’ attached toward the bottom. A young girl identified as a 17-year-old student-athlete at River Dell High School in Bergen County, New Jersey, was photographed riding a miniature donkey at the barnyard petting zoo of Abma's Farm in nearby Wyckoff, New Jersey, on Saturday night The owner of Abma's Farm, Jimmy Abma (above), received the image of the girl riding the donkey at around 10:30pm on Saturday night. That's when he sped toward the petting...
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    HARTINGTON, Neb. (AP) - When they agreed to be the subjects of a television show, Erin and Ben Schroeder wanted viewers to get a realistic look at their lives as small-town veterinarians. They wanted viewers to see the dirt, the blood and the manure and that not every case has a happy ending. “We wanted things to be authentic and real,” Erin Schroeder told the Sioux City Journal. TOP STORIES Chattanooga police chief tells officers OK with George Floyd death to turn in badges Trump vetoes first domestic bill in four years, rejects measure on education loan forgiveness Van Jones: Forget the KKK, its the white, liberal Hillary Clinton supporter we should worry about The husband-and-wife veterinarian team from Hartington will bring more of that reality to TV on May 30, when season two of their show, “Heartland Docs, DVM,” premieres on the Nat Geo Wild channel. This season will show a few more family moments with Ben, Erin and their teenage sons, Charlie and Chase, but viewers still will get plenty of time following the vets as they...
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