Pets http://wutc.org en Behold, Bones Made From Beer Bran http://wutc.org/post/behold-bones-made-beer-bran <p>Ben Whitelaw was a brewer at Big River, the brew pub in downtown Chattanooga, when he first conceived a business making and selling dog treats. He was in the habit of taking his dog to work with him on the weekends. As soon as they got there the little dog made a beeline for the spent grain scattered all over the floor of the grain room. Other dogs are equally attracted to the grain left over during the process of brewing beer.</p> Fri, 21 Mar 2014 15:44:48 +0000 Richard Winham 35108 at http://wutc.org Behold, Bones Made From Beer Bran Pet Emergency? There's An App For That http://wutc.org/post/pet-emergency-theres-app <p>The American Red Cross has created a pet first-aid app.</p><p>WUTC's Mark Colbert speaks with Greg Waite, Community Chapter Executive for the <a href="http://www.redcross.org/tn/chattanooga">American Red Cross of Southeast Tennessee</a>, about their new smartphone app that can provide vital information during pet emergencies.</p><p></p><p>From a media release:</p> Wed, 22 Jan 2014 19:34:55 +0000 Mark Colbert 32728 at http://wutc.org Pet Emergency? There's An App For That 'Tennessee Tails' Features Pet Stories from Ooltewah Vet http://wutc.org/post/tennessee-tails-features-pet-stories-ooltewah-vet <p>Dr. Kathryn Primm, a veterinarian who owns Applebrook Animal Hospital in Ooltewah, has written a memoir.&nbsp; It's a collection of short, true stories about her four-legged patients and the people who love them.&nbsp; <em>Tennessee Tails: Pets and Their People</em> is <a href="http://www.amazon.com/Tennessee-Tails-Pets-Their-People/dp/1484906144">available from Amazon</a>.&nbsp; Proceeds from the book's first year of sales will benefit the Chattanooga Humane Society and the Pet Placement Center.</p><p></p> Fri, 01 Nov 2013 15:00:39 +0000 Michael Edward Miller 29495 at http://wutc.org 'Tennessee Tails' Features Pet Stories from Ooltewah Vet Chattanooga Artists Create Animal Art, Pet Portraits for Reflections Gallery http://wutc.org/post/chattanooga-artists-create-animal-art-pet-portraits-reflections-gallery <p><span style="line-height: 1.5;">&nbsp;&nbsp;</span><a href="http://reflectionsgallerytn.com/showsandevents.html">Opening September 12th</a> and showing through October 24th, the new <a href="http://reflectionsgallerytn.com/">Reflections Gallery </a>exhibit features farm animals, wild animals and household animals. &nbsp;Patrons can even commission portraits of their cats, dogs and other pets. &nbsp;Reflections Gallery is located at&nbsp;6922 Lee Highway.</p><p> Mon, 09 Sep 2013 18:23:28 +0000 Michael Edward Miller 27160 at http://wutc.org Chattanooga Artists Create Animal Art, Pet Portraits for Reflections Gallery The Social Petwork http://wutc.org/post/social-petwork <p><iframe frameborder="0" height="30" src="http://archive.org/embed/FacebookPets" width="300"></iframe></p><p>You probably have a Facebook account. All your friends have Facebook profiles. Your parents, grandparents, aunts, and uncles have accounts. But does your dog have a Facebook profile? How about your neighbor&#39;s cat? Wed, 11 Jul 2012 14:44:04 +0000 Garrett Crowe 8787 at http://wutc.org The Social Petwork McKamey's 'Yappy Meower' Series Benefits Homeless Cats and Pups http://wutc.org/post/mckameys-yappy-meower-series-benefits-homeless-cats-and-pups <p>http://www.archive.org/download/MckameysyappyMeowerToBenefitHomelessCatsAndPups/mck.mp3</p> Fri, 16 Mar 2012 14:44:20 +0000 Mary Helen Miller 3415 at http://wutc.org McKamey's 'Yappy Meower' Series Benefits Homeless Cats and Pups