Beverly Forehand

There’s a Mouse in the House & Other House Cat Adventures

Beverly Forehand Beverly Forehand
There’s a mouse in the house. He’s cute. He’s small and fat and has the kind of face that would make a great Beatrix Potter character. All he needs is a jaunty little hat. He’s not a new pet. He’s a field mouse, probably an adolescent, who came in under the…

Kymythy Schultze

Kymythy SchultzeKymythy Schultze ( has been a trailblazer in animal nutrition for over two decades. She is also a human nutritionist and has helped thousands of people and their pets live happier, healthier lives. To learn how to easily prepare healthy meals for dogs, cats, and humans, check out her best-selling books: Natural Nutrition for Dog and Cats: The Ultimate Diet, The Natural Nutrition No-Cook Book: Delicious Food for You and Your Pets! and her new book Natural Nutrition for Cats: The Path to Purr-fect Health.



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keyboard_articleBarkleyAndPaws is pleased to present this section of favorite pet bloggers from around the Internet.  We search out interesting bloggers and provide information about their blogging site, interest, and why we feel they deserve to be featured on BarkleyAndPaws!  Please help us support and encourage all our blogger friends to continue to write and promote pet adoption and care across the Internet!
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Dr. Jarred Lyons

Dr. Jarred Lyons is a Radiation Oncologist at Veterinary Cancer Group.Dr. Jarred Lyons is a Radiation Oncologist at Veterinary Cancer Group, located in Tustin and Culver City, California. He received his DVM degree from the University of California at Davis and completed an internship at VCA West Los Angeles. After completing his residency in Radiation Oncology at North Carolina State University in conjunction with Duke University and the University of North Carolina, Dr. Lyons joined Veterinary Cancer Group in January of 2007. His special interests include medical oncology and palliative radiation therapy to improve the quality of life for end-stage cancer patients.

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Dr. Nicole Schiff

nicole_150Dr. Schiff received her undergraduate degree in Zoology from UC Davis in 1997, and her doctorate in veterinary medicine from UC Davis in 2002. From 2002 to 2008 she practiced small animal medicine and surgery at a large veterinary hospital in West Los Angeles.

When her own dog was diagnosed with epilepsy and benefited immensely from acupuncture treatments she was inspired to pursue an understanding of how acupuncture can complement more traditional western therapies. In 2008 she completed a certification in veterinary medical acupuncture from Colorado State University. Dr. Schiff is also dedicated to working with several Los Angeles based non-profit groups that work to alleviate pet overpopulation Dr. Schiff can be reached via email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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Sharon Seltzer

Sharon SeltzerSharon Seltzer has always been passionate about animals. She expresses that interest through the news blog she writes for She is also one of the founders of an animal rescue organization in Southern Nevada called the Heaven Can Wait Sanctuary. Sharon shares her home with her husband, three rescued dogs and three semi-feral cats.

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Dr. Mark Edwards

Dr. Mark EdwardsDr. Mark Edwards BVSc (DVM - equivalent) is a small animal veterinarian, author & expert for JustAnswer. Dr. Edwards focuses on canine and feline medicine and surgery and takes pride in helping both animals and their clients. Having graduated from the world renowned and prestigious college - Massey University - Dr Edwards has since been instrumental to small animal health and well being in the large metropolitan city of Auckland in his home country, New Zealand. Whilst at Massey, Dr Edwards gained several first-in-class awards for clinical pathology and small animals medicine & surgery, passing all papers with flying colors.

To purchase Dr Edwards' Housetraining book please click here:
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Dr Edwards' writing background is also impressive having spent 4 years in his home city Christchurch co-writing and developing several successful online books and DVDs, including the popular and successful SitStayFetch package, a canine housetraining guide and a complete guide to canine health (all available on as well as helping put together the DVD guide to canine behavioral training. In between consulting at a busy animal hospital in West Auckland, Dr Edwards is also now an established Veterinary expert available 24 hours, 7 days a week on the increasingly popular JustAnswer website. Here he has a large

following with having answered well over 1000 burning Veterinary related questions with 100% positive feedback. Having now joined the team at BarkelyAndPaws, Dr Edwards hopes to share his wealth of knowledge via articles and blogs, as well as eventually an new online book available for purchase.

In the meantime, you can reach Dr Edwards at any time via the JustAnswer website Ask Your Pet Question Now, or by asking a question using the box below:


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BarkleyAndPaws is proud to feature top authors, Veterinarians, and other pet specialists!

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Dr. Mona Rosenberg

Dr. Mona RosenbergDr. Rosenberg is the owner, CEO and Chief of Staff at Veterinary Cancer Group. She received her DVM from UC Davis, followed by an internship and residency at Animal Medical Center in New York. She has been a diplomat of the ACVIM in Oncology since 1992. She is an active member of the Veterinary Cancer Society and SCVMA where she is a regularly sought after lecturer. In addition, Dr. Rosenberg heads up the medical oncology residency program at Veterinary Cancer Group. Recently, Dr. Rosenberg was appointed Clinical Associate Professor of Veterinary Medicine at Western University of Health Sciences/College of Veterinary Medicine.

Since 1992, Veterinary Cancer Group has been committed to taking the fear out of cancer diagnoses, and replacing it with hope. Today, they are the largest, comprehensive, and most sophisticated veterinary oncology practice in the world, serving Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, and Ventura Counties from two premier locations; Culver City, and their newest facility in Tustin, California. Each of Veterinary Cancer Group’s facilities offer in-depth information, resources, and expertise in the latest cancer treatments. Their highly qualified, experienced, and compassionate staff of Board Certified veterinary medical and radiation oncologists, residents, technicians, and client care specialists are committed to bringing the latest studies and therapies into play when working with their patients. At Veterinary Cancer Group, they strive to continue to be the FIRST CHOICE for all aspects of veterinary oncological care.

In addition, to Dr. Rosenberg’s many achievements, Veterinary Cancer Group ranked 3rd place in the Growing Companies Category of this year’s California’s Best Places to Work program, sponsored by Employers Group.

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Beverly Forehand

beverly forehandBeverly Forehand is a freelance writer, editor, and social & digital media marketer living in Nashville, TN. Her short stories and poems have been published in Atriad Press' Haunted Encounters, Bewildering Stories, FATE, The Harrow, LongStory Short, Quantum Muse, Muscadine Lines, Waxing Waning Moon, Ultraverse, The Wheel, Zephyrus, and other publications.

She published a pet recipe book with Dawson Progressive and was a monthly columnist for Critter Exchange/All Creature’s Exchange, an animal advocacy newspaper, for many years. Her hobbies include cultivating her medieval herb garden and begging her cats (unsuccessfully) to stay off the sofa.

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Do you dress up your pet for Halloween?

Some people go all out ... others don't bother.  What do you do?
This poll is expired and voting is closed.
Sure I do! I think it's fun! (10 Votes)
I don't bother ... it's too much trouble (6 Votes)
Pets don't really like to be "dressed" in clothes (7 Votes)
I think it's fun to see but I don't do it (13 Votes)
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