Those three simple words in this title are the motto and foundation of New Orleans Bulldog Rescue.
Passionate about animal rescue, Adi Chatow, DVM, always knew she wanted to help animals. Raised in Israel, she moved to California with her parents when she was in high school. After completing her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree at UC Davis Veterinary School, Dr.
It’s no secret that typical New Orleans cuisine is not the healthiest, with an abundance of fried delicacies, rich, buttery sauces and sugary desserts lurking around every corner. But it is paw-sible to dig up some good-for-you grub if you know where to look.
Attorney Stephen Rue grew up under the loving care of his widowed mother, Jeannie Rue Pearson. Jeannie worked as a public-school teacher to put Stephen and his sister through school and college.
In Louisiana, we love our seasons. We have the classic spring, summer, winter, and fall, but we also have additional seasons like Mardi Gras, festival, and crawfish.
How did this year fly by so quickly? Feels like we were just celebrating Halloween and the beginning of the New Year is here.
Louisiana’s 54th Lieutenant Governor and Enthusiastic Native Son’s Soft Spot for Animals Drives Him to Work Hard for Their Wellbeing
Crouch down low, watch, and when it’s just the right moment … wobble your back paws and pounce! Whether your kitty is pouncing live prey outside or their mouse toy inside, cats are playful despite their reputation for sleeping 12 to 18 hours per day.
When one year ends and another begins, many people take a moment to evaluate what they did or didn’t do. Too much virtual time and not enough gym time? Enjoyed too many slices of king cake and not enough glasses of water? Maybe you want to see and do more good in the world.
“Only somebody who really takes the time to understand Pinot’s potential can then coax it into its fullest expression.
“Where did the summer go?” is a question both humans and our fur babies are asking. Animals, perhaps more than humans, sense the seasonal shift and feel the change between summer and fall.
Stories have often depicted cats as independent, living on a farm or outside in an urban setting. Occasionally the cat would come inside for a bowl of milk, take a nap on the rug then return outside.
Just as the theme from Cheers claims, sometimes you want to go where everyone knows your name. Located at 4801 Magazine St., Le Bon Temps Roule is well loved by locals and tourists alike.
We all know that eating better can help us live better lives; the same is true for our pets. Patricia “Trish” Benit-Laing, the local owner of Pet Wants French Quarter, has wanted to own a pet store since she was a little girl.
Southern Paws is a locally-owned pet boutique and “barkery” specializing in gourmet treats, pet accessories, toys, and so much more.
From Dolly Parton’s “Cracker Jack” and Carrie Underwood’s “The More Boys I Meet, the More I Love My Dog” to Patti Page’s “How Much Is That Doggie in the Window?”, our four-legged friends have given some of the musical greats inspiration to create music we have loved through the decades.
Dr. Courtney Wheeler was born and raised in New Orleans and always dreamed of becoming a veterinarian. Every Career Day at school she dressed up as a vet, and in her free time she was riding her horse or playing with her dogs and cats. When she was little, Wheeler loved helping her uncle, Dr.
New Orleanians love their football and there’s nothing more spirited than catching a game with your furry bestie! From local taprooms to a grown-up arcade, we’ve sniffed out wag-worthy spots to cheer on the Black and Gold with Spot.
With that start of fall around the corner, it’s important to keep in mind our pet’s safety when celebrating the holidays, such as Halloween and Thanksgiving.
I was charmed when P&P asked me to cover a feature on Paradigm Gardens as I live adjacent to it, and have since the business started growing, here in New Orleans’ Central City neighborhood.
The New Orleans Saints’ Placekicker and Fan Favorite Makes His Triumphant Return to Football After Overcoming Injury with Golden Retrievers Nash and Benny by His Side
Even though the Shark Week observations are over, it is always appropriate to remind everyone of the vital importance sharks play in the ocean ecosystems.
Listening to the daily news, we hear about the tireless efforts of first responders to keep us safe and protected, sometimes putting their lives on the line on our streets. The daily stresses we face in doing our jobs pale in comparison to what they go through.
In the South, we’re used to sweltering temperatures and stifling humidity and plan our days accordingly.
With thermostats topping 90 degrees and humidity so thick that you can stab it with a fork, it can be ruff outdoors in NOLA this time of year.
June 1 marks the first official day of hurricane season. Although severe weather is expected, we want to make sure we are fully prepared. With that in mind, we want to urge pet-owners to create an evacuation plan that includes their pets!
As summer is upon us, Louisiana residents creatively coming up with ways to stay cool with their furry friends—no-flavor snowballs, ice baths in the kiddie pool, or throwing back a couple of cold ones (yes, they make beer for dogs and wine for cats now).
If you’re a fan of crisp, dry white wines, chances are that you’ve sipped a glass or two of Sauvignon Blanc. “Sauvignon Blanc is my go-to white wine, especially during the summertime,” says Nicole Dorignac, co-owner of Dorginac’s Food Center.
Summer is a perfect excuse to really enjoy some quality time with our little fur babies. It seems as soon as Memorial Day arrives, you can start to feel the fun energy and the pull to focus on leisure pursuits.
How many times have you heard the phrase “curiosity killed the cat”? Fortunately for us cat lovers, the phrase is terribly misused compared to its origin. Our cat’s curiosity is a much-needed characteristic for survival amongst the feline species.