Humans instinctively go on their best behavior when staying at another person’s home. You do your dishes without being asked, you make your bed, you’re careful to tiptoe and not turn on any lights if you need […]
By Laura Drucker
Bob Sutalski is a U.S. veteran living in East Dundee, Illinois. He joined the Army Reserves in 2001 and was deployed twice to Afghanistan, once in 2004, and again in 2008.
Sutalski lives […]
One of our favorite parts of the holiday issue is getting to play Santa Paws and spoil our readers and their pets with our annual Holiday Grab Bag Giveaway. And this year’s is an exceptionally good one! […]
There are many reasons people gravitate toward either cats or dogs. Distinct differences between the two attract those looking for certain types of responsibilities and interactions. But there are a lot of […]
By Michelle Nichols
We’ve all been there: You buy your dog or cat a toy, and they’re gung-ho about it for a month, a week, or 15 minutes. Then it just sits in their toy box, never to be played with again. Like […]
By Jade Banlaw Chances are at some point you have received unsolicited advice when out with your dog. From the pet store to the dog park and everywhere in between, well-meaning “experts” attempt to tell you […]
By Laura Drucker Catey Shaw may be new to the music scene, but the L.A.-based singer and producer is embracing the challenge and enjoying the ride. Her 2016 album, The Ransom EP, scored big with pop lovers for […]
In each issue of TAILS we highlight exciting things going on in the local animal welfare community. As the year comes to a close, we wanted to take a look back and celebrate some of the great progress made for […]
Meet this issue’s cover photographer: Josh Feeney!
Josh Feeney is a real estate broker with Berkshire Hathaway/The Lowe Group who volunteers his time with Safe Humane Chicago and Chicago Animal Care & Control. […]
As we gather for the holidays and ring in the new year, TAILS is celebrating its 17th year of publishing. There are many things I am proud of as I reflect back on our journey. One of the biggest is […]
Our dogs’ emotional well-beings are important. Just as we put so much special care into keeping them physically healthy, monitoring and responding to mental issues is a crucial part of responsible pet […]
What do your pets do when you’re gone all day? We’ve got a few ideas: sneaking peanut butter out of the jar, curling up to sleep right on your pillow, watching R-rated movies….
Universal Pictures got just a […]