That’s Dr. Henry Randazzo of Desert Dunes Animal Hospitol with his 15-year-old polo pony Macanudo (“good boy” in Spanish). Randazzo joins a roster of other local vets who generously posed with their favorite animals.
To the dogs, cats, horses, birds, turtles, goats, and lizards of the valley, being owned by one of the area’s veterinarians is equivalent of winning the lottery!
Ms. Mott is the former publisher and editor of Desert Pet News. For this article she interviewed many of the desert’s top veterinarians. Her conclusion? A pet with a vet for an owner has it as good as it gets. Includes sidebar withlatest facts and figures about the American pet population from the American Veterinary Medical Association. (Predictably, dogs still rule in popularity but there’s surprising research here, too.)
Sure, Palm Canyon Drive is the home to upscale jewelers, fancy-schmancy restaurants and unusual antique and furnishings stores. But lest we forget: T-Shirt emporia still dot the landscape. And thank goodness. Here’s a look at some of the wittiest T’s on the stip. And South Park isn’t on any of them.
by Susie Coelho
Photography by David Glomb. Ms. Coelho shares her secrets for incorporating one’s life, background and culture into interior design.
The Cochran Ranch was a desert landmark for years. Meet the proprietors, aviatrix Jackie Cochran and her oilman husband who entertained royalty royally at their Indio ranch.