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Cat Chat (6-30-2014) #1028: Dr. Donna Spector (Tracie's co-host on THE EXPERT VET and a board certified internist who has helped many diabetic cats get off insulin) discusses tight regulation diabetes management; Tracie recommends Dr. Elizabeth Hodgkins' book YOUR CAT to further help in solving this health issue.
The Pet Cancer Vet (6-30-2014) #2030: Dr. Sue talks to Pam in South Carolina whose kitty Sammy has low grade GI feline lymphoma — and her quest for the right doctor with answers. July is a big month in their family because they will celebrate Sammy's 12th birthday and 2 years of remission. Pam: "Sammy is a special cat/companion to me. I don't think we would have made it this far without good medical and emotional support."
Humane Talk (7-28-2014) #8020: Kari Bagnall is the founder and director of Jungle Friends Primate Sanctuary in Florida, a rescue that provides a permanent safe haven for monkeys from around the U.S., who have been abused, confiscated by authorities, retired from research or are ex-pets.
Dog Talk (7/26/2014) Dr. Peter Li from Humane Society International describes his recent trip to bear witness to the “dog meat festival” in Yulin, China — which is not part of some ancient cultural Chinese tradition but a commercial enterprise only practiced since 2009, attracting many Chinese demonstrators opposed to this barbaric practice in which thousands of dogs are trucked in cruel conditions from around China (many of them stolen pets) and are butchered in a marketplace for human consumption. Peter was able to save and bring home two puppies, naming one Colby for himself and the other going to a board member of the Humane Society of the United States; young Owen calls from England to speak about his experience overcoming the psychological burdens of a rare crippling physical disorder he was born with, and how his life was transformed by adopting the Anatolian Shepherd dog, Haatchi, who was rescued by the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals after he was tied to a train track and lost a leg being run over — a heartwarming validation of the human-animal bond described in the book Haatchi & Little B; Sarah Meyer-Patterson explains her work as a teacher at a Florida college for veterinary technicians, who are then licensed after 2 to 4 years of schooling (learn more at https://www.navta.net/).
Holistic Vets (6-30-2014) #3032: Dr. Patrick discusses what to feed your dog during cancer or illness, as he has had to do with his own Welsh Terrier Cardiff, who had surgery and then chemotherapy for his cancer recently.
Pet Food Advisors (6-30-2014) #7031: Oils & Fats: Dr. Delaney discusses the wide variety of sources of oils and fat in pet foods, those which may be healthier and those to be avoided.
Dog Travel Experts (6-30-2014) #4032: Tracie asks Paris to share her imaginative list of ideas for summer fun with your dog, from stargazing to picnicking, taking paw prints to making matching bandanas.
The Expert Vet (6-30-2014) #5028: Dr Donna and Tracie swap ideas on summer dangers to outdoors dogs: killer Bufo toads (in states like FL,TX,CO,CA,AZ), even ordinary frogs and toads with toxic secretions, and snakes, bees, wildlife poop, dead rotting animals, porcupines, and skunks. It's a fun but dangerous world out there! What to be alert for and how to handle a problem.
Good Dogs! (7-28-2014) #6026: What about dog parks? Are they fun or dangerous? Maybe a little of both! Hear Gayle's recommendations for appropriate age for the dog park (never before 9 months of age because puppies are not socially wise) and warnings about the serious dangers in a dog park and potentially life-saving advice.
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