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Authors On Animals (8-25-2014) #2: Martha Sherrill talks about her book DOG MAN: An Uncommon Life on a Faraway Mountain about the extraordinary gentleman in Japan who rescued the Akita breed from extinction during the war.
Cat Chat (8-04-2014) #1031: Ellen from Nekoflies explains her success in introducing new kittens to Bubba, the only remaining kitty member of the original four NekoFlies board and describes the 9 foot floor-to-ceiling scratching posts she built herself to create more space and environmental enrichment.
The Pet Cancer Vet (8-04-2014) #2031: Dr. Sue and Tracie give advice and support to Gayle in Roanoke, Virginia, who German Shepherd Dog Iago has an inoperable thymoma near his heart.
Humane Talk (8-18-2014) #8024: Paul Shapiro, the Vice President for Farm Animal Protection at the Humane Society of the United States, talks about how mainstream ideology has changed in the past 20 years and there has been a 10% drop in meat consumption — good news for a lifelong vegetarian/vegan like himself, who accepts that” social progress is always incremental.”
Dog Talk (8/23/2014) Dr. Karen Rosenthal, Dean of the Veterinary College of St. Matthew's University on the Cayman Islands, B.W.I., talks about her specialty, which is “special Species” and the new show she will be co-hosting on the Radio pet Lady Network, EXOTIC PETS; Wendy Gallart met her dog, Summer, at her job at the Animal Medical Center in NYC, and won the Nordic Naturals contest (“Why is your pet important to you?”) and gets a professional pet portrait and 6 months of Nordic Naturals omega-3 pet oil for Summer; Madeline Bernstein is the President of the Los Angeles SPCA and talks about the TLC program she created “Teaching Love & Compassion” to at-risk youth by having them work with dogs from a shelter.
Holistic Vets (8-04-2014) #3031: Barbara talks about a gravely ill pet like Tracie's dog Teddy was, and the challenges of End-of-Life decision-making. How to know if there is hope in the room? And how to approach grieving.
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 (5-05-2014) #4029: Paris and Tracie compare their favorite treat recipes from Paris's new book THE HEALTHY HOUND COOKBOOK, which is chockful of yummy, nutritious and easy to make treats.
The Expert Vet (8-04-2014) #5029: What to do if you adopt a dog like Tracie's new Blue Weimaraner Maisie and she has horrible diarrhea when switching her to better food? Dr. Donna explains FRD (fiber responsive diarrhea in large breed young dogs) and how adding Fiber One cereal and psyllium husk powder to all meals, allows for a slow transition to a new higher quality food — in this case Halo Healthy Weight Management kibble and The Honest Kitchen raw dehydrated mixes.
Good Dogs! (8-18-2014) #6030: Gayle talks about the Canadian National Golden Retriever Specialty show where she recently judged the CCA – the Certificate of Conformation Assessment, which she actually developed! She discusses differences in the expected lifespan of American vs. British Goldens (10 ½ vs. 12 years) and the K9 College Cruise she'll be presenting on in the West Caribbean next March: March 14-21, 2015 K9 College Cruise But if you cannot make that one, there's always April 2-9, 2016 Canines at Sea.
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