Worldwide Efforts to Come Up with Meat Alternatives

Dog Talk (And Kitties Too!) (03-21-2020) #667: Featuring Dr Ernie Ward, and Carlyn Montes de Oca. Veterinarian Dr. Ernie Ward has a long discussion about the future of man-made “meat,” both for pets and for people, drawing on research about worldwide efforts to come up with meat alternatives in his book THE CLEAN PET FOOD […]

Kitten Lady, Hannah Shaw (Tiny But Mighty)

Dog Talk (And Kitties Too!) (10-05-2019) #643: Featuring Hannah Shaw, Melinda Friedman, and Ken Hill. Hannah Shaw, well-known to cat lovers as “The Kitten Lady,” talks about how to care for the smallest, most fragile kittens in her book TINY BUT MIGHTY; filmmaker Melinda Friedman’s documentary “Vancouver: A Dogumentary” will give the audience at the […]

Celebrate Your Vet Tech!

Celebrate Your Vet Tech! Whenever I go for an appointment at the vet, the first person my dogs and I are greeted by is the veterinary technician. She is like a warm friendly maitre d’ at a nice restaurant — making sure we feel welcome and getting everything set up for us. I think it’s […]

Authors On Animals #117 (01-26-2015)

Authors On Animals (01-26-2015) #117: Veterinarian Dr James Mahoney wrote ELEPHANTS TO MICE: Animals Who Have Touched My Soul are stories of a cast of creatures who left a permanent mark on him in a thought-provoking collection of issues such as whether animals experience the same types of emotions as humans, whether it is right […]

Dog Talk #379 (7/12/2014)

Dog Talk (7/12/2014) #379: Author and Alaskan aficionado Nick Jans talks about the courtship between one of his dogs and a huge wild wolf in A WOLF CALLED ROMEO, which dispels many of the myths in the demonization and misunderstanding of wolves; Marcy, a co-host from GOOD DOGS! on the Radio Pet Lady Network, talks […]

The Pet Cancer Vet #2029 (6-23-2014)

The Pet Cancer Vet (6-23-2014) #2029: Tracie talks to Dr. Sue about her own beloved young dog Teddy, who died of a brutally rapid cancer in just one week from when symptoms appeared. They discuss what diagnostics and treatments might have been done instead and the vital importance of good communication and a shared plan […]