The Study on Dog Aging

Dog Talk (And Kitties Too!) (12-13-2020) #705: Featuring James Gorman, Michael Wombacher, and Denise Bash. James Gorman, the New York Times science columnist, discusses his article “Old Dogs, New Research and the Secrets of Aging,” about the study of dog aging which used Tom Hanks as a familiar example of human aging, and the ways […]

Advances in Orthopedic Interventions

Dog Talk (And Kitties Too!) (10-14-2017) #546: Katie Lisnick, the Director of Cat Protection & Policy for the Humane Society of the United States, talks about their work on behalf of community cats in Hawaii, the most challenging state in which to navigate the tricky cats/wildlife issue; Jen Reeder talks about the Dog Writers Association […]

Cat-Centric “Meow” Series at Worcester Art Museum

Dog Talk (and Kitties Too!) (05-14-2016) #472: Adam Rozan is the Director of Audience Engagement at the Worcester MA art museum and talks about the cat-centric “Meow” series just opening for the summer; David Loewe is the CEO of the Seattle Humane Society, which is the beneficiary of the Dog Film Festival there, and talks […]

Cricket Shortage Affects Exotic Pets

Exotic Pets (04-20+-2015) #210: Dr Karen talks about the recent cricket shortage in Hawaii — pointing up the unique food needs of exotic pets, which are not “convenience” pets! Advice on why to never feed a commercial cricket unless it is “gut loaded:” you have to put them in a box of oatmeal, sprinkle with […]

Humane Talk #8013 (4-07-2014)

Humane Talk (4-07-2014) #8013: When can donkeys fly? When the HSUS brought people together in Hawaii to airlift free-roaming donkeys to a sanctuary on the mainland; the federal government is concerned about reducing huge budget deficits and Wayne tells Tracie four ways that Congress can cut hundreds of millions in wasteful spending on chimpanzees, wild […]