All You Ever Wanted to Know About Crude Protein

Dog Talk (And Kitties Too!) (09-05-2022) #795C: Tracie’s most-read blog is about crude protein (which is a mystery to her!) so she invited veterinary nutritionist Ryan Yamka to discuss what “crude protein” actually refers to in a pet food and how that value is determined. Spoiler alert: crude protein is NOT referring to the amount […]

Dog Treats from Alternate Protein Source: Cricket Powder

Dog Talk (And Kitties Too!) (08-24-2019) #637: Featuring Renee Streeter, Anne Carlson, and Susannah Charlson. Dr Renee Streeter is a veterinary nutritionist who discusses Tracie’s questions about pet obesity and other aspects of feeding pets; Anne Carlson is the founder and CEO of Jiminys, and discusses how she came to make dog treats from the […]

Caticons: 4,000 Years of Art Imitating Cats

Dog Talk (And Kitties Too!) (06-29-2019) #629: Featuring Sandy Lerner, Ryan Yamka, and Krister Holm. Sandy Lerner was the co-founder of Cisco Systems, but as a lifetime cat lover, her truest passion is can be seen in her massive, gorgeous book CATICONS: 4,000 YEARS OF ART IMITATING CATS, which captures just a fraction of her […]

About those “Pets Are the Best Medicine” Ads

Dog Talk (And Kitties Too!) (08-19-2017) #538: Steve Feldman is the Executive Director of HABRI (the Human-Animal Bond Research Institute) and talks about the hilarious mock-ad videos they made with Zoetis called “Pets are the best medicine, which are now in the NY Dog Film Festival;” Dr. Paul Kline from CityVet in Texas (which is […]

Pet Food Advisors #7025 (1-28-2014)

Pet Food Advisors (1-28-2014) #7025: If your pet is sick, is it safe or advisable to cook for it at home without the professional guidance or supervision of a veterinary nutritionist? MP3 Audio [14 MB]DownloadShow URL