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Hello, I’m Dr. Ed of Vet24seven. I’m here to introduce you to some of America’s best veterinarians, whom we’ll ask to provide expertise on topics that matter to you and your pets. We hope you enjoy their insights and stories to help ensure that your pets stay healthy and happy. Vet24seven is a veterinary network and mobile app that allows you to bring a veterinarian to your pet via video or chat on your mobile device, anytime, anywhere. Convenience, better animal health, and peace of mind … ...
 
What Makes You Howl? What Hisses You Off? These pet podcasts on Pet Life Radio shine a light on hot-button pet issues that make owners growl, wag and purr, or bare their teeth. Host Amy Shojai brings together an array of top animal experts to discuss, explain--and sometimes argue about--common and not-so-common pet peeves. Do you have an opinion about breed bans? What about declawing cats, or keeping “exotic” pets? Has your city limited the number of critters you can keep? Opened a dog park? ...
 
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Hi and welcome to Paws for Thought Episode 6. In todays episode I talk a bit about Mental health and Pets I also talk about how to mentally and Physical entertain our pets indoors and outdoors To get involved in the podcast you can join our Members only discussion group on FB - Paws For Thought Alternatively follow us on Instagram - pawsforthought_…
 
Hi and welcome to Paws for Thought Episode 5. In todays episode I give you some interesting facts about animals I also talk about the dangerous and toxic items in and outside our homes for your cats and dogs And at the end of the show I talk about Max the Award winning dog To get involved in the podcast you can join our Members only discussion grou…
 
Hi and welcome to Paws for Thought Episode 4. In todays episode I discuss missing and stolen pets. Things we can do to help prevent our pets from going missing or being stolen How you the listeners can get involved in spreading the news about Pets that are missing or stolen In the show I mention the Too Hot To Handle Pet Group that I run to help sp…
 
Hi and welcome to Paws for Thought Episode 3. In todays episode we have guest speaker Tash Anderson who is a Veterinary Nurse at First Opinion Practice for Small Animals called Unicorn Vets in Fairfield. Today I ask our Vet Nurse all about why she wanted to be a Vet Nurse, her highs and lows, funny stories, she also answers some of your questions a…
 
Hi and welcome to Paws for Thought Episode 2. Please note there maybe some upsetting content featured in this episode. Today I talk Pet laws. I read some cases that come under these laws and their outcomes. Also how you the listeners can report any animal crimes. To get involved in the podcast you can join our Members only discussion group on FB - …
 
Hi and welcome to my Podcast.I aim to introduce myself and why i am doing this podcast What this podcast is about and what i have in store for future episodes Episode 1 Networking/Connection and dating websites for our petsAnd talking about Missing Pets.To get involved in the podcast you can join our Members only discussion group on FB - Paws For T…
 
Guest Veterinarians- Dr. Kipp Magnussen, Medical Director, Sylvan Veterinary Hospital, and Veterinary Emergency Clinic, Modesto, CA- Dr. Daniel Cook, Veterinarian, Arlington, VAYou feed your pet the right foods, exercise with them regularly, and practice good preventative care, but do you remember to do something daily for your pet's teeth? Can you…
 
Guest Veterinarians- Dr. Kipp Magnussen, Medical Director, Sylvan Veterinary Hospital, and Veterinary Emergency Clinic, Modesto, CA- Dr. Daniel Cook, Veterinarian, Arlington, VAYou feed your pet the right foods, exercise with them regularly, and practice good preventative care, but do you remember to do something daily for your pet's teeth? Can you…
 
Guest Veterinarians- Dr. Kipp Magnussen, Medical Director, Sylvan Veterinary Hospital, and Veterinary Emergency Clinic, Modesto, CA- Dr. Daniel Cook, Veterinarian, Arlington, VAYou feed your pet the right foods, exercise with them regularly, and practice good preventative care, but do you remember to do something daily for your pet's teeth? Can you…
 
Guest Veterinarians- Dr. Kipp Magnussen, Medical Director, Sylvan Veterinary Hospital, and Veterinary Emergency Clinic, Modesto, CA- Dr. Daniel Cook, Veterinarian, Arlington, VAYou feed your pet the right foods, exercise with them regularly, and practice good preventative care, but do you remember to do something daily for your pet's teeth? Can you…
 
Guest Veterinarians- Dr. Kipp Magnussen, Medical Director, Sylvan Veterinary Hospital, and Veterinary Emergency Clinic, Modesto, CA- Dr. Daniel Cook, Veterinarian, Arlington, VAYou feed your pet the right foods, exercise with them regularly, and practice good preventative care, but do you remember to do something daily for your pet's teeth? Can you…
 
Guest Veterinarians:Dr. Laura Allison, Owner, Compassionate Hearts Mobile Veterinary Service, Lake Worth, FLDr. Tiffany Ma, Owner, Compassion Pet Hospice, Castro Valley, CAPets are family. When it is time to say goodbye to your elderly or terminally ill companion, there are ways to ensure your pet’s final chapter includes as much comfort and dignit…
 
Guest Veterinarians:Dr. Laura Allison, Owner, Compassionate Hearts Mobile Veterinary Service, Lake Worth, FLDr. Tiffany Ma, Owner, Compassion Pet Hospice, Castro Valley, CAPets are family. When it is time to say goodbye to your elderly or terminally ill companion, there are ways to ensure your pet’s final chapter includes as much comfort and dignit…
 
Guest Veterinarians:Dr. Laura Allison, Owner, Compassionate Hearts Mobile Veterinary Service, Lake Worth, FLDr. Tiffany Ma, Owner, Compassion Pet Hospice, Castro Valley, CAPets are family. When it is time to say goodbye to your elderly or terminally ill companion, there are ways to ensure your pet’s final chapter includes as much comfort and dignit…
 
Guest Veterinarians:Dr. Laura Allison, Owner, Compassionate Hearts Mobile Veterinary Service, Lake Worth, FLDr. Tiffany Ma, Owner, Compassion Pet Hospice, Castro Valley, CAPets are family. When it is time to say goodbye to your elderly or terminally ill companion, there are ways to ensure your pet’s final chapter includes as much comfort and dignit…
 
Guest Veterinarians:- Kanwarjit Singh Boparai, Veterinarian, Tracy, CA - Dr. Elyse Kent, owner, Elite Cat Care, Marina Del Rey, CA One of the most common problems affecting pet owners is itching and scratching pets. Itching and scratching can make a pet miserable, the effects can be severe, and the cause may not be obvious. In previous podcasts we’…
 
Guest Veterinarians:- Kanwarjit Singh Boparai, Veterinarian, Tracy, CA - Dr. Elyse Kent, owner, Elite Cat Care, Marina Del Rey, CA One of the most common problems affecting pet owners is itching and scratching pets. Itching and scratching can make a pet miserable, the effects can be severe, and the cause may not be obvious. In previous podcasts we’…
 
Guest Veterinarians:- Kanwarjit Singh Boparai, Veterinarian, Tracy, CA - Dr. Elyse Kent, owner, Elite Cat Care, Marina Del Rey, CA One of the most common problems affecting pet owners is itching and scratching pets. Itching and scratching can make a pet miserable, the effects can be severe, and the cause may not be obvious. In previous podcasts we’…
 
Guest Veterinarians:- Kanwarjit Singh Boparai, Veterinarian, Tracy, CA - Dr. Elyse Kent, owner, Elite Cat Care, Marina Del Rey, CA One of the most common problems affecting pet owners is itching and scratching pets. Itching and scratching can make a pet miserable, the effects can be severe, and the cause may not be obvious. In previous podcasts we’…
 
Guest Veterinarians:- Kanwarjit Singh Boparai, Veterinarian, Tracy, CA - Dr. Elyse Kent, owner, Elite Cat Care, Marina Del Rey, CA One of the most common problems affecting pet owners is itching and scratching pets. Itching and scratching can make a pet miserable, the effects can be severe, and the cause may not be obvious. In previous podcasts we’…
 
Guest Veterinarians:Dr. Gabriella Varcoe, certified Canine Rehabilitation Practitioner and Veterinary Acupuncturist, Azusa, CADr. David Reed, owner, Reed Animal Hospital, Campbell, CAOne of the most common problems affecting pet owners is the irritating infestation of ticks, mites, fleas and other external parasites. Warm weather, long afternoons o…
 
Guest Veterinarians:Dr. Gabriella Varcoe, certified Canine Rehabilitation Practitioner and Veterinary Acupuncturist, Azusa, CADr. David Reed, owner, Reed Animal Hospital, Campbell, CAOne of the most common problems affecting pet owners is the irritating infestation of ticks, mites, fleas and other external parasites. Warm weather, long afternoons o…
 
Guest Veterinarians:Dr. Gabriella Varcoe, certified Canine Rehabilitation Practitioner and Veterinary Acupuncturist, Azusa, CADr. David Reed, owner, Reed Animal Hospital, Campbell, CAOne of the most common problems affecting pet owners is the irritating infestation of ticks, mites, fleas and other external parasites. Warm weather, long afternoons o…
 
Guest Veterinarians:Dr. Gabriella Varcoe, certified Canine Rehabilitation Practitioner and Veterinary Acupuncturist, Azusa, CADr. David Reed, owner, Reed Animal Hospital, Campbell, CAOne of the most common problems affecting pet owners is the irritating infestation of ticks, mites, fleas and other external parasites. Warm weather, long afternoons o…
 
Guest Veterinarians:Dr. Gabriella Varcoe, certified Canine Rehabilitation Practitioner and Veterinary Acupuncturist, Azusa, CADr. David Reed, owner, Reed Animal Hospital, Campbell, CAOne of the most common problems affecting pet owners is the irritating infestation of ticks, mites, fleas and other external parasites. Warm weather, long afternoons o…
 
When your pets' behavior threatens to destroy your house--and your relationship--Who you gonna call? Dr. Marty Becker, America's Veterinarian answers that question, and has joined the Behavior Tour, sponsored by Ceva Animal Health and American College of Veterinary Behaviorists. The tour travels across the country helping pet owners understand some…
 
Service dogs offer aid and comfort to thousands of people around the world. And a service dog's duties encompass all sorts of work. They guide vision impaired partners or sniff out bombs, find lost people or rescuing individuals from disaster--and of course offer emotional support and nonjudgmental love along the way. Caring for their health can be…
 
There's no doubt that dogs bring smiles to our faces with happy wags. Some of these canine nurses could be furry angels when they become therapy dogs that visit with people in need of healing face licks and snuggles. But exactly what is a therapy dog and how are they trained? Can you and your dog become a therapy team? Learn all about the ANGEL ON …
 
Your old cat needs medicine for hyperthyroidism. The puppy burned his mouth chewing something "wrong." A veterinarian diagnoses and prescribes the best treatment for your fur-kids, parrots and other exotics--but what if your animal companion refuses to cooperate? How do you get that Rx down those snapping jaws? It becomes even more of a challenge w…
 
You can find self-proclaimed experts all over the Internet, so it's refreshing to find a pair of debut authors who actually have the credentials for their topic. Join Pet Peeves today to learn how the book Cat Calls came about from co-authors Susan Logan (editor of Cat Fancy Magazine) and famous New York cat sitter and CatChannel.com columnist Jean…
 
I hate mosquitoes not only because they’re itchy aggravation, but these nasty vampires spread deadly heartworm disease. Heartworms are found all over the world, affect wildlife, dogs and cats. While it’s easy to prevent the disease there are concerns that some populations of heartworms have become resistant to the medication we give our pets. And t…
 
Camilla Gray-Nelson trains women to train their dogs--and yes, it's a bit different than the male viewpoint. If you're a lady with a pet dog and at the end of your leash with Fido's antics, you'll want to learn the tips in this show. Camilla has been training dogs and solving problems for more than 20 years and today runs Dairydell Canine Center in…
 
In our modern society where perfect bodies and youthful looks rule the media, it may be politically correct to "make allowances" for other-abled humans. But in the world of pets, where so many need homes, would you adopt a disabled animal? What would you do if the perfect pet turned out less than ideal? How do you decide when and where to draw the …
 
It’s called natural, holistic, complementary, and integrative-- bottom line, veterinary medicine has gone back to the past to treat and cure pets. What exactly is holistic healing? The natural vet, Dr. Shawn Messonnier, explains the concept and why he decided to expand his practice to include holistic treatments. In this show, learn how natural med…
 
Alley Cat Rescue (ACR) sponsors the 2nd Annual "Free Feral Cat Spay Day" on April 27, 2011. But just what is a "feral cat" and why should you care? Feral cats are born and raised without human contact, and live life on the wild side. You might call them yowling nuisances when they potty in your garden or drive indoor cats crazy-- but they’re simply…
 
Today the pet products industry appears to be one of those "bullet proof" endeavors even in the wake of economic downturn. That’s wonderful for the companies, of course. And a number of the big guys fund high-profile animal foundations -- Pet Peeves featured Morris Animal Foundation and Winn Feline Foundation to name two worthy organizations. But s…
 
About 4 million cats pass through United States shelters annually, and most never make it out alive. A top killer of cats in shelters might surprise you - it’s kitty colds! What can we do to stop this horrible situation? Join my guest Dr. Kate Hurley, director of the Koret Shelter Medicine Program at the University of California - Davis. She reveal…
 
Losing a beloved pet devastates owners, yet we don't always get the support we need, or know where to turn for help. Dr. Diane Pomerance is a certified Grief Recovery Specialist who serves as director of the Pet Grief counseling Program for the SPCA of Texas. She is also active in pet rescue--pets who have lost loves of another kind--and has writte…
 
Service dogs have become a very public and vital part of our society. But there’s another area that doesn’t get quite as much hand-waving. Animal Assisted Therapy (AAT) includes companion animals as a part of the patient’s therapy in a treatment plan designed by a health care professional. For instance, a child might be more willing to toss a ball …
 
Today's guest, P.A. Woodburn, share the making of her mystery book CRIES IN THE DARK on today's show. It incorporates the world of animal research, and the "what if" of communicating with animals. As an animal lover who at one time worked for Green Peace, she brings an insider's perspective to this work of fiction, a thrilling story that's a perfec…
 
Millions of homeless animals end up in shelters every year. Half of the pets that go into shelters die there, because time runs out before they can be adopted. How can caring pet lovers stem the furry tide? Janice Brown, Founder of Tails Magazine, has started a letter-writing campaign called "Letters for Pets," urging President Obama to declare Apr…
 
November is Adopt-A-Senior-Pet Month. Older dogs and cats offer many benefits as pets, compared to youngsters. It’s time that mature pets get the respect and attention they deserve! This show offers sneak peeks into updated and revised award-winning books Complete Care for Your Aging Cat and Complete Care for Your Aging Dog. You’ll hear some of the…
 
There’s a reason such events are called a disaster -- but that word falls short when it comes to Katrina. The animal victims haunt pet lovers, especially those personally touched by the tragedy who did everything right -- and still lost so much. Karen O’Toole lived through the devastation, and was on the front lines as a rescuer and witness. She ch…
 
The old adage "you are what you eat" applies to dogs just as it does people. And today, pet owners need a crystal ball to sift through the choices on the grocery aisle. Even if you home cook or raw feed, there are pitfalls that could leave your dog in trouble. Steve Brown offers answers for owners who home prepare food-- or buy it in the bag-- in h…
 
Not all trainers believe in cookie power and clickers--they consider it lax or ineffective. But punishment-based training of some high-profile celebrity trainers is labeled unscientific and ineffective by others. Who’s right? Is there room for both? Would you shock your dog to get him to behave? Stephanie Smith, PhD has something to say on the matt…
 
Researchers have made amazing strides in specialized areas of veterinary medicine. These treatments can greatly improve a sick animal’s quality of life, and often cure or at least add months to years to the time the pet and owner can share together. Today’s guest explains all the details about veterinary specialties. Dr. Nancy Kay is a board certif…
 
We’ve a bumper crop of kittens every year, with up to 4 million cats a year enter shelters. It hurts my heart to think of all the loving, needy felines that lose their homes--and their lives--every year. And it doesn’t have to happen! The American Humane designates June as the prime time for cat and kitten adoptions. But you don’t have to wait for …
 
A week doesn’t go by that I don’t read a cat story in the local or national news. It’s great we have news coverage of controversial feline issues such as declawing bans, cat collectors, mandatory spay/neuter, as well as the warm-and-fuzzy coverage. But it hisses me off when the writers don’t know a Tonkinese from a Tabby. My expert guest, Sue Ewing…
 
It's a national tragedy that a special month promoting cat adoptions is necessary. Felines get the short end of the adoption stick because of cat myth-perceptions. We’ll dispel some of those myths and offer listeners terrific free resources designed for cat owners, veterinarians and shelters. Dr. Patricia Olson of Morris Animal Foundation and the H…
 
Missing the litter box sends many cats to the shelter when owners can’t stand living with the mess. And while some cats do the dirty deed because of medical issues, there can be problems diagnosis-- or treating-- the problem even once it’s identified. I attended Dr. Jacqueline C. Neilson’s lecture at the Western Veterinary Conference on dealing wit…
 
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