Would you know if your cat was in an emergency situation? On this episode, Dr. Chris Byers, CriticalCareDVM, tells us the most common reasons he sees cats and how cat lovers can tell when it is time to go to the animal ER. Check it out for FREE by clicking the link below.
We think of orthopedic injuries and disorders more for animal athletes, like racehorses or even dogs, but cats have their own issues. Cat lovers need to be aware. In this episode, we talk with Dr. David Dycus, DVM, MS, DACVS-SA. Dr. Dycus is a practicing orthopedic surgeon for small animals and he cares for lots of cats. Listen as we find out how to see the subtle signs of orthopedic issues for cats and when to call the vet. Cat lovers will not want to miss this one so they can BONE up on cat orthopedics!
Each person has a role and if you don’t know who they are and what their credentials are, how can you know what is best for your pet? Listen for FREE by clicking the link below!
Want to learn the truth about vaccination and infectious disease? The free Pet Parents’ Guide to Infectious Disease is a free digital download. My co-author, Courtney Campbell, DVM and I talk about the book and some things all dog lovers should know!
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A cat only has two eyes and they depend on them completely to give them information about their world. Although cats can survive blind and flourish, we want to save their eyes if we can.
On this episode of Nine Lives with Dr. Kat, we talk with veterinary ophthalmologist, Dr. Bill Miller to find out what is an emergency and what justifies a call to the vet.
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Have your heard of CBD? It’s an extract from cannabis plants, but has promise for the treatment of common disorders in animals and people. Find out the facts when Liz Hughston, RVT and Stephen Cital, RVT take time out of their speaking, writing and practice schedules to teach us a thing or two! Click link to listen for Free! http://petliferadio.com/ninelivesep20.html
Join me and Dr. Jason Stull, an Assistant Professor at The Ohio State University, College of Veterinary Medicine and Adjunct Professor at The Atlantic Veterinary College in PEI, Canada. He holds a VMD from the University of Pennsylvania, Masters in Preventive Veterinary Medicine from the University of California at Davis, and PhD in veterinary infectious disease from the University of Guelph.
He is very qualified to share with us the inside track on if your dog needs all the vaccines and how you can choose what she does need. Click here http://www.petliferadio.com/gonetothedogsep4.html or the link below and get his expert opinion FREE!