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!
I am trying to spread the word about stopping the dog flu before it impacts more dogs. Find out what we said on this TV interview.
Is kibble diet nutritious? Should I give my dog probiotics? What human foods are safe for dogs? Can I cook my own dog food? What about raw diets? We talk to the super qualified Dr. Joe Bartges, a board certified veterinary nutritionist and internist to see what he thinks.
Find out these answers and more. Click the link and listen for free!
Many of you know that I love to be a part of the iheartdogs family. I love my coffee too and now I can have my cup and help a pup!
Iheartdogs has coffee for a cause and mine will be here this week! I will let you know what I think. Here is the link (https://iheartdogs.com/coffee/), in case you want to check it out for yourself.
****update! It’s here.
Tortured puppy and tortured students. I say unacceptable.
What do you think?
HOSPICE FOR DOGS – THEY JUST DON’T LIVE LONG ENOUGH!
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Every dog owner knows that one day they will have to say goodbye to their beloved friend, but the most important part is knowing when there are still thinhttp://www.podtunecast.com/force-download.php?file=GoneToTheDogs_001_CherieBuisson.mp3gs that can be done to make life good for them. Pet hospice is palliative care for the dying and is fairly new on the scene. It can make a difference for pets and their families. Dr. Cherie Buisson from Helping Hands Pet Hospice is our guest and she shares with us tips to help you know when your pet needs care. She talks about what to expect and what to watch for as you manage aging and ill pets.
It is important that pet owners know how to keep their friends feeling good, no matter what the issues are. You might not realize that your cat/dog could be suffering until you hear what Dr. Buisson has to say! We all know that living well and living long are both paramount. Dr. Buisson can put your mind at ease about dealing with chronic disease. Euthanasia can be a valid option and your veterinarian is a partner in deciding how your pet’s quality of life can be restored and maintained. Do not feel alone. All as animal lovers, we understand your fear and concern and as caregivers, we want to teach you what to expect and how to help. Listen FREE. Click below.
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