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Join us as we talk about the Challenges of Saving the Lives of Rescues
Todays Featured Rescue:
Unconditional Love Pet Rescue out of Eureka Springs, AR.
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Robert Porter is the physical rehabilitation treatment supervisor at MedVet Mandeville and has been on staff since 2006.
Robby has worked in canine rehabilitation since 1998 and is looked at by his peers as one of the pioneers in his field. He has a strong knowledge base in kinesiology and a great interest in positive training approaches to therapeutic exercises. His MedVet patients from the gulf coast region not only benefit from his exercises but also love to perform them for him.
Robby has studied gait analysis using slow motion cameras which has helped develop many exercises used all over the world today. His many self-produced “How To” canine exercise videos help spread this knowledge and have helped others develop their skills as therapists.
Robby Porter is also one of MedVet’s Media Managers, writing as well as creating visual content for our social media.
Just like humans, pets may need rehabilitation after an accident or medical procedure, or to help manage a chronic condition.
MedVet Rehabilitation practitioners provide effective and personalized physical rehabilitation using state-of-the-art equipment and techniques to maximize the opportunity for full recovery. MedVet Rehabilitation Practitioners have completed advanced training in veterinary physical rehabilitation.
Many pets respond well to rehabilitation, including those with orthopedic, neurologic and medical conditions. We also use rehabilitation to help pets live a more complete and active life by providing geriatric support, obesity management and athletic conditioning.
Hot Dogs, baseball, family vacays in the minivan packed to the hilt all synonyous with summer... but what you don't want is a too Hot Dawg left in your car... or leaving your furry canine family member in just anybody's care.
Joining Tamara Leigh's TREND ON with Heidi Feemster to share Puppy TLC is Diana Whealon, owner ofComplete Canine Care Center of Shawano, WI. Diana Whealon has over 30 years in the Dawg Business from breeding and boarding to the dog show circuits and training classes for owners and puppies. Whether Doggy Day Care, longer term boarding, or tips on making sure that if Rover does come along for the ride, he's not subject to heat stroke or dehydration in summer's heat -- Diana & her Canine Care expertise has it covered. She also provides useful info on Puppy Training 101 with quick tips on "new baby/puppy" in the house, best ages for teaching and breaking bad habits and knowing your breeds before you buy. http://www.completecaninecarecenter.com/ccccsite/index.html
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In promotion of this year's SPARCS Conference we're running our interview with Monique Udell, Ph.D. who presented at last year's conference. Such an interesting conversation about dog behavior. Visit www.sparcsinitiative.org for details about this year's conference which is in Phoenix, AZ June 19-21.
If you can't attend in-person, you can watch it for free streaming live from the website! www.sparcsinitiative.org
Welcome to our pilot show, the first in many to come.
Hear our stories of success, our struggles and our future plans.
Together with Sinista and Worldwide Canine Crusade, we can change the laws, opinions and dog's lives!
Join us for facts, information, and alot of amusing chat.
The Worldwide Canine Crusade accepts no responsibility for the content of this show which is likely to contain language of an adult nature.
Likewise, the Worldwide Canine Crusade does not endorse or necesarily agree with any opinions, views or comments made by the host or any guests/callers to this show.
Within this episode we will be speaking with special guest, Richard Vickers, to learn about canine containment. Richard will discuss the various containment options out their for you to decide what is best for you and your animals, how much they cost, and materials to use. He’ll answer questions such as: Can I crate train my wolfdog, and how do I do so? - My animal is an escape artist! How can I ensure he/she doesn’t break out of their crate/enclosure? - Do containment needs vary based on dog breed and wolf content? - What do I need to consider before building containment? Are their laws and guidelines I must comply with? Where can I learn about these requirements? - And many more!
Nancy Boman, Chair of the Epilepsy Subcommittee of the Saint Bernard Club of America joins Julie Forbes today for a conversation about canine epilepsy. Nancy's Saint Bernard died from epilepsy recently and her experience has inspired her to work to educate in an effort to prevent the spread of this genetic trait.
Julie Forbes also went to the University of Washington campus last week with some therapy dogs to provide some stress-relief to college students studying for finals. Hear about her experience on today's show.
Find all of our shows and favorite dog videos archived on our website: www.dogradioshow.com
On this episode of Wolfdog Radio: Your Voice, Your Time we'll be talking with Lynn Andrade, Tammy Wald, and Richard Vickers about training wolves and wolfdogs off-lead. They will share their techniques, experiences, and tribulations while working with these animals.
Off-lead work is not for all animals, nor is it for all owners. It is our job as responsible pet owners to protect our animals and use the utmost caution. There are certain steps you can take to safety initiate this type of training but it is essential we take the proper precautions to ensure we are not putting our beloved animals at risk. "No matter how well you have trained your animal, there are always elements that are beyond your control."
As the final episode promoting this year's annual SPARCS conference on dog behavior, host and dog training and behavior expert Julie Forbes talks with Dr. Jim Ha about lots of interesting things related to dog behavior.
Did you know that different breeds communicate in different ways and that there is a genetic basis in understanding why a malamute and a poodle may not be able to get along?
For details about this year's SPARCS conference, visit www.sparcsinitiative.org. Starts Friday June 19th and you can watch/listen streaming live for free!
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