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In this show – we will discuss Nutrition and Supplement regimens for the ailing pet. We will cover proper diet and supplements that will support your pet’s road to recovery from ailments such as: skin and coat problems, digestive disorders, chronic ear conditions, kidney issues and more!
Special guests this week!! Dr. Bob & Susan Goldstein!!
Dr. Robert Goldstein is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine. He has been a veterinarian for over thirty five years, and developed the Nutritional Blood Test (NBT) Analysis. Susan Goldstein is the co-author of “The Goldstein's Wellness & Longevity Program Book - Natural Care for Dogs and Cats”. Susan has extensive experience in Alternative Cancer Therapies, Diet, Emotional and Grief Therapy. She also enjoys lecturing on the subject of holistic health care and the "Ask Dr. Bob and Susan Goldstein Workshop”. These true visionaries of alternative medicine opened our eyes to the possibility of treating animals outside of conventional methods. As a result, these healers work formed the basis for theirs with animals.
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Join hosts Robert and Michele Forto as they bring you Dog Talk Radio live from 89.5 FM KVRF in Palmer, Alaska.
On this episode we talk about canine first aid and CPR, hiking with your dogs and more.
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Nowadays, it seems that there is far too much importance placed on SUPPLEMENTS and not nearly not emphasis on DIET AND TRAINING! On this week's show I will discuss the use of SUPPLEMENTS in bodybuilding, and I will reveal which supplements are actually effective and which ones are just a rip-off. We will also take some callers to discuss the recent death of Joe Weider, considered by many to be the father(good or bad) of Bodybuilding.
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We all want to have good health and feel vibrantly alive. In our quest for good health, we often take supplements and try to eat as nutritiously as possible. Is there a better way, however, to get the nutrients we need without resorting to supplements? Diane Brandon is joined this week by Guido Masé, a Clinical Herbalist, Herbal Educator, Co-Founder and Co-Director of the Vermont Center for Integrative Herbalism, as well as the author of The Wild Medicine Solution – Healing with Aromatic, Bitter, and Tonic Plants. Mr. Masé feels that we can optimize our health and get the nutrients we need in our own back yard. He’ll share with us this approach and how to do it.
Do you know the signs of dog abuse? What are you willing to do if you suspect i? Ruth Gordon, author of Catching Canine Abusers will talk with us about this and the history of dog fighting. Greyhound racing, puppy mills and landmark cases for each. Joining us later in the show is Paul Nathan, Dog Fashion Photographer
Dr. Kevin Passero and his special guest Catherine M. Foley will be discussing STRESS — natural supplements to support stress relief and help boost energy and focus... even without caffeine!
Catherine Foley has been working/studying and educating in the natural health industry for over 15 years. Her passion for science and respect for the human biological system inspired her toward a career in natural health. She also loves helping people and sharing what she has learned, being able to help translate that into dialogue that can be easily understood, and helping people to make more informed decisions. Catherine chose to work for Jarrow Formulas because of their commitment to science and truth in labeling.
Born on September 25, 1971, Lance Weir was raised in Walnut Ridge, Arkansas, on his grandparents’ 100 acre farm. From a young age, he played little league baseball. Before his senior year in high school, he began coaching little league. At Walnut Ridge High School, Lance was a three year letterman in football, basketball, track and tennis. After graduation, Lance joined the United States Marine Corps Reserves, where he completed Marine Combat Training and Military Police Training. Lance then worked for the Arkansas Department of Corrections as a Drill Instructor at the Boot Camp Program for first time offenders. On August 8, 1993 he suffered an accident which resulted in quadriplegia at the C5-6 level. After eight months of rehabilitation, he was finally able to go home. Lance was 21 years old.
It took Lance a while to come to terms with his accident. In the three years that followed, he was honorably discharged from the United States Marine Corps. Eventually, he realized he had no right to feel sorry for himself. Back in Arkansas, Lance got his AA from Black River Technical College, where he was Student Body President. He went on to get his BS in Psychology from Williams Baptist College. In 2005, Lance received the Arkansas Ability Award.
After receiving his first Assistance Dog, Satine from Canine Companions for Independence (CCI) in Oceanside, California, Lance was offered a job with CCI. Lance currently resides in Carlsbad, CA. with his second Assistance Dog Auggie. He's on CCI's Board of Directors and acts as CCI’s liaison to Camp Pendleton’s Wounded Warrior Battalion and Naval Medical Center, San Diego.
Join me, as we explore canine cancer protocols.
Regardless of whether you are living with the devastating news that your pet has cancer, or if you are just researching alternative treatment methods, the goal of Kelly Theil's book is to share her trials and discoveries with you.
This show is sponsored by: the International Holistic Practitioner Association~ Connecting Holistic Practitioners worldwide. Call to learn more today!
Disclaimer: Every dog owner’s experience is different, just as every dog and every case of cancer is different. You must decide, for you and your dog, what is the right plan of action. None of the advice or supplements discussed in this eBook are intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease
Don't miss us this Friday night at 7pm as we continue our discussion on food and supplements for the ailing pet. And, we will continue with our Q&A segment.
This week we will also preview an upcoming show on a very sensitive rescue topic - The No Kill Debate!!