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  • 00:59

    World Renowned Veterinarian Dr. Michael Fox - Pet Food and Nutrition

    in Pets

    Julie Forbes welcomes Dr. Michael Fox back on to show today. Dr. Fox has authored over 40 books and is the former VP of the Humane Society of the United States and the Humane Society International. One of Dr. Fox's books "Not Fit for a Dog - The truth about manufactured dog and cat food" illuminates many aspects of the pet food industry that are important for pet owners to know about. One of those aspects is the relationship between veterinary schools and prescription diet companies. Why do most vets recommend we feed foods that have such low quality ingredients? Answer to this question and much more on today's episode of The Dog Show with Julie Forbes. Visit www.dogradioshow.com for all of our almost 350 episodes.

  • 01:00

    Holistic Pet Care with Dr. O - Veterinarian

    in Women

    Veterinarian, Dr. Caroline O'Sullivan brings you holistic pet care information, resources and fun stories.

    Join her weekly on Sylviaglobal.com and here.

    9:00-10:00 PST.  Call in with your questions.

  • 01:05

    Zach Skow, Marley’s Mutts: Amazing Dog (& Human!) Rescue

    in Self Help

    As a psychotherapist, I have often advised people who are depressed or otherwise upset in their life to do “Selfless Service.” “Selfless Service” involves doing for others, without concern for what we might get out of it. Zach Skow set about doing for others—dogs who have been deserted, maimed, tortured, lost or otherwise traumatized. He did think he’d help himself get past his own debilitating issues in life by doing this work, yet it’s likely he never realized just <em>what</em> his efforts would actually become! He started Marley’s Mutts….and the rest is history. He’s so busy we’re lucky to have him take time to be on Full Power Living.

    As an 18 year old, my daughter, Liz, was driving on the freeway near Maybelle, Colorado many years ago. She saw something moving on the side of the highway, and stopped to investigate. In a cloth sack were two young puppies, one dead and one alive. It was clear someone had tied them in the sack and then tossed it from a moving vehicle, hoping to kill them both. Liz drove to a veterinarian in the next town, had the surviving pup examined, and brought home the sweetest, most amazing dog. Maybelle lived with Liz and our family for many years. She even became a “college dog,” teaching Rhetoric and Communication classes with Liz at UC Davis in California. If you’ve ever wished “someone” would help unwanted and hurt dogs, look no further. Listen to his incredible story! Discover “Marley’s Mutts” with me this week. Click here to visit Zach Skow's website, Marley's Mutts!

  • 00:31

    Vet Visits: How Often is Enough?

    in Pets

    Perhaps you are a new pet parent, or maybe you're a "seasoned" pet parent who just isn't sure about the following question:  Just how often are you supposed to take your animal to the vet?  Is it only when they're sick or hurt?  Is it only for vaccinations?  And does the number of times differ if the animal is a baby vs an older pet?  In this episode, hosts J and D set out to answer the following questions so you can be well informed when it comes to keeping your pets happy and healthy.  Join us September 12, 2015 at 5pm Central on The Missy Show.

  • 00:01

    "Canine Nutrigenomics" with Dr. Jean Dodds.

    in Pets

    Learn about "Canine Nutrigenomics" with it's co-author Dr. Jean Dodds. We'll explain what a "genome" and "epigenome" are and how our epigenome communicates with our genes and tells them how to behave.

    The epigenome influences the destiny of cells in many ways, and is highly sensitive to environmental factors like what kind of food we put into our bodies. What this means is: what we eat impacts the expression of our genes- even to the point that it determines whether cells will be healthy or diseased!

    We'll talk all about this topic in today's interview with Dr. Jean Dodds on The Dog Show with Julie Forbes. www.dogradioshow.com

    Find Dr. Dodds online at www.hemopet.org

  • Marketing Your Veterinary Practice

    in Marketing

    If pets could voice their preference, they’d ask their owners to bring them to you. You have the right touch, you treat them right and you make them feel better. They’ve made new friends in your office. They loathe other veterinarians, but they love you, because you know what you’re doing.

    Unfortunately for you, pets can’t tell this to their owners. Fortunately, we can. We understand the specific challenges of a veterinarian business – no matter how satisfied your customers are, they’re not the ones paying the bill, and they’re not the ones referring you to other potential clients. Therefore, we have to give them a voice.

    We’ll focus on attracting new clients; customer retention is then up to you and the exceptional service you provide. The golden rule in such cases is making sure we reach the right people – pet owners who live or work close by. Geographic proximity is a must, when a dog has just eaten four chocolate bars, nobody has time to drive across town, even if this would take them to the best and cheapest vet in the world. Speed is of the essence in emergency cases. Therefore, when the situation arises, you want your contact details to pop up as soon as the potential client looks up veterinarian services. You want the presentation video to be short and to the point, and to answer all their questions.

    Many marketers make the classic mistake of falling into the trap of cute web content. Most viral videos feature animals, and now there’s finally a business that’s actually related to animals – an online marketer’s dream come true. Let’s cram as many puppies and kittens in a video and call it advertising! We know better. We’re not here to provide entertainment on YouTube. We are here to put you and your business at the top of the list and to be the #1 veterinarian in the area.

  • 00:30

    Political animals--history--public corruption-Domestic terrorism-Bicycle agenda-

    in Current Events

    POLITICAL ANIMALS;Part 2  Presidential Candidates ethnicity--Bobbi Jindal-Indian(Asian)-John Kasich Czech-Croation-Rand Paul--Predominate ethnicity


    Democratic Presidential Candidates their ethnicity--Irish-nglish-German

    ***re the Republican Candidates for President the most ethnicly and cultural diverse as compared with the Democratic candidates for President?

    August 5th Births-Deaths & events relevant to US(a)Richard Burton died at age 58--historical audio extract

    Atomic Bomb dropped on Hiroshima---audio extract---CARSON-VERZOLA Historical Archives  Japanese Veterinarian

    Public Policy Questions:Is it Time for a National Public Advocate? Ombundsman?



  • 00:32

    Holistic Nutrition for Pet Cancer and Immune System Disease

    in Pets

    Learn about holistic remedies to fight pet cancer and other immune system diseases with Dr. Judy Morgan, DVM, Sunday August 16, 6pm EDT / 3pm PTD.

    Dr. Judy Morgan is an acclaimed holistic veterinarian from New Jersey and the author of the popular guidebook "From Needles to Natural: Learning Holistic Pet Healing" as well as the home cooking for dogs and cats handbook, "What’s For Dinner, Dexter?: Cooking For Your Dog Using Chinese Medicine Theory."

    For this episode of Tripawd Talk Radio we will discuss:

    approaches to helping pets cope with cancer and immune system diseases through a modified diet and supplement support
    ways that we can ensure our pets immune systems remain strong while fighting cancer
    Chinese Medicine theory and how it keeps pets healthy using fresh, wholesome food ingredients

    More about Dr. Morgan: Dr. Morgan became one of America’s earliest adopters of natural medicine for cats and dogs after making the switch from solely providing Western veterinary medicine to her patients, to becoming an evangelist for holistic care for cats and dogs.

    Among her credentials, Dr. Morgan is certified to provide veterinary chiropractic care, acupuncture and food therapy and she is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association, Southern New Jersey Veterinary Medical Association, American Academy of Veterinary Acupuncture, International Veterinary Acupuncture Society, Botanical Veterinary Medical Association, and American Holistic Veterinary Medical Association.


  • 00:59

    Beyond Animal Speak-Kathy Evans-Veterinarian Acupuncturist & Chinese Herbalist

    in Pets

    Join your host Wendy Van de Poll, Animal Guidance Communicator and Intuitive Life Path Coach and her guest Holistic Veterinarian, Dr. Kathy Evans!

    Dr. Kathy Evans has been practicing Veterinarian medicine since 1992. She began her career in mainstream vet medicine but quickly changed her focus in 1993 when she began her acupuncture training, hoping to provide an answer for a particular client and many other patients that were not well served by pharmaceutical drugs or surgery!

    Over the years her practice has grown tremdously and she has helped many live a better and more comfortable life without drugs! 

    Kathy is an amazing practitioner, healer and an expert when it comes to treating our companions with acupuncture and Chinese Herbs. She loves her work and shares her excitement and enthusiasm for the growth of holistic medicine for both pets and people.

    Come and join Wendy on March 18, 2014 at 6pm EST where Dr. Evans will share her knowledge and stories of a practicing Holistic Veterinarian!


    Calls will be taken at the end of the show -  (310) 982-4121

    How to Contact Dr. Kathy Evans, The Holistic Vet Center






  • 00:47

    HGRD Talk Radio with Dr. Rai Kaur, Veterinarian

    in Spirituality

    Do you LOVE your dog/cat/horse/fish/turtle??  Listen and call in!  Dr. Rai Kaur, Doctor of Veterinary Medicine for over 30 years and owner/manager of the Fountain City Animal Clinic in Knoxville TN

  • 00:20

    From Vet to Veterinarian

    in Military

    As part of our Veterans Forum Series, I will be joined by Dr. Cathy Alinovi.  Cathy, who is an 8-year veteran of the United States Air Force, became a veterinarian following the completion of her military service.  We will be discussing her transition from being a veteran to becoming a veterinarian.