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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
This is an incredible story! When dog training and behavior expert Julie Forbes was waiting for a friend to finish a work phone call before they went out to dinner, she spotted three Shih-tzus walking up the street. She asked to say hi to the dogs, noticed one was not well, and the events that took place after that saved this little dog's life. On today's show, that little dog's owner and Dr. Donna Kelleher, the brilliant holistic veterinarian who saved her life. "Picabo" was given months to live by specialists... several months later she is fully recovered! Don't underestimate an animal's ability to heal! Tune in for this wonderful and important story. Don't settle for a terminal diagnosis if you haven't tried holistic medicine. Sometimes miracles happen. www.wholepetvet.com
Guest: Dicki L. Kennedy, DVM, CCRP, CVA, CVPP, CCMT and certified in Animal Chiropractic.
Founder and President of ARCC: Animal Rehab & Conditioning Center in Greenville, South Carolina. www.animalrehabgreenville.com
Dr. Kennedy is a renowned veterinarian who is making the world a more pain-free place for pets as founder of Animal Rehab & Conditioning Center, a state of the art facility that emphasizes conditioning and pain management through life style changes.
She has worked with hundreds of pets in her career focusing on alleviating pain and allowing our pets to live longer, happier and healthier lives. Dr. Kennedy has helped pets with surgical, medical, and genetic problems along with helping competitive canine athletes return to their sport and achieve their long term goals.
Dr. Kennedy even has her own senior Tripawd kitty, and truly understands the needs of our three-legged heroes. Recently she has worked with Tripawds member Domino, which is documented in the Tripawds Downloads blog.
In this episode of Tripawd Talk Radio, we'll ask Dr. Kennedy her tips for Tripawds including:
Do dogs or cats make better Tripawds? Why?
When it comes to the long-term health of any Tripawd, what are some mobility issues to consider?
What are some recommended pain management steps to ask your vet to take both before and immediately after amputation surgery?
When is a good time to get started with rehab therapy? How can we find a qualified practitioner / center?
What's the best kind of exercise our Tripawd can get at home?
Call in to ask Dr. Kennedy about Rehab Therapy for Tripawds, or join us in the Tripawds Live Chat during the show!
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.
This week on Mom Talk Radio, Louanne Roark of the Look Good Feel Better foundation shares how the organization helps women undergoing cancer treatment transform. Spotlight on Moms features Kathy Kelly of SpecialMouse.com. Retired Pharmacist, David Foreman, shares how travel impacts your health. Family expert, Notoya Green shares tips on how to teach your kids to be thankful. Dr. Bernadine Cruz, associate veterinarian, shares how ways to keep your furry companions healthy.
Dr. Ann Ferens, DVM of Visiting Vet joins Dr. O today to talk veternarian house calls.
Episode Featuring Dr. Karen R. Muñana, Professor of Neurology, veterinarian, and author of over 70 works on veterinary neurology; and Julie Ann Nettifee Osborne. a Licensed Veterinarian Technician with Neurology specialty, and author; both from the North Carolina State University College of Veterinary Medicine.
November is canine cancer awareness month and on the November 2nd edition of Tripawd Talk Radio you'll learn how advances in comparative oncology research is uncovering new ways to diagnosis, treat and ultimately cure cancers in both people and pets.
This fascinating discussion will be led by veterinary onocologist Dr. Avenelle Turner, DVM Diplomate ACVIM (Oncology) from the Veterinary Cancer Center in Southern California (http://vetcancergroup.com/about-us/our-doctors.html) and Dr. Kristy Richards, MD, PhD at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill Department of Genetics (http://www.med.unc.edu/genetics/faculty/Kristy%20Richards,%20MD,%20PhD).
Drs. Turner and Richards will discuss how cancer in animals mimics the same disease in people and you'll learn how cancer similarities between humans and dogs are identified and lead to new treatments for both species. For example, over 30 years ago bone marrow transplants were first developed for dogs, then subsequently done in people with lymphoma.
As comparative oncology research awareness grows and more study collaborations occur between academic researchers and pharmaceutical companies, more treatments will be found for pets and people alike.
For more information about comparative oncology research, please visit:
National Cancer Institute Center for Cancer Research: Comparative Oncology Program
Puppy Up / 2 Million Dogs
Topic: Probiotics, Halloween and Staying Active
No subject is off limits on this installment of Radio Pet Vet. Dr. Randy makes sure the word gets out regarding a groundbreaking new study involving probiotics at the University of Arizona. Pauly B., expert dog trainer, weighs in on dressing your pets up for Halloween, as well as pet “body modification” in general. Other discussion topics include: The importance of staying active with your pets, what to do with pets that eat anything and everything, as well as the importance of choosing the right post surgical collar. Listeners also call in with their opinions regarding a bond affecting shelter funding in the upcoming elections. As always, Dr. Randy and Paul B. field a wide variety of subjects from their listeners, you can leave a message for them ANYTIME at 888-520-7297(PAWS).
www.drrandypetvet.com, Dr. Randy Aronson
www.centralpetaz.com, Paul Blaushild, Behavioral Trainer
Green Cawood, Producer and Blogger
Dr. Randy's team applies therapies that include:
Acupuncture, E-stim, Laser therapy, Pulsed Signal Magnetic Therapy
Nutritional Counseling Food Therapy, Vitamins, Supplements,
Rehabilitation physical therapy medicine and Traditional Chinese medicine
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