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Dr. Roger discusses the increasingly commonly held perception of many pet owners that the costs of veterinary have been rapidly increasing in recent years, when compared to the rise of other general costs of living. Please e-mail comments to be addressed by Dr. Roger live on the air to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Steve Shaw, DVM, DACVIM (Oncology)
Northern California's Sage Centers for Veterinary Specialty and Emergency Care
Join Tripawd Talk Radio as Dr. Shaw helps us cover the basics of veterinary oncology for pets with cancer. We'll take away the mysteries surrounding oncology treatment and discuss important things like:
How do vet oncologists decide on chemotherapy treatments for their patients?
What if I have different chemotherapy treatments to choose from? How do I decide which one to use?
Does chemo hurt? Will my pet get sick? What happens if she/he does? Is there anything I can do to avoid that?
Is there any way to cut the costs of chemo?
Are there any foods or supplements to avoid during chemo? If so, why?
What's your take on holistic alternatives to chemotherapy?
What is the one thing that you wish pet parents would understand about chemo?"
All this and more on Sunday June 14, 2015! Please join us in the Tripawds Live Chat during the show or call in with your questions.
Valerie Murfin is a Licensed Veterinary Technician
Sallie O. Elkordy, Host of "Tha Mary and Sallie Show"
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Tonight, in honor of last week's Veterinary Technician Week, Dr. Roger showcases the veterinary technician, an integral member of the veterinary medical team. Similar to a human RN, veterinary technicians stand unique in their skill set necessarily enabling them to navigate through multiple areas of medicine at once, from internal medicine, surgery, and radiology, to dentistry and rebabilitation. Be sure to tune in to learn more about this very special branch of veterinary medicine.
We will be live, so feel free to call in questions or comments, as well as submit questions/comments by e-mail to: email@example.com. If you prefer to enjoy the show by video, please be advised that in addition to the podcast, we are nowtreaming live video at our blog at: http://webdvm.blogspot.com .
Johns Creek, GA – Our pets possess a strong willingness and desire to understand our needs and anticipate them. As a result, there is so much more the relationship with our pets can bring into our lives in terms of our personal development and sense of well being. When we foster a deeper bond with our pets, we open up a whole new dimension of emotional health and wellness, as well as create the opportunity for getting the behaviors that we want from our pets and from ourselves.
Dr. Corinna Murray is a Certified Professional Life and Leadership Coach and the founder of Veterinary Care Navigation and EnHABiT (Engaging the Human Animal Bond in Tandem). Dr. Murray brings 25 years of veterinary experience to her unique, groundbreaking coaching services dedicated to enhancing the quality of the bonds between pets and their owners.
“I’ve always been very connected with animals,” says Dr. Murray. “I practiced traditional veterinary medicine, but what I found most fulfilling was my ability to connect with people facing challenging decisions. I was able to listen to them and help them come to the right decision for them.”
With Veterinary Care Navigation, Dr. Murray helps clients manage the difficult emotional decisions related to their pets. With EnHABiT, Dr. Murray teaches her clients how to use the bond with their pets to better manage their stress and accelerate their personal development while getting the behaviors and emotional satisfaction that they want from both themselves and their pets.
“People are amazed to learn that the behaviors that they want to change in their pets really starts with themselves," says Dr. Murray. "When you can better manage your energies, you will see the behavioral change in your pet and that change will spark change in you. Once you see it, you can’t deny it."
Most pet parents are opting to make their own pet food because of the issues with pet food recalls and incorporation of euthanized animals in the pet foods available on the market. However, making your own pet food is not that easy. There are certain foods you cannot feed your pets and making your own food doesn't always guarantee that your pet will eat it. In addition, meals must be nutritionally balanced which is often a huge problem for many pet parents, especially if they are not given proper guidance. Susan Thixton, Founder of TruthAboutPetFood.com, a world renowned authority on pet food has created a cookbook along with Dr. Cathy Alinovi, Doctor of Veterinary Medicine. The best-selling book, Dinner PAWsible, has been a huge success by pet parents around the globe. In this segment of The Organic View Radio Show, host, June Stoyer talks to Susan Thixton and Dr.Cathy Alinovi about how you can make your own balanced and nutritious pet food. Today's show is brought to you by Eden Foods the most trusted name in certified organic clean food! Shop online at EdenFoods.com and enter the coupon code “ORGVIEW” when prompted during checkout to receive 20% OFF any regularly priced items (excluding cases). For other promotional offers, please visit TheOrganicView.com’s website.
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If you've ever wondered what is really going on with your pet join us when Dr. Constance DiNatale DVM, will share amazing knowledge and insight into how to really understand your pet and how what they need may not be so difficult to understand. If you own a pet, planning to own a pet or are just wondering how people and pets are similar... TUNE IN!! www.blogtalkradio.com/thewholescoop.
Dr. DiNatale is a professor at the Chi Institute in Reddick, Florida, teaching acupuncture and traditional Chinese medicine to veterinarians. A much sought after speaker, Dr. DiNatale lectures around the country and internationally at veterinary conferences on acupuncture, herbs and food therapy. Constance DiNatale, DVM, Owner, Veterinary Acupuncture, Winter Park Florida Dr. DiNatale, lectures around the world to professional colleagues in the areas of TCM, Holistic Pet Health and Food Therapy and is considered "the" expert in these areas.
Her focus is on the "Whole" animal.
Join us as this night promises to be a real eye opener!
About Pet Therapy
A hand reaches out, a wagging tail approaches, and an elderly face breaks into a smile. It's a scene that's increasingly common in the Helena Valley, thanks to volunteers from the Helena Chapter of Intermountain Therapy Animals. Activity directors and health care professionals report that visiting pets reach nursing home residents, hospital patients, retirement home residents and adult day care participants in ways that other therapeutic activities can't.
The contact may be brief, but it brightens the entire day or week, especially for those who have had pets in the past. In some cases, an animal's visit is transforming. Shy, withdrawn, or depressed people find themselves in animated conversation, angry people relax, and those with memory lapses share detailed recollections of pets they lived with years before. Visiting pets have reached autistic children, stroke victims, Alzheimer's patients, and other "unreachables." Even when nothing dramatic happens, pet visits are important changes of pace for facility residents, bringing excitement, affection, comfort, physical contact and joy.
In addition, to providing companionship (called Animal Assisted Activity), visiting pets sometimes participate in a facility's therapy program. In Animal Assisted Therapy, a dog might stand while a patient brushes him order to exercise specific arm muscles, or a cat might visit a depressed patient to encourage conversation, or someone in speech therapy might give commands to a dog that does tricks or retrieves objects. Anyone who loves animals is likely to work harder and feel more motivated when one is part of the therapy team.
Mandy Eppley will be interviewing passionate animal advocate, educator and author, Dr. Linda Bender. You can look forward to hearing many amazing stories of Linda's service in pursuit of justice for the animal kingdom that are inspiring and world-changing.
Dr. Linda Bender’s love of the natural world began in her childhood backyard. Her innate rapport with animals inspired her to earn a doctorate in veterinary medicine.
During the 14 years she spent living in England, Asia, Africa, and the Middle East, Linda’s veterinary work included the rescue, rehabilitation, and protection of wildlife, often in remote areas. Working with zoos in Southeast Asia, she treated animals rescued from the wildlife trafficking trade and helped reintroduce them back into their natural habitats. Working in the field with rarely encountered wildlife, she helped to develop treatment protocols.
In both Asia and Africa she worked with local communities promoting anti-poaching initiatives and educational programs. Sharing stories of her deep connection to animals helped school children understand, respect and protect both wildlife and domestic animals.
Her interest in the healing arts led her to open the Mind the Gap Wellness Center in Cincinnati and she also started one of the first pet therapy programs through the Ohio Mental Health Association. She is also co-founder of the nonprofit organization, From The Heart, whose proceeds are funneled to various animal charities that directly benefit animals and their habitats.
Last summer Linda released her first book, Animal Wisdom: Learning from the Spiritual Lives of Animals (North Atlantic) This book illuminates the undeniable ability for animals to restore our ecological, emotional and spiritual balance. Visit her websit, LindaBend
This episode we will give ten home remedies for different ailments your dog might have.
Listen for a toxic free flea and tick remedy, car sickness, and more.
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in Self Help
Animal companions play an important role in the stabilization and emotional well-being of our
“I don’t know where I would be without the companionship that my dog Spanky gave me when I
came home from Iraq,” says Dan Spangler, who served as a sergeant in the Marine Corps.
“Spanky saved me.”
Dan adopted Spanky in 2003 when he returned home from deployment. Dan needed months of
medical treatment for an injury he sustained jumping from a truck when gunfire broke out at a
checkpoint. Looking back, he realizes what an important role Spanky played in both his physical
and emotional recovery.
Now Dan and Spanky are setting out on a more than 6,000 mile cross country trek from Camp
Lejeune, NC to Camp Pendleton, CA to raise awareness and funds for “Operation: Keep Your
Spanky,” a new program that provides resources, in-kind assistance and low-cost veterinary care
for military families and veteran pet owners during times of financial crisis.
“I want all veterans to have a Spanky, but it’s a sad fact that military veterans often experience
financial difficulties where they face the heartbreaking choice of giving up their pets,” says Dan.
Dan says that keeping pets in their homes not only benefits the veteran owners, but it benefits
area shelters and rescue organizations who otherwise might end up with the pet.
PAWSitive Radio...your leading source for all things leadership, success and resilience...in the corporate and animal world. Your go to show for living a well life at work and at home! Join Host Charmaine Hammond, business and leadership expert, professional speaker, bestselling author and Toby the dog's pet parent.
Charmaine interviews guest Tricia Montgomery, the Nation’s leading expert and pioneer in human/canine fitness! Tricia Montgomery founded K9 Fit Club® in 2012. Now serving as the CEO of the organization, Ms. Montgomery’s is Nation’s leading expert and pioneer in human/canine fitness. Her diverse experience in veterinary medicine, public relations, animal rescue, personal training, and her own weight loss journey gave her the perfect combination of skills to create a nationwide community of certified trainers – dedicated to the health, fitness, and wellness of dogs and their people. K9 Fit Club, giving both humans and canines a New Leash on Life™
Later, Charmaine talks about ways to build wellness, and fitness in the workplace. Healthy workplaces are resileint workplaces.
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