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As has been his tradition since 2010, Dr. Roger has his yearly year's end wrap up show, this one for calendar year 2015. From the evolution of the Trifexis and Convenia "controversies," to the fading of the veterinary pharmacy, to the increasing difficulties of average pet owners being able to afford quality veterinary care, Dr. Roger covers all of the major themes and pet trends (from a veterinary medical perspective) for 2015.
Dr. Roger exposes one of the most troubling and common acts of malpractice in veterinary medicine: engaging in oral surgery to extract diseased teeth without dental x-ray capability. He explains why dental x-ray is not only an invaluable diagnostic tool for recognition of lesions below the gumline (40% of dental lesions in cats, 25% of dental lesions in dogs), but why it is a potential act of veterinary malpractice to perform tooth extractions without post extraction dental x-rays.
E-mail all questions or comments for Dr. Roger to address on the air to email@example.com.
Paul Hayes was born and raised in Stark County Ohio and is currently 49 years old and has been married for 28 years. He currently resides in East Canton Ohio and has lived there for 9 years. Paul was a firefighter for 25 years and has retired from Sandy Twp. Fire Dept. where he taught classes of farm safety and rescue. He is also a small business owner of a well established car repair facility and has been an automotive technician for over 33 years. In his younger years Paul believed in Sasquatch but never pursued it until he had a Class A encounter near his home. Since that encounter he has actively searched for answers concerning the Sasquatch phenomena since 2011. Paul currently has a small research team and also a Facebook group (The Genoskwa Project )going on 3,000 members. The Genoskwa Project also has a websitewww.genoskwaproject.com
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Whistleblowers is presented in coordination with Marcel Reid and the Whistleblowers Summit July 30, 2016!
As of this date: Tom Villsack's USDA has blocked all communications from whistleblowers.
Guests: Heidi Turpen and Atty: Michael McCray
In May 2015 Heidi started her first season as a Forestry Technician in the timber program on the Sequoia National Forest in Region 5,
California. Heidi was directed to live in coed barracks that included at least one male firefighter who insisted upon using the women's toilet
and shower. From the start Heidi endured discrimination in the form of vicious rumors, sexual innuendo about sleeping with coworkers, and
multiple incidents of a sexually hostile work environment. As the season went on Heidi was faced with sexual harassment by an Engine Captain in
front of other employees. She later discovered that he had been identified as a “repeat offender” and had been accused of work place violence by a subordinate employee. In another situation she and another female coworker were yelled at and intimidated by another male firefighter. She discovered this employee was also a repeat offender who had been accused of harassment and work place violence against women.
She reported the harassment and as retaliation from management, Heidi was subjected to an illegal Forest Service law enforcement search of her barracks with a drug dog. She discovered the Law Enforcement Officer had done this to another woman who had reported harassment.
As ran act of retaliation Heidi was left alone in the wilderness while on duty by her crew leader without a radio or GPS unit. This was a safety issue.
Brian enlisted in the Navy in 1997, attended initial training schools, and advanced to the rank of Fire Control Technician Third Class. During his tour on the USS Frank Cable (AS-40), a superior non-commissioned officer sexually assaulted him in August 2000. He was ordered by his command not to pursue a report of this crime with the Naval Criminal Investigative Service. After this crime, Brian was misdiagnosed with a Personality Disorder by a Naval psychiatrist and discharged by his command in August 2001. He received a disability rating from the Department of Veterans Affairs in June 2002 for his post-traumatic stress disorder resulting from the military sexual trauma. Brian’s petition to change his discharge from a general discharge for a personality disorder to a medical retirement for post-traumatic stress disorder was denied by the Board for Correction of Naval Records in August 2004.
Brian holds an Associate of Applied Science degree in Paralegal Studies from Anne Arundel Community College, a Bachelor of Science degree in Paralegal Studies from Stevenson University, and a Master of Science in Forensic Studies from Stevenson University in December 2013. His master’s thesis was written on military sexual trauma and nominated for publication in the Stevenson Forensics Journal.
Brian is currently a second year student at Mitchell Hamline School of Law in St. Paul, Minnesota where he is pursuing a joint JD/MPA program and serves as Treasurer of the Mitchell Hamline Veterans Association.
He hopes to continue serving by litigating and continuing to advocate for veterans and military sexual trauma survivors.
Tonight on Tripawd Talk Radio, we’ll talk with Dr. Mike Petty, about ways to determine if your pet is in pain and the treatment options that he feels are worth pursuing.
Dr. Petty is the owner of Arbor Pointe Veterinary Hospital and Animal Pain Center, both in Canton, Michigan. He is the immediate past president of the International Veterinary Academy of Pain Management and the coauthor of the 2015 American Animal Hospital Association Pain Guidelines. Also, he is the author of the upcoming book, Dr. Petty’s Pain Relief for Dogs, which can be pre-ordered on Amazon and will be available wherever books are sold on February 1.
Read the Tripawds review of Dr Mike Petty's book:
Learn How to Manage Your Dog’s Pain with Dr. Petty’s New Guide
Please Note: We will NOT be taking live calls during this episode but will be consider addressing any questions posted for this show the Tripawds Discussion Forums.
Born in Springfield, Ohio, Elgon Williams grew up on a farm near the town of South Charleston and the village of Selma in rural southeastern Clark County, "...about two miles from nowhere and between cornfields."
Williams graduated from Shawnee High School in 1974. In the fall of that year he began studies at Purdue University in West Lafayette, Indiana. In 1978 he received receiving a BA in Mass Communication. Later in 1981 he received a degree in Marketing Administration from The University of Texas in Austin.
He joined the US Air Force in 1983 and attended the Defense Language Institute at the Presidio of Monterey in California where he studied Chinese Mandarin. Upon completion of military training he spent two years assigned to the Far East.
After returning to the US, Williams left the military and began an extended career in management for several major retailers. Periodically, he also served as a vendor advocate for a national marketing firm representing many computer technology and software companies. He has also worked in advertising, sales and as a computer technician and technology consultant.
Although his early writing is considered sci-fi and fantasy, it is difficult to pigeonhole his work into any single genre. His most recent work is considered urban fantasy or magical realism.
Author of the Rolly Waters Series Corey Lynn Fayman drops by It's A Myster to Me to discuss his latest release Desert City Diva the third book in the crime series featuring the guitar-playing San Diego private investigator, Rolly Waters. Desert City Diva follows the second novel in the series, Border Field Blues winner of the 2013 Hollywood Book Festival Award for Genre-Based Fiction and a finalist in the Mystery category of ForeWord Reviews 2013 Book of the Year Award, along with Fayman’s critically-acclaimed first Rolly Waters novel, Black’s Beach Shuffle.
Corey has worked as a keyboard player, sound technician, and interactive designer. He holds a B.A. in English, with a specialization in creative writing and poetry from UCLA, and an M.A. in Educational Technology from San Diego State University. Fayman spent three years as a sound technician and designer at the nationally lauded Old Globe Theater, where he received several nominations and a Drama-Logue Award for his theatrical sound design. He lives in San Diego, California. Visit Corey on the web at http://www.coreylynnfayman.com
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Dogs are Cancer Scientists with Paws
Learn why clinical trials for dogs and people are the most promising path to treating and ultimately curing cancers, with Colorado State University's Dr. Christine Hardy, DVM.
Join us as we learn why clinical trials for dogs and people are the most promising path to treating and ultimately curing cancers, when we talk with Colorado State University's Dr. Christine Hardy, DVM.
In her role as senior director of Professional Veterinary Medicine Student Services and former director of Operations for CSU's Flint Animal Cancer Center, Dr. Hardy is getting the word out about "One Cure," an initiative to share the importance of participating in clinical trials when animals and humans are diagnosed with cancer.
Also joining us is Dr. Kristen Weishaar, a board-certified oncologist and the Flint Animal Cancer Center's Director of Clinical Trials. Dr. Weishaar earned her DVM from Tufts University in Massachusetts and became board-certified at Colorado State in 2014. Dr. Weishaar is excited to play a role in finding new treatments for animals and people with cancer through clinical research.
We will Learn:
- What exactly are clinical trials?
- Why are clinical trials so important for treating and even curing cancer.
- How do people and dogs benefit from participating?
- What are the pitfalls of taking part?
- And so much more!
Learn more about the One Cure Initiative at CSU.
in Self Help
Do you love animals? Do they scare you? What if animals could give you the keys to step into more of what is possible for you? As a vet, rider and dog trainer, I have learned a thing or two about animal interactions and the magic they can facilitate and yet most people are unaware of the extent of their capacities to bring forth what is true about you; your healing capacities, your leadership, your receiving, your awareness and perception. Would you allow an animal to be your teacher? For upcoming classes and more info, visit www.theresestoa.com
Dr. Roger discusses the lastest veterinary medical misinformation campaign against the long established antibiotic Convenia that requires only a one time injection, separating fact versus fiction in this latest manufactured veterinary medical "controversy." Dr. Roger also discusses cases of troubling consequences of this latest wave of veterinary medical misinformation. Be sure to tune in to learn the truth about the anbiotic Convenia froma veterinarian with 7 years plus experience with the medication.
in Self Help
Topic: When it all falls apart!
On this episode we will have two great authors who can guide you through what to do when your life or the health of your family falls apart!
Tina Panariello - Author of 'Polished - Filing Away at Life's Truths'
Tina “She’s Nailed It” is the owner of 'Nail Artistry by Tina' and an accomplished miniature nail artist and has been a nail technician/artist for thirty-three years. Tina's book shows you how she emerged a hero through the will to go after her dreams, with faith, courage, and love she has given to each facet of her life!
Sarah Bingham, MS, CNS, LDN - Author of 'Food Allergies: A Self-Help Guide'
Is what your feeding your child coming back to bite you? 50% of our children have a chronic condition by the time they are 5 incl. infections, ear infections, eczema, asthma, ADD, ADHD, anxiety, behavior issues or sleep issues. 80-90% of this is caused by food. Sarah will tell you why this is and what to do about it!
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