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Dr. Marci Koski is a Certified Feline Training and Behavior Specialist. Her goal is to keep cats in homes and out of shelters or abandoned as the reult of treatable behavior problems. She loves working with cats and their people to educate pet guardians about the needs of their cats and how to meet them.
Dr. Marci Koski has recieved her specialized certificate in Feline Training and Behavior from the Animal Behavior Institute. She also holds a doctorate in Fish and Wildlife Biology from Colorado State University and has worked as a biologist with the U.S. FIsh and Wildlife Service since 2006, where she focused her efforts on the conservation and recovery of threatened and endagered species.
Marci has always been passionate about animals and their welfare in particular. Cats have always had a special place in her heart, and in fact, Marci can't remember a time when she's been without at least one cat in her life. She currently relies on her five-member kitty support staff to maintain the feline duties of her household.
6 Questions that Marci will answer.
1) Why did you decide to become a cat behaviorist?
2)Why do people seek the services of a cat behaviorst?
3)What should people expect if they have a cat behavior problem they are trying to resolve, and they all you for help?
4)What's the most rewarding part of your work as a cat behaviorst?
5)Talk about a pet you've had a special connection with.
6)How can people help animals in shelters?
For more check out Dr.Koski's website www.felinebehaviorsolutions.com, sign up for her 'Mewsletter' and find her on social media.
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Judy Helm Wright
The Kitty Bungalow Charm School for Wayward Cats socialized feral cats and kittens for adoption: taming the untamable. You will hear all about how they do this and how they are helping to end the problem. Also joining us is Paddington the hiking cat.
LITTLE CHARLIE AND THE NIGHT CATS this is what great music is all about.
Dr. Roger discusses a very easy, affordable solution for prevention of dental disease in dogs and cats. Dental disease in dogs and cats is the second most common chronic disease, making Dr. Roger's suggested strategy for dental disease prevention in dogs and cats outline in this episode very important. What's more, your pets will also love it! Tune in to find out! E-mail comments or questions for Dr. Roger to discuss on the air in future podcasts to firstname.lastname@example.org.
It's that time of year again: The Halloween season. Along with that comes an emphasis on ghosts, ghouls, goblins, witches--and also black cats. There's a lot of superstition surrounding black cats. Some of it good--some of it not so good. Due to the mythology and superstition involving these majestic creatures, there are those out there, who would wish to harm them around Halloween time. In this episode of The Missy Show, hosts J and D discuss past and current beliefs about black cats, and give information on how to protect your pet during the Halloween season. You'd even be surprised to know, that any black animal can be in danger of ritual abuse during this time. Be sure to join us Saturday, October 10th at 5pm Central for this important and informative topic.
Once a month animal communicator, Mary Stoffel, gives insights into the relationships that our animals have with us, and with each other. Join her and guest Dr. Sue Swanson, of the Cat Care Clinic, as they discuss the companion cat and the issues they come with.
Hear all about:
Bringing in a new cat or kitten
What is the best diet and nutrition for house cats
What supplements do you recommend
What are the most common issues that need to be addressed
What about housebound vs indoor/outdoor
Are there new health issues we need to know about
And more ....
Mary Stoffel has been a professional animal communicator for 20 years. She does telephone and in-person consultations at many dog shows and expos, and teaches classes in how to do animal communication. Her mission is to promote understanding between people and their animals. She is an Avatar® Master and has a holistic healing practice using shamanic healing, essential oils and energy healing. Website: www.humanimal.com
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Tonight Vinny & Terry talk Kentucky Wildcats sports: the win over the Charlotte 49ers, a look ahead to the Louisville Cardinals. There were the hoops victories over the Wright State Raiders and Boston Terriers. Friday Cal and Co. head south to face Coach O and the USF Bulls.
The Ohio State Buckeyes fell in their first real test of the season against the Michigan State Spartans. Can they bounce back when they face the Michigan Wolverines Saturday?
It still sounds funny saying it, but NBA history was made last night as the Golden State Warriors won their 16th consecutive game.
Kobe . . . Kobe . . Kobe
Tune in! It's gonna be great! (845)277-9373 or @CatsTalkWed!
Laurie Beth welcomes Shane Hipps, author of the new book, "Cats Don't Bark: A Guide to Knowing Who you are, Accepting Who You Are Not, and Living Your Unique Purpose."
At some point in life everyone is compelled to ask the primorial question--Why am I here? How we answer that question determines whether or not we will discover our true calling in life and harness our full professional, personal, and spiritual potential.
Many counterfeit voices will offer an answer, but the one true voice whispers from the inside. CATS DON'T BARK provides powerful techniques to help the reader listen for the "One Voice" and find the courage to follow it. This is a book about discovering who we are, accepting who we are not, and cultivating the habits we need to discover and embrace who we were meant to be.
Shane Hipps is an award winning author and sought after speaker. He currently serves as the Chief Leadership Officer for Aspen Heights, a national real estate development company. His focus is on leadership and human development. Through his unique coaching techniques, training, and workshops, he unlocks purpose, potential, and creativity. Hipps was formerly a pastor of a 6,000 member church. He started his career in advertising as a strategic planner for Porshce Cars. To learn more, visit his website at www.shanehipps.com.
"Why has my cat suddenly stopped using the litter box?" "Why is my dog barking incessantly?" "Why doesn't my dog or cat listen to me when I ask him to do something?" "How do I get my dog to stop aggressive behavior at the dog park?" These are questions that have entered the minds of pet owners everywhere at one time or another. Also, what does that meow, bark, tweet, or stare mean? I know I fed, pet, and played with Kitty.We pet owners want to know how to communicate effectively with our pets and understand their individual wants and needs. We also want to share our wants and needs with our pets. If only we could talk to them like we talk to each other. If only they could understand exactly what we are trying to convey to them. Actually, we can, and they can, according to Tim Link, author of Talking with Dogs and Cats: Joining the Conversation to Improve Behavior and Bond with Your Animals. Tune in to our show in which this seasoned animal communicator shares from his book, including some proven methods of communication with animals, and ways to remedy common behavioral and emotional problems we encounter with our pets.
Tim Link is a nationally syndicated radio host and Reiki practitioner in addition to his role as animal communicator. He created his Wagging Tales consulting practice upon discovering his "talk to the animals" abilities. He often works with animal rescue organizations and lives in Cumming, GA. For more info on Tim, check out his website, www.TalkingWithDogsandCats.com.
Mark E. Epstein DVM, Dipl. ABVP C/F, CVPP
Medical Director, TotalBond Veterinary Hospitals, PC
Dr. Epstein is medical director of TotalBond Veterinary Hospitals located in the Carolinas. As founder of Carolinas Animal Pain Management Clinic, Dr. Epstein is passionate about the recognition, prevention, and treatment of pain in cats and dogs.
He has been credentialed by the American Academy of Pain Management, and as a Certified Veterinary Pain Practitioner (CVPP) by the International Veterinary Academy of Pain Management, has authored textbook chapters and peer-reviewed journal articles, and is a nationally- and internationally sought-after speaker/lecturer on implementing pain management systems in private practices. Dr. Epstein is co-chairperson of the 2015 AAHA/AAFP Pain Management Guidelines
for Dogs and Cats.
For this episode of Tripawd Talk Radio Dr. Epstein will share his tips for managing pain in animals living with cancer. We'll learn about:
The different types of pain caused by cancer in cats and dogs
How to assess your cat or dog for signs of pain
Different types of non-drug treatments that can help
Traditional and novel pain-relieving medications
Pain management for dogs and cats at the end-of-life stage
Please join us in the Live Tripawds Chat during the show!