• 00:30

    Maintaining Healthy Ears In Dogs And Cats

    in Pets

    Ear infections are one of the most commony seen health conditions in veterinary medicine.  Tonight, Dr. Roger discusses the reasons dogs and cats suffer from ear infection in comparison to people, and what we can do to overcome them.


    Dr. Roger will be taking live calls at 1-877-878-1435.  E-mail comments to be addressed live on the air to comments@web-dvm.net.

  • 00:31

    Dogs and Cats Do's and Don'ts

    in Pets

    Did you know that there are some foods that cats and dogs should not eat?  Should cats be bathed? Or are their normal grooming habits enough?  In this episode, we'll address some of the do's and don'ts involved with caring for healthy, happy cats and dogs.  So join us for this pet Q and A (post Fourth of July) session on our upcoming edition of The Missy Show!  We look forward to hearing from you.

  • 00:29

    How We Manage Dogs And Cats Through The Grey Area Of Life

    in Pets

    Dr. Roger talks about dogs and cats in the late stages of life where there is no confirmed severe systemic disease, yet age related breakdown of the body has compromised quality of life.  Learn how best to judge your pet's quality of life in order to make the most humane decisions on his behalf.  Please e-mail questions, comments, or concerns for Dr. Roger discuss on the air to comments@web-dvm.net

  • 00:32

    Holistic and Integrative Health Care for Dogs and Cats

    in Pets

    Join us for an informative discussion about holistic veterinary care with Dr. Richard Palmquist, DVM, Director of Integrative Health Services at Centinela Animal Hospital, Inc, Inglewood, California.


    Dr. Richard Palmquist is President of the American Holistic Veterinary Medical Foundation (AHVMF). He is the aauthor of Releasing Your Pet's Hidden Health Potential (a comprehensive guide to utilizing the power of nutrition and holistic modalities such as acupuncture, muscle response testing, and stem cell therapy to help your pet live a long, healthy life).


    Dr. Palmquist will discuss how to apply the principles of holistic care to helping three-legged amputee dogs and cats live longer, with a special focus on integrative care for coping with cancer.


    We will also talk about his work with the AHVMF.org's research and education grants for veterinary integrative medicine, including research funding to study canine cancer, vaccine reform, feline behavior and other ailments.


    Post your questions in the Tripawds Discussion Forums or join us in the Live Tripawds Chat during the show.

  • 00:31

    Holistic Cancer Care for Dogs and Cats

    in Pets

    Please join us for an educational discussion about holistic cancer care for dogs and cats with Lena McCullough, DVM, founder of A PathWithPaws.com.
    Dr. McCullough's highly-acclaimed holistic veterinary care blog, Path With Paws, is especially regarded for the comprehensive information about holistic cancer care treatments for animals. She has recently completed her first book, "Integrative and holistic methods for treating cancer in dogs and cats," presently available to read online at http://pathwithpaws.com/cancer-care/.
    Since 1999 Dr. McCullough has brought her holistic veterinary approach to animals of the Pacific Northwest. She tailors a variety of alternative healing modalities to each patient's needs in order to reach the root cause of illness and bring about lasting health and longevity.
    You can hear Dr. McCullough on Tripawd Talk Radio, Sunday November 17 at 6pm Eastern / 3pm Pacific. Call in with your questions about holistic cancer care for dogs and cats to speak with Dr. McCullough, or post in the Tripawds Discussion Forums and join us in the Tripawds Live Chat during the show!
    For more information about holistic cancer care for dogs and cats please visit the Tripawds Nutrition blog.

  • 00:25

    New Insights Into The Management Of Obesity In Dogs And Cats

    in Pets

    Dr. Roger discusses new findings in pet obesity, including lifestyle, dietary considerations, and more.  Be sure to tune in to learn how to manage one of the most common and severe epidemics in dogs and cats.  Live call-in will be open at1-877-878-1435.  E-mail comments to be addressed live on teh air to:  comments@web-dvm.net.

  • 00:32

    How to Help Dogs and Cats with Pet Paralysis

    in Pets

    Pet paralysis is a difficult, scary thing to contemplate and when it happens to your dog or cat there are few good resources available to offer hope and help. Thankfully, there's Sharon Seltzer, creator of the blog Lessons from a Paralyzed Dog and we are happy to bring her to Tripawd Talk Radio on Sunday October 12 at 6pm Eastern / 3pm Pacific.


    Sharon is an animal rights writer and co-founder of Heaven Can Wait Animal Society. When her 10-year old dog Sophie gradually became weaker and then lost all use of her limbs, Sharon was at a loss for what to do. Several specialists, rehab therapists and treatments yielded little to no success to help Sophie walk again; that's when Sharon's pack began a new normal way of life and learned how to make the best of Sophie’s disability.


    Sharon will discuss how she coped with Sophie's paralysis and the tips, tricks and successes that this special dog taught her. We will be taking your calls too. Please join us on this informative episode of Tripawd Talk Radio!


    Call in with your questions or post them in the Tripawds Discussion Forums, and join us in the live Tripawds Chat room during the show!

  • 00:09

    ONE half of all dogs and cats in America are obese! Holiday time alert!!

    in Lifestyle

    When it comes to celebrating the holiday season, gatherings with family and friends are usually centered around food. Homes that include furry friends know all too well how challenging it can be to deny pets leftover table scraps or extra treats that can create problems later.


    John Sturm, VP of Nutrition with Petco, will explain WHY it’s important to pay attention to the food your pet is eating all year-round, and especially during the holiday season.


    Find out:


    ·         How well do you know your pet’s nutritional needs?  Learn the key factors that will help determine which food is best for your pet.


    ·         How not to judge a dog or cat food bag by its cover. How can you determine if a food really is “natural”?


    ·         Which supplements enhance your pet’s skin and coat; help with weight management, vitality and digestion?


    ·         The trend that appeals to the “wild” in your animal.


    ·         Which commonly used holiday meal ingredients can actually be harmful to your pet’s health? 


    This show is presented by Gracefully Yours greeting cards, featuring famous pet photographer Pam Marks. Visit www.shop.gracefully-yours.com and look for Pam's birthday and get well cards.

  • 00:30

    Preventing Kidney Failure in Dogs and Cats

    in Pets

    Dr. Roger details strategies to prevent kindey failure, the number one cause of death in cats, the number two cause of death in dogs.

  • 01:29

    Voices Carry for Animals # 20

    in Pets

    Hosted by Debbie Dahmer (the Biggest Crybaby in Brazil???)


    Guest will be Jay Apicella- President and Director of  Dogs and Cats Forever, Inc


               Dogs and Cats Forever, Inc. was organized in 1988 for the purpose of building and maintaining a shelter for homeless dogs and cats on the Treasure Coast. Our shelter is founded on the principle of trying to find good, adoptable and loving homes for the animals and help stop the killing of over 75,000 abandoned animals in southern Florida. With the increase of Florida’s population so too has come an increase of unwanted animals. Any healthy pet not adopted will have a safe and permanent home at our facility for the duration of its natural life.                           


    No animal at Dogs and Cats Forever, Inc. will ever be sold for research, entertainment, or exploitation. We strive to end animal abuse and neglect. This charity is not connected with any other animal society. It is a not-for-profit, tax-exempt project totally dependent on donations and endowments. Officers and members are unpaid volunteers. All gifts are used locally and are greatly appreciated. Want to volunteer?. The shelter will then contact you via email or phone within the next week to schedule a volunteer orientation and get you involved with one of the more rewarding forms of service, helping, caring for and loving animals.  

  • 00:31

    The 4 Most Important Health Concerns in Dogs and Cats

    in Pets

    While dogs and can suffer any manner of diseases, many of which they share in common with people, in this episode, Dr. Roger highlights the 4 most important health concerns in each respective species. 

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