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Roger L Welton DVM

The Space Coast Pet Podcast


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Dr. Roger Welton is an experienced practicing veterinarian, successful author, blogger and media personality. Airing every Thursday at 8 AM EST, Dr. Roger discusses the pertinent pet issues of the day and addresses listener emails.

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A surprisingly large number of dogs suffer from thunderstorm and fireworks anxiety, 2 things that are prevalent in the summer months. In this episode, Dr. Roger discusses some effective natural remedies and safe and effective medical... more

Veterinary cancer medicine is one of the most misunderstood branches of veterinary medicine because pet owners tend to equate it to cancer medicine in people. The truth is that veterinary cancer care is very different than human... more

A significant percentage of diseases that are treated in veterinary medicine are genetically inherited as the result of bad breeding. Dr. Roger discusses the serious, at times tragic consequences of unethical breeding and provides... more

Summer is a glorious time, especially for people that live in temperate northern regions of the country! Long days, warm nights, and an explosion of plant and animal life are good for the soul, but with the warm weather season comes some... more

Inspiration comes from all aspects of life for Dr. Roger. Today's espisode was inspired by an episode of the reality tuna fishing show, Wicked Tuna, Dr. Roger recently watched that not only left him feeling good, gained him important... more

If any pet lives lone enough, he/she will expereince the affects of arthritis, an inflammatory and degenerative condition that affects the joints of aging dogs and cats. From general stiffness and reduced mobility in the early stages, to... more

Pica is a common issue in dogs where they are driven to eat inanimate objects. These objects can range from underwear, socks, to sticks, rocks and just about anything else. Pica commonly causes gastrointestinal distress at a minimum if... more

Dr. Roger highlights the emergence of parasites that are becoming increasingly resistant to what have traditionally been very effective medications to combat them. He also discusses affordable new technology for stool screening that... more

Is your pet's breed of dog or cat have a greater potential to develop certain deadly diseases? Learn what these diseases are and which breeds are particularly susceptible to them, and how they how they can be detected early for effective... more

The Monsters Within is an epsisode dedicated to discussing the most common internal parasites that infect dogs and cats, how they are transmitted and the diseases they cause. Some of these parasites can infect humans, particularly... more
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