This week on Radio Pet Lady Network (including our show on Wednesday night!)
Cat Crazy™ - Mondays at 8PM (ET)
Dr. Jean Hofve from LittleBigCat.com shares her thoughts and agrees with Tracie about the horrors of de-clawing a cat, the ills that come from feeding “kitty crack,” and the importance of supplementing cats with omega-3 fish oil (and both recommend Nordic Naturals because of its high quality).
The Pet Cancer Vet – Mondays at 8:30PM (ET)
Does pet insurance make sense if your dog already got the Bad News? Selena’s baby Dixie, a Rat Terrier, is a cancer patient of Dr. Sue’s and Selena gets advice about whether it is too late to get pet insurance for Dixie or her other dog or whether pet insurance still makes financial sense for an an older dog with a known disease (hint: it does!) Episode #2004
Cat Chat & Dog Talk® – Tuesdays at 8PM (ET)
On this debut of the all-new version of the show, Tracie introduces one of her two new co-hosts, Dr. V from the rollicking blog www.Pawcurious.com. They discuss the high cancer risk in a big male Golden Retrievers like Dr. V’s beloved Brody, and how she handles that since she already lost both her two previous Goldens to the disease nearly at the same time.
Pet Food Advisors - Tuesdays at 8:30PM (ET)
What does “organic” really mean? What does “organic” really mean on a dog food bag? Dr. Sean explains what criteria about ingredients allow a company to put that word on the front of a bag of pet food – and when they would only be allowed to say “organic” on the back side.
Dog Travel Experts - Wednesdays at 8PM (ET)
Tracie and Paris talk with Liam about his dog’s urination problems in his car crate and the co-hosts give him a lot of advice about getting Rascal to love his crate, and then to travel in it Tracie sends as Adaptil collar to Liam so help reduce Rascal’s travel anxiety. Episode # 4005
The Expert Vet - Wednesdays at 8:30PM (ET)
Does your dog have vomiting, diarrhea, signs of kidney problems but your vet cannot figure out what is wrong? Beware of “the great imitator:”Addison’s Disease! Jessica’s little dog Charlie had so many serious symptoms that he was in the emergency vet’s clinic before they discovered he had Addison’s disease – but Dr. Donna explains how it is possible to manage the disease and live a good long life. Episode #5004
DOG TALK® (and Kitties, Too!)
Dr. Kerry Heuter, a board-certified veterinary internist from the Animal Specialty Center in Yonkers, New York, talks about the four different treatments for hyper-thyroid disease, a common disorder of aging cats; Tracie’s talks to her old pal and now superstar “Cat Daddy” Jackson Galaxy about solving cat behavior problems on his hit TV show“ My Cat from Hell” (and how using Tracie’s favorite cat wand toy, Neko Flies, has helped solve many feline behavior riddles); first time author Cat Needham talks about the joys and challenges of being a first-time dog owner and choosing a big German Shepherd in Shepherd Girl.
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