Monday, Oct. 14, 2013
CAT CRAZY #1009, 8 PM ET
Pam Bennett Smith visits from her new TV series “Psycho Kitty” broadcasting in Canada and soon in the UK. and her appreciation of Neko Flies for kitty happiness.
Pet Cancer Vet #2010, 8:30 ET
Dr Sue helps Kim in Spotsylvania, VA from GreyhoundsRock.org (that is highlighting November as national Canine Cancer Awareness month) with a cancer diet and the “low carb question.”
Tuesday, Oct. 15, 2013
CAT CHAT® DOG TALK® #3009, 8 PM ET
Dr. Patrick and Tracie welcome Lucy from the Honest Kitchen, who talks about her legal battles in Ohio to say “human grade” on her foods and their new wild caught haddock treats, Quickies for dogs and Smittens for kittens.
Pet Food Advisors #7011, 8:30 PM ET
Grain-free catfish and beans – the revolutionary idea behind the new Balance IT veterinary foods: ingredient-focused recipes using wholesome ingredients like catfish and red and black beans.
Wednesday, Oct. 16, 2013
Dog Travel Experts #40009, 8 PM ET
The Expert Vet #5009, 8:30 PM ET
Dr. Donna answers questions from Miriam in the UK about the tragic genetic brain malformations SM and CM affecting Cavalier King Charles Spaniels and many small breeds like Miriam’s own little Chihuahua, Mia.
DOG TALK (and Kitties, Too!), 9pm ET
Becky Robinson from Alley Cat Allies talks about National Feral Cat Day on Oct 16 and community involvement in the architecture of a neighborhood to accommodate cats; David Rosenfelt wrote Dogtripping:25 Rescues, 11 Volunteers, and 3 RVs on Our Canine Cross-Country Adventure that describes his incredible hilarious adventure adopting dozens of older, hard-to-adopt dogs and then moving them from California to his new home on a lake in Maine; Julie Legred is head of the National Association of Veterinary Technicians and extols the virtues of a profession you can start at age 17 or 70.