Nov. 25: This Week on Radio Pet Lady Network

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Monday

Cat Crazy – Monday at 8PM (ET) Heart Failure & Hyperthyroidism in Cats What is Fikimiki’s heart failure in cats and what does hyperthyroidism have to do with it?  Dr. Elizabeth Hodgkins sheds some light on the issue for a caller from Canada and Tracie sends her a copy of The Cat Bible to help sort out related issues. CC#1015 Listen Now | Podcasts

The Pet Cancer Vet – Monday at 8:30PM (ET) Cancer and Older Dogs Dr. Sue Ettinger chats with Carey and discusses options for her 14 year old Westie, Cody, who has a cancerous tumor on his lip. PCV #2016   Listen Now | Podcasts

Tuesday

Cat Chat® & Dog Talk® – Tuesday at 8PM (ET) Thankful for WHAT? Dr. V talks about giving thanks for the not-so-pleasant things that happen in life and how they can transform us for the better. Read her recent blog on the subject. CCDT #3017 Listen Now | Podcasts

Pet Food Advisors – Tuesday at 8:30PM (ET) Why Dehydrate Pet Food? Why dry things out? What is gained – or lost – by dehydrating pet food ingredients?   Dr. Sean Delaney and Tracie discuss the science that goes into the bag.  PFA #7017 Listen Now | Podcasts

Wednesday

Dog Travel Experts – Wednesday at 8PM (ET) Texas with Dog I hope our new book TEXAS WITH DOGS will inspire you to get right in your vehicle and head to the dog-friendly beaches on the Texas shore. DTE #4016 Listen Now | Podcasts

The Expert Vet – Wednesday at 8:30PM (ET) Worst Advice Ever What’s the worst advice you’ll ever get from a vet? “Let’s keep an eye on it.” Never! Dr. Donna explains why you need to get to the bottom of any growth or test abnormality. Advocate for your pet and get copies of all tests. TEV #5015 Listen Now | Podcasts

Dog Talk® – Wednesday at 9:00PM (ET) Sue Halpern’s book  “A Dog Walks into a Nursing Home” is inspiring people across the country to join the ranks of therapy dogs; Tracie discusses the how and why’s of the dangers of Chinese chicken jerky with veterinary clinician Dr. Urs Giger, Director of the University of Pennsylvania Metabolic Genetics Laboratory, where they have been testing urine samples for Falconi Syndrome potentially caused by jerky treats, going back to 2006; Tony Corbo from the lobbying non-profit Food & Water Watch in Washington, D.C., sheds more light on the tainted chicken jerky treats from China by disclosing the financial and political background of the jerky issue. Food & Water Watch has documented Chinese factories that cannot pass inspections (when they allow them), and 5 different antibiotics found in these products – 4 of which are illegal in the U.S. and the 5th occurring in toxic quantities. Here’s a recent New York Times article about the jerky. Listen Now | Podcasts

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Paris Permenter is an award-winning author of over 30 pet and travel books. Along with her husband, John Bigley, Paris is the founder and publisher of CatTipper and DogTipper.