In honor of the Oso Landslide that just happened…
Please be sure to tune in to this episode and learn some simple things you can do to prepare for a disaster to better equip you to be able to care for your pet(s) during and through such an emergency.
Tim Perciful of Learn Pet First Aid joins me today to talk about his expertise on the subject.
Support Engineer/Inventor Chris Lorkowski and “The Tidy Dog” – toy bin that rewards your dog for putting her toys away!
The Tidy Dog is on Kickstarter – so if you want one, you need to pre-order so Chris reaches his goal – otherwise they may never get made!
Also check out this amazing video of a dog drinking water in slow-motion:
Chronic Ear Infections?
Chronic Digestive Upset?
These are all symptoms of food/environmental allergies!
Listen to my interview today with Dr Donna Kelleher, author of “The Proof is in the Poodle” and local holistic veterinarian.
Dr Kelleher is very successful in treating animals with allergies without the use of steroids, antibiotics and immune suppressants.
Find her online at www.wholepetvet.com
Also her blog at www.wholepetvet.blogspot.com
And her book! “The Proof is in the Poodle” www.proofisinthepoodle.com
Today I talk with Ranny Green, writer for the Seattle
Kennel Club, about the upcoming event this weekend at
Century Link Field Event Center.
Also, Michelle Nichols, co-founder of AHELP Project. AHELP holds their annual fundraiser at Northwest Cellars this year – wine tasting and raffle to raise money for this great organization.
On today’s show, Julie and Dr. Nels Rasmussen talk nervous system. Also, Dr. Nels, a trained chiropractor, gives Julie’s dachshund a treatment after a tweaked back has left her compromised.
Dr Nels has an amazing gift, and you can have your animal treated by him, too! (If you live in Western Washington state).
Seattle Kennel Club Dog Show March 8th & 9th!
Want a science lesson? Today I talk with Dr. Michael Fox on our 5-year anniversary episode about chemical flea meds and how they impact dogs and cats, on a chemical/molecular level. It has to do with the movement of chloride ions and the GABA receptors.
Fascinating conversation and connections made on today’s show. Don’t miss it!
Find Dr. Fox online: www.drfoxvet.com
Don’t forget The Seattle Kennel Club Dog Show coming up:
March 8th & 9th at Century Link Field Event Center. www.seattlekennelclub.org
Here’s the link to the children’s book I highlighted on today’s show.
And here are the articles I referenced on the show!
Westminster KC Dog Show fun facts: http://www.dogchannel.com/dog-news/2014/02/westminster-dog-show-by-the-numbers.aspx?cm_mmc=19435437
How dogs do the Doggie Paddle: http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2014/01/140105102502.htm
Insight into domestication of dogs, from wolves: http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2014/01/140116190137.htm
Walking dogs in a pack and what that tells us about their social hierarchy http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2014/01/140123222045.htm
Fitness Study Pairs Dog With Seniors http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2014/02/140206141855.htm?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+sciencedaily%2Fplants_animals%2Fdogs+%28Dogs+News+–+ScienceDaily%29
Encore of my interview years ago with now-famous Surf Dog Ricochet and her handler Judy. What a long way they’ve come and have done such great things as a team!