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June 16 2020

How You Can Prevent Fleas and Ticks, Today

Don’t wait – stop fleas and ticks right now – or your dog may pay a price (and you too!). He’s known as Dr. Flea, Dr. Michael Dryden, distinguished professor veterinary parasitology Kansas State University College of Veterinary Medicine says it’s a big mistake to wait. “The ticks are incredibly active.” Listen here to Dr.…

June 15 2020

We’re Getting a Puppy: What Will Our Three Dogs Think?

Q: We have a new puppy coming to the house on Wednesday. we have three older dogs that are here and we don’t know how to introduce the puppy to the three dogs. Should we have the puppy in a crate outside and have the three dogs discover the puppy or do we just bring…

June 14 2020

How Rats Can Share Leptospirosis and Benefits to Pets of Being Quarantined

Listen HERE to Steve Dale’s Pet World, WGN Radio, and Dr. Natalie Marks offers her perspective on how veterinary medicine has changed for better or worse as a result of the pandemic. And how clients are relieving some of their pressures, with veterinary professionals sometimes at the other end of those emotions. And how everyone…

June 13 2020

FIP in Cats Cure Investigated for COVID-19

Here’s an amazing one health story: Legendary investigator Dr. Niels Pedersen, distinguished professor University of California, who responsible for so much of what we have learned regarding infectious disease in cats, including feline infectious peritonitis (FIP). FIP happens as a result of the feline corona virus, and – until now – considered fatal. Dr. Pedersen…

June 13 2020

Value of Pets Changing in Mexico

Can you believe where the largest veterinary conference in the Western hemisphere happens to be? You likely wouldn’t guess Leon, Mexico (Congreso Veterinario de León). I talk on my national radio show with dr. Cesar Morales, who created that conference and others in Central/South America.  Dr. Morales began the event just over two decades ago…

June 11 2020

Zoos on the Edge: Conservation Programs Cut While Trump Administration Makes Matters Worse

One of the greatest values zoos offer, and increasingly so, has been to study, to protect and even reintroduce animals into the wild. However, due to their doors being closed because of the novel corona virus, budget cuts may be targeted to these programs. And simultaneously in the United States, the Trump Administration removes lots…

June 10 2020

Do You Vaccinate Against Bordetella or Dog Flu, or Both?

The vaccine for kennel cough or bordetella is routinely vaccinated against. I asked Dr. Natalie Marks on my national Steve Dale’s Pet World radio show if  routinely dogs should also be vaccinated against the canine influenza virus (CIV) or dog flu. Both kennel cough and dog flu have much in common. For example, Dr. Marks…

June 9 2020

Who Rescued Who

So you rescue a dog, but it turns out that the dog has rescued you. Sound familiar? Dog trainer Victoria Schade has authored a novel all about that scenario, Who Rescued Who. It’s about a character who connects with the world via social media, and who isn’t really a “dog person.” And it all grew…

June 9 2020

How the SARS CoV-2 Virus Likely Began in a Wet Market

What’s the latest on where the novel corona virus, SARS CoV-2 first originated? On my national Steve Dale’s Pet World radio show, I talk with Kitty Block, president and CEO of the Humane Society of the United States. She explains first what a wet market or animal market is. “These crowded markets with stressed, scared wild…

June 8 2020

Amy Cooper Gets Dog Back: Despite Animal Abuse

When bird watcher Christian Cooper asked Amy Cooper (no relation) to leash her dog, she launched into an adrenaline-filled rant which was witnessed coast to coast. From Central Park in New York City, she phoned police and you can see and hear her say, “An African American  man, who is recording me, threatening myself and…

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