Rita and Linda adore Chris Roy! He has worked tirelessly to bring animal rescue, transport, fosters, and adopters all together on one platform; Doobert.com. Now, Chris has gone one step further. He has created a platform where you can shop for your pet's food and other supplies, while helping rescues at the same time. A percentage of every sale is donated to the non-profit animal wellness organization of your choice! Just shop at the Doobert Store, buy your usual pet supplies, and benefit animal recues! It's that easy and it doesn't cost you a thing. Listen to this episode of 19 Cats and Counting to learn how you can help rescues while shopping for your pet's food. EPISODE NOTES: Chris Roy – The New Doobert Store
In this episode we are joined by Trevor Klee. Trevor is the founder of Highway Pharmaceuticals is a biotech startup creating drugs for autoimmune diseases. Right now, they're running a pilot trial of our drug in feline stomatitis. Feline stomatitis is a serious autoimmune disease that affects 1 million cats per year in the US. The only treatment for it currently is a $1k+ surgery. By the end of the trial, we expect to have evidence that our drug can safely and effectively suppress the feline immune system. This positions our drug to become the only alternative to an expensive and traumatizing surgery. Trevor is currently raising funds to cover the rest of the costs of the trial, as well as position us for our next milestones, which you can check out here: https://wefunder.com/highway.pharmaceuticals/
Would you rather earn preferred items or get them for free? More technically stated, would you prefer response-contingent reinforcers over response-independent ones (and to further split hairs, if the preferred items are provided response-independently, are they really reinforcers?)? It turns out that there has been some basic and applied research in this area, and some studies demonstrated participants' general preference for earning reinforcers as opposed to simply getting them for "free." My guest for Session 201, Dr. Holly Gover, published a review and meta-analysis on this topic in a recent issue of The Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, called, "On the generality of preference for contingent reinforcement." In this episode, we discuss how she became interested in this topic, what motivated her to review this literature, what she learned from this process, and perhaps of most interest to you, what implications these findings have for practice. Towards the end of the conversation, we changed gears a bit and discussed Holly's work in the area of feeding challenges. She quickly reviewed what is currently known about the assessment and treatment of these problems, as well as the unique approach to resolving feeding issues that she has outlined. Holly will be presenting on this topic at the upcoming Stone Soup Conference on October 21st (disclosure: the Lake Ridge Community Support Services, host of the conference, is a BOP sponsor, and they are providing listeners with discounted registration when using the promo code, PODCAST). Lastly, I'd be remiss if I didn't ask - no, I mean beg you to to listen to Holly's advice for newly-minted BCBAs. I'm not kidding you that this has to be one of the best pieces of advice offered on this podcast. Please do yourself a favor and check it out and let me know if you agree. OK, here are some links: Holly's Vanderbilt University page. Holly's Google Scholar page. TRIAD - Treatment and Research Institute for Autism Spectrum Disorders. Session 186: Enhanced Choice Model, Adithyan Rajaraman. Luczynski and Hanley (2013). Do Children Prefer Contingencies? An evaluation of the efficacy and preference for contingent versus non-contingent social reinforcement during play. Luczynski and Hanley (2010). Examining the Generality of Children's Preference for Contingent Reinforcement via Extension to Different Reinforcers, Responses, and Schedules. QCABA - Quebec Association for Behaviour Analysis. Koffer and Coulson (1971). Feline indolence: Cats prefer free to response-produced food. Osborne (1977). The free food (contrafreeloading) phenomenon: A review and analysis. Honig & Staddon: Handbook of Operant Behavior (disclosure: Amazon Associates link). In addition to the Stone Soup Conference, if you're interested in learning more about addressing feeding challenges, my colleague, Jen Farris, is putting together a 10-week mentoring cohort on this topic called Happy, Relaxed, and Eating. This is for a 10-week cohort consisting of 6, 2-hour LIVE virtual meetings and includes 12 CEs. There is also an option for no CEs at a discounted rate. And she is giving podcast listeners a 10% discount. So use the code BOP at checkout, or just tell Jen you heard about it on the podcast. If you're looking for continuing education on a wide variety of topics, don't forget that many of your favorite Behavioral Observations shows are available for approved continuing education.
Dr. Lauren Pagliughi joins Dr. Andy Roark to discuss a case that is oh-so-common in veterinary medicine, and oh-so-likely to end badly for feline patients! They are talking about Feline Lower Urinary Tract Disease (FLUTD). They discuss the importance of environmental questions for pet owners, diagnostics (including radiographs), and responsible approaches to treatment in regard to antibiotic use. Let's get into it! This episode is made possible by Purina Pro Plan Veterinary Diets LINKS: Purina Institute CentreSquare: https://www.purinainstitute.com/ Indoor Pet Initiative (cats): https://indoorpet.osu.edu/cats Dr. Andy Roark Exam Room Communication Tool Box Course: https://drandyroark.com/store/ What's on my Scrubs?! Card Game: https://drandyroark.com/training-tools/ Dr. Andy Roark Swag: drandyroark.com/shop All Links: linktr.ee/DrAndyRoark ABOUT OUR GUEST:Dr. Lauren Pagliughi attended Rutgers University for her bachelors of arts and obtained her veterinary degree from Colorado State University. Upon graduation, she completed an internship in Small Animal Medicine and Surgery at Oradell Animal Hospital in NJ. She then joined Absecon Veterinary Hospital, a large general practice in NJ, before joining the Purina family in 2013. Lauren currently resides in Linwood, NJ serving as a veterinary communications manager for Nestlé Purina Petcare. Spreading passion for advanced nutrition, she supports veterinary teaching hospitals throughout the country and provides technical support for Purina's sales consultants. She continues to practice as a relief veterinarian in South Jersey. In addition to nutrition, Lauren has a key interest in small animal surgery. Lauren spends all of her free time with her twin boys Zachary and Felix, and her daughter, Greta. Lauren also enjoys being outdoors mountain biking, surfing, cycling and snowboarding with her children and her husband, Michael. She loves spoiling her lab, Dottie Lou, and her two cats, Cecilia and Daniella. She has a passion for sustainability and helping others to make “green” choices. Dr. Pagliughi went tandem sky diving 3 times when she was 19 years old in hopes to become certified - that did not happen! She has a passion for high intensity sports, like Mountain Biking and Snowboarding. She has a dream of moving to Costa Rica one day.
'The pet equivalent of Hamish & Andy' - Robbie's pet cat, Melvin. This episode is proudly supported by Zylkene from Vetquinol- a safe way to help your dog or cat that may be stressed or have a mild anxiety - safe in the young, the old, the big and the small, in the Canine, or the Feline. This Episode is Also proudly brought to you by Delicate Care, an Australian Made, and Australian Owned diet, focusing on diets for various life stages and disease states. Check out the Website for more details. Did you know that for as little as $2 per month, you can become a Patreon supporter of the podcast. That's only $0.50 per episode! But if you want you can sign up to one of the other options, and get some sweet TVTP merch! With Q&A sessions , outtakes, and bonus episodes available for you to listen to now, sign up and get yourself amongst the fun! If you have any questions that you'd like to ask Lewis and Robbie send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or you can contact us or find us on Instagram, Twitter, or Facebook. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/twovetstalkpets/message
Did you ever have a guest you loved so much that you invited them to come back ASAP? That's how Rita and Linda feel about Pam Roussell. As a cat mom, behavior expert, holistic wellness expert and lover of all things feline, Pam is a wealth of information! Join us as Linda and Rita chat with Pam about mental, physical and emotional health practices, and how color therapy can help your feline friends! EPISODE NOTES: Pam Roussell Returns
In this VETgirl online veterinary continuing education podcast, we interview Dr. Korinn Saker, DACVN about understanding and managing Feline Lower Urinary Tract Disease (FLUTD) versus Feline Urethral Obstruction (UO). What's the clinical presentation and how do we work up these diseases? What role does nutrition play in FLUTD and UO and how can we help treat these all-to-common feline cases?
I love to share with my listeners things that they may not know but could benefit from. Today, I speak with Dr. Jessica Vogelsang who is the chief medical officer of AAHA about what they do and why we, as pet lovers, should care. Did you know that there isn't an enforced standard of care in veterinary hospitals like there is for human hospitals? So how do you know if the care that is provided there complies with the latest medical recommendations? AAHA accreditation is how! AAHA Accreditation is a trusted way for a practice to be voluntarily evaluated by a neutral third party and prove that they are in the top 12% of all veterinary hospitals. I get to find out the scoop straight from the "top dog" at AHAA. Check it out! EPISODE NOTES: What is the American Animal Hospital Association?
In an over the top episode, crazy cat lady Geraldine Pounce argues vehemently for the rights of cats to be President against a stickler from the FEC! Watch the politics fly as they debate black cat racism, bird genocide, and the death of a beer drinking goat! All judged by returning patriot Winston Dirthill! Moderator: Michael Harrison Geraldine Pounce: Abbi Crutchfield Kenneth Staple: Drew Dunn Winston Dirthill: Jake Vevera
Grease is NOT the word . . . Amanda Pierce from the Teen Zone and Ben Sargent from Circulation join Marty for a roundtable discussion of movies that will have you singin' (or cryin') in the rain. Ben and Amanda's recommendations: Amanda--My Best Friend's Exorcism by Grady Hendrix Ben--Players streaming on Paramount+
Dr. Susan and Dr. Jolle discuss recent articles. The first one is deleting the gene that is responsible for the protein to which most people are allergic. A technique called Crisper was used to delete the gen out of cell lines. The second article talks about cats recognizing the other cat's name. If the wrong name was used, the cats were confused.
This podcast will review the unique aspects of OA diagnosis and management in feline patients and introduce Solensia as an FDA approved, targeted therapy for reducing OA pain in cats. Client education and multimodal management are also discussed.
Join Yvonne Brandenburg, RVT, VTS SAIM and Jordan Porter RVT, LVT, VTS SAIM as we talk about: Refeeding syndrome, how to diagnose and treat it. Thanks so much for tuning in. Join us again next week for another episode! Get Access to the Membership Site for your RACE approved CE certificates Sign up at https://internalmedicineforvettechsmembership.com Get Access to the Technician Treasure Trove Sign up at https://imfpp.org/treasuretrove Thanks for listening! – Yvonne and Jordan
This week Michelle Fern chats cats with Tamara Schenk, Author of Soul Cats, an Amazon #1 Best Seller. In this book, Tamara shares the story of her rescued, adopted senior cats, Max, Flix, and Howy, and how they transformed her life from being an analyst to becoming a trauma-clearing master healer and trainer. EPISODE NOTES: Soul Cats – How Feline Friends Teach Us To Live From The Heart
If you've ever wanted to know more about big cats, you will love this episode of 19 Cats and Counting! Rita and Linda talk to Jeanna Hensler from the WildcatSanctuary.org. They focus on giving big cats a sanctuary to live the rest of their lives, as naturally as possible. Their residents include 4 big cats rescued from Tiger King Park, as well as many others rescued from private homes and other facilities. Wildcast Sanctuary works tirelessly to not only care for these cats, but to educate all of us about what these big cats need to thrive, and why they should not be our purrr-sonal pets! EPISODE NOTES: Lions and Tigers and... Lots Of Big Cats!
Dr. Susan and Dr. Jolle are back, and how! They have not done a podcast for a long time so this first one is an update about what is going on in their lives and yes we do talk about cats too! What else?
Feline (32) is vaak bang er niet bij te horen. Ze is bang dat mensen haar stom, irritant of niet leuk vinden. En daarom doet ze extra haar best om leuk, geïnteresseerd en behulpzaam te zijn. Maar dat lijkt vaak juist een tegengesteld effect te hebben. Mensen nemen juist meer afstand of sluiten haar voor haar gevoel zelfs buiten. Wat gebeurt er nou precies in die dynamiek? En wat kan ze eraan veranderen?Wil je Berthold eens live in actie zien? Kom dan naar de Omdenken Theatershow! Samen met vier totaal ontspoorde musici én zijn jongste zoon speelt Berthold de swingende, inspirerende én hilarische voorstelling 'Zoals verwacht loopt alles anders'. Ga naar www.omdenken.nl/theatershow voor de speellijst en kaartjes.
Dr. Brian Holub, chief medical officer at VetCor and Scientific Advisory Board member as well as Director on the Board of the EveryCat Health Foundation explains that feline infectious peritonitis (FIP) can now be cured. This is due greatly to funding from the EveryCat Health Foundation. FIP was until recently considered fatal. Dr. Holub explains how […]
Fall means ticks! Yes, believe it or not, this is actually the worst time of year for our dogs to get tick disease. How do we protect them (and our family)? Veterinary Technician Becky Mossor joins us to talk about all the ways we can stay safe when ticks are lurking. Steve welcomes Brian Holub back to the show to talk more about the EveryCat Health Foundation and the progress that has been made in the fight against Feline Infectious Peritonitis (FIP). Steve helps listeners by phone and email.
In case you missed the first AVMA convention after the COVID hiatus, Dr. Heller and his guests -- Amy Lloyd, VMD, Chaundra Schofield, VMD, and Kelly Dunham, DVM -- cherry pick some of the interesting tidbits they gathered from the lectures they attended in Philly. Show notes: Toxicity: a. Don't ever give cats hydrogen peroxide!!!! Hemorrhagic gastroenteritis/death. NO SAFE AT HOME REMEDY in cats. b. Use dexdomitor 7mcg/kg IM to cause 81% of cats to puke. Hydromorphone SQ can also work 75% of the time. Xylazine less likely. c. Cholestyramine is a great drug to use when trying to detox a patient who ingested a drug or poison that undergoes enterohepatic recirculation. It's a bile acid sequestrant. d. ILE – Intravenous Lipid Emulsion – helps draw out fat soluble toxicants. (most commonly made of soy bean oil) – great for marijuana toxicosis. Hyperlipidemia: a. Fenofibrate (micronized form) 4-10mg/kg BID – should resolve 80-100% of cases by 1 month. Will require lifelong therapy. b. Low fat diet will treat only 25% of cases. Dermatology update: a. Chlorpactin – study showed powdered chlorine 0.4% solution kills MRSP topically in just 10 secs. Chronic UTI: Nitrofurantoin – given nightly for 4 months can help with deep seeded chronic infections. Feline arthritis: a. Dr. Kristen Shaw gave some great resources for both vets and owners to help to identify cats affected by arthritis during her lecture: i. zoetisus.com/oa-pain/feline-exam-videos.aspx (you can also link to dog OA resources from here) ii. Catoachecklist.com iii. Solensiavetteam.com Carrie Jurney gave a lecture on CPR for the veterinary soul – she broke down veterinary personality types, individual tendencies as well as common work place stressors. a. Two great resources she suggested for suicide prevention training were: b. QPR training – www.qprinstitute.com c. American foundation for suicide prevention – https://afsp.org/ d. www.betterhelp.com/nomv - Get matched with a licensed therapist and enjoy a FREE MONTH of professional online counseling e. Psychology today's therapist finder Many filters including language, gender (including option or non-binary), insurance type, price, ethnicity served, sexuality, and faith Injection site sarcomas a. Can include extraskeletal osteosarcoma (I did not know this!) b. 1-2-3 rule: 1. Increasing in size after 1 month 2. Larger than 2 cm 3. Still present 3 months after vaccine c. 42% recurrence rate with COMPLETE EXCISION d. 21.7% metastatic rate Mary Telle – Keratoconjunctivitis Sicca a. **Neurogenic can be caused by long-term otic preparations like Osurnia and Claro** i. Other causes include trauma, neoplasia, otitis, hypothyroidism ii. Usually unilateral and associated with a crusty ipsilateral nostril iii. Pilocarpine 2% ophthalmic solution given orally at a dose of 1 drop per 10 kgs PO bid to start, but may need to increase based on response iv. Since it is a parasympathomimetic drug, need to watch for toxicity including salivation, vomiting, diarrhea, bradycardia, and weakness
This week Michelle Fern chats with Sebastiaan Bol, owner of the Cowboy Cat Ranch in Texas, where they do (cat-friendly) research on cat-attracting plants and just published a new paper with lots of interesting results, for both the general public and scientists. EPISODE NOTES: Yippie Ki-Yay! It's The Cowboy Cat Ranch!
Lauren and JJ discuss the treatment of high-rise syndrome - falls of more than two stories - in cats, including some amazing survival stores about falls over twenty stories! References: 1. Buriko Y: High-rise syndrome. International Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Symposium 2018 Proceedings. 2. Whitney W, Mehlhaff C: High-rise syndrome in cats. Journal of the American Veteirnary Medical Association, 1987; 191(11): 1399-1403. 3. Gordon L, Thacher C, Kapatkin A: High-rise syndrome in dogs: 81 cases (1985-1991). Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, 1993; 202(1): 118-122. 4. Vnuk D. Feline high-rise syndrome: 119 cases (1998–2001). J Feline Med Surg. 2004;6(5):305–312. 5. Papazoglou LG, Galatos AD, Patsikas MN, et al.: High-rise syndrome in cats: 207 cases (1988-1998). Australian Veterinary Practitioner, 2001; 31(3): 98-102.
This is a repeat episode of our most listened-to podcast with Dr. Panos Xenoulis where we focus on feline pancreatitis, and the best news is that next week we will be back with a brand new episode to start our 5th year of podcasting!
"Such knowledge!!" Rolling Bone Magazine This episode is proudly supported by Zylkene from Vetquinol- a safe way to help your dog or cat that may be stressed or have a mild anxiety - safe in the young, the old, the big and the small, in the Canine, or the Feline. This Episode is Also proudly brought to you by Delicate Care, an Australian Made, and Australian Owned diet, focusing on diets for various life stages and disease states. Check out the Website for more details. Did you know that for as little as $2 per month, you can become a Patreon supporter of the podcast. That's only $0.50 per episode! But if you want you can sign up to one of the other options, and get some sweet TVTP merch! With Q&A sessions , outtakes, and bonus episodes available for you to listen to now, sign up and get yourself amongst the fun! If you have any questions that you'd like to ask Lewis and Robbie send us an email at email@example.com, or you can contact us or find us on Instagram, Twitter, or Facebook. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/twovetstalkpets/message
Feline Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy in cats has long been a deadly disease with no answers. Now, thanks to research funded in part by the EveryCat Health Foundation, we are finding answers and even cures! Dr. Brian Holub joins the show to talk about the latest. Far too many Americans are homeless and it's sad to see in any city across America. Many people who are struggling with housing actually have pets and for some they are a lifeline. Dr. John Geller joins us to talk about the Street Dog Coalition, which tries to provide care for these animals. Steve answers listener questions via phone and email.
Cancer warrior Aarti Sondhi shares how she sets the positivity bar so high while battling Stage 4 breast cancerHave you moved overseas or are you planning to do so? The author of Let's Move Abroad joins us to talk about the guidebook that makes moving overseas easyWe're also exploring the negative effects of household chemicals on our health with Diane O'Keeffe from Enjo DubaiThaely's founder Ashay Bhave talks about their passion for sustainability that resulted in sneakers manufactured from waste plastic bags, with one school in Dubai making it a part of their uniform.And on our weekly Pets and Vets, Dr Michelle Enslin from Boehringer Ingelheim in South Africa answers all your questions about parasites infection and more.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
If you haven't met Molly DeVoss yet, you are in for a treat! It took us months to get time on her busy schedule, but it was well worth it! As a Certified Feline Behaviorist, Molly is the owner of Cat Behavior Solutions, helping those kitties both in their homes and in the shelters. Cat behavior is not her only focus; Molly is also a Certified Reiki Master. On this episode of 19 Cats and Counting Molly discusses how Reiki can help our feline friends and improve their health and well-being. Tune in and hear all about it. You may find yourself looking for a Reiki master for your favorite furry friend... or even for yourself! EPISODE NOTES: Cat Behavior Solutions
Join Yvonne Brandenburg, RVT, VTS SAIM and Jordan Porter RVT, LVT, VTS SAIM as we talk about: We talk about the dreaded corona virus… but no, not COVID, Feline Corona Virus that we vaccinate for! Why do we vaccinate for it? Let us tell you. Resources We Mentioned in the Show Feline Enteric Coronavirus. Merck Manual. Alex Gallagher, DVM, MS, DACVIM (SAIM), Department of Small Animal Clinical Sciences, College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Florida. Last full review/revision Jun 2020 | Content last modified Oct 2020 Retrieved from https://www.merckvetmanual.com/digestive-system/diseases-of-the-stomach-and-intestines-in-small-animals/feline-enteric-coronavirus?query=coronavirus Feline Coronavirus (FCoV) RT-PCR. Cornell University. https://www.vet.cornell.edu/animal-health-diagnostic-center/veterinary-support/disease-information/feline-coronavirus Buonavoglia C, Decaro N, Martella V, Elia G, Campolo M, Desario C, Castagnaro M, Tempesta M. Canine coronavirus highly pathogenic for dogs. Emerg Infect Dis. 2006 Mar;12(3):492-4. doi: 10.3201/eid1203.050839. PMID: 16704791; PMCID: PMC3291441.https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3291441/ Thanks so much for tuning in. Join us again next week for another episode! Want to earn some RACE approved CE credits for listening to the podcast? You can earn between 0.5-1.0 hour of RACE approved CE credit for each podcast episode you listen to. Join the Internal Medicine For Vet Techs Membership to earn and keep track of your continuing education hours as you get your learn on! Join now! http://internalmedicineforvettechsmembership.com/ Get Access to the Membership Site for your RACE approved CE certificates Sign up at https://internalmedicineforvettechsmembership.com Get Access to the Technician Treasure Trove Sign up at https://imfpp.org/treasuretrove Thanks for listening! – Yvonne and Jordan
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Join the guys for the answers to all of life's big questions. Can you trick a cat to get a lady off with a laser pointer? Why isn't there a vagina store called "Lips" in the mall? Did Chris get cucked in back in Arizona by Dave the Bull? Will Jessie Bates play for the Bengals this year? What would it feel like to have hot sauce shot down your pee hole? Can Chris stop saying homosexual slurs? Would you share a plate of nachos with a lady that has sex with dogs? All these questions are answered and much more. Tune in, spunk bubblers.
This is a repeat episode of a while ago with our amazing guest Dr. Panos Xenoulis. He is one of the world's most famous pancreas experts, especially when we talk about cats (and that is all we do!). Panos lives in Greece and did most of his graduate work in the US and worked at Texas A&M for more than 10 years. We discuss how cats are different in showing signs of pancreatitis and discuss the most common tests to diagnose this disease. Whoever thought that pancreatitis is not common in the cat, listen up! The topic was requested by a faithful listener, so thank you for that suggestion.
In Gone But Not Furgotten, the next entry in Cate Conte's beloved Cat Café Mystery Series, feline expert and series protagonist Maddie James takes readers out of the comfort of her cozy café and into the nitty gritty of animal rescue. This week Michelle Fern chats with Cate about her newest Cat Café book, her past and present cats and what's coming up next! EPISODE NOTES: Cate Conte's Newest Cat Café Mystery: Gone But Not Furgotten
For our seventh episode in our Cryptids season, we're going to talk about feline cryptids! This is the category for all feline or cat based cryptids. Cats are well-represented in cryptozoology and cryptid cats have been the sole subject of a variety of cryptozoological works. Mystery cats fall into various categories with different possible explanations, including alien big cats, undocumented hybrids and colour morphs, emergent species, possible undescribed species, and theoretical survivals of prehistoric cats. They may also be classified as distinct types, such as spotted lions, dark leopards, or speckled jaguars. (Hint: At least you have nine lives.) Don't forget to follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter! https://www.facebook.com/thisstrangeworldpodcast/ https://www.instagram.com/thisstrangeworldpodcast/ https://twitter.com/thisstrangepod/ And check out more This Strange World links here: https://linktr.ee/thisstrangeworldpodcast A High Tops Media Podcast You can follow for more High Tops Media content on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter: @hightopsmedia Check out more podcasts on our website https://hightops.media Sources https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/cryptid https://cryptidz.fandom.com/wiki/Category:Feline https://cryptidarchives.fandom.com/wiki/Cats_in_cryptozoology https://cryptidz.fandom.com/wiki/Fearsome_Critters https://cryptidz.fandom.com/wiki/Cactus_Cat https://cryptidz.fandom.com/wiki/Sliver_Cat https://cryptidz.fandom.com/wiki/Santer https://cryptidz.fandom.com/wiki/Wampus_Cat
Join Yvonne Brandenburg, RVT, VTS SAIM and Jordan Porter RVT, LVT, VTS SAIM as we talk about: Heartworm Disease in dogs and cats, how to diagnose and treat it. Thanks so much for tuning in. Join us again next week for another episode! Get Access to the Membership Site for your RACE approved CE certificates Sign up at https://internalmedicineforvettechsmembership.com Get Access to the Technician Treasure Trove Sign up at https://imfpp.org/treasuretrove Thanks for listening! – Yvonne and Jordan
"Possibly the best episode ever" Anonymous. This episode is proudly supported by Zylkene from Vetquinol- a safe way to help your dog or cat that may be stressed or have a mild anxiety - safe in the young, the old, the big and the small, in the Canine, or the Feline. This Episode is Also proudly brought to you by Delicate Care, an Australian Made, and Australian Owned diet, focusing on diets for various life stages and disease states. Check out the Website for more details. Did you know that for as little as $2 per month, you can become a Patreon supporter of the podcast. That's only $0.50 per episode! But if you want you can sign up to one of the other options, and get some sweet TVTP merch! With Q&A sessions , outtakes, and bonus episodes available for you to listen to now, sign up and get yourself amongst the fun! If you have any questions that you'd like to ask Lewis and Robbie send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or you can contact us or find us on Instagram, Twitter, or Facebook. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/twovetstalkpets/message
This week on the show, Petrendologist Charlotte Reed and Michael Fleck, DVM talk with University of Colorado State University guests. Michael Lapin, DVM talks about feline vaccinations and Rushika Perrera, Ph.D., speaks about how global warming affects mosquito-borne illnesses in our pets.
Join Yvonne Brandenburg, RVT, VTS SAIM and Jordan Porter RVT, LVT, VTS SAIM as we talk about: Feline Panleukopenia and how it's like Canine Parvo, but it is its own disease. Question of the Week Have you successfully treated Blastomycosis and let me know your protocol? Resources We Mentioned in the Show Feline panleukopenia. AVMA. Retrieved on 8-5-2022 from https://www.avma.org/resources-tools/pet-owners/petcare/feline-panleukopenia Feline Panleukopenia: (Feline Infectious Enteritis, Feline Parvoviral Enteritis). Richard A. Squires, BVSc (Hons), PhD, James Cook University Retrieved on 8-5-2022 from https://www.merckvetmanual.com/generalized-conditions/feline-panleukopenia/feline-panleukopenia Sykes JE. Feline Panleukopenia Virus Infection and Other Viral Enteritides. Canine and Feline Infectious Diseases. 2014:187–94. doi: 10.1016/B978-1-4377-0795-3.00019-3. Epub 2013 Aug 26. PMCID: PMC7151839. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7151839/ Thanks so much for tuning in. Join us again next week for another episode! Get Access to the Membership Site for your RACE approved CE certificates Sign up at https://internalmedicineforvettechsmembership.com Get Access to the Technician Treasure Trove Sign up at https://imfpp.org/treasuretrove Thanks for listening! – Yvonne and Jordan
Did you know that great than 70% of of the immune system of dogs and cats resides in their gastrointestinal tract? This is one of the many reasons that dogs and cats maintaining a healthy gut is an essential componenent to maintaining optimal overall health. In this episode, Dr. Roger discusses the importance of GI health in dogs and cats and offers advice on simple, natural ways you can maximize the health of your pet's GI. Dr. Roger Welton is a practicing veterinarian and media personality, owner of two veterinary clinics located in the Florida Space Coast, and author of the top selling book, The Man In The White Coat. Dr. Roger selects listener emails to be addressed on the air, so if interested in having your voice heard on the podcast, email comments or questions to email@example.com. For more content from Dr. Roger visit his blogs at Web-DVM.net
Veterinary cardiologist Dr. Mac is back on the podcast! We are talking about an 8 year-old Maine Coon Cat named Jerry who came in for limping... and who happens to have a very large heart on radiographs. How concerned should we be? How much deeper should we investigate? What do we tell the owners? This and more coming up in this episode of the Cone of Shame! LINKS: Purdue University College of Veterinary Medicine: https://vet.purdue.edu/ Believing We Can - Leading a Solution Oriented Team: https://unchartedvet.com/product/solution-oriented-team-workshop/ Dr. Andy Roark Exam Room Communication Tool Box Course: https://drandyroark.com/store/ What's on my Scrubs?! Card Game: https://drandyroark.com/training-tools/ Dr. Andy Roark Swag: drandyroark.com/shop All Links: linktr.ee/DrAndyRoark ABOUT OUR GUEST: Dr. McManamey (aka Dr. Mac) is a veterinary cardiologist. She received her degree of veterinary medicine from the University of Missouri. She then completed a rotating internship at the Ohio State University followed by an emergency and critical care internship at North Carolina State University. She finished her cardiology residency at North Carolina State University and became an ACVIM diplomate in 2021. Dr. Mac is currently an assistant clinical professor at Purdue University in Indiana. Cardiology is her favorite subject because it can be made as simple or as complex as needed. Furthermore, every animal has a heart and that means Dr. Mac gets to work with all kinds of species. Her areas of interest within cardiology are echocardiogram, congenital heart disease and interventional procedures, as well as emergency management of cardiac disease. She has a very supportive and patient husband along with three canine fur-children, one of which had a patent ductus arteriosus (of course).
Michelle Fern is joined by Certified Feline Training and Behavior Specialist Molly DeVoss about turning shelter cats from scared and shut down to adoptable as well as how to train your own kitties using Vitakraft Lick ‘n Lap cat treats. Cat treats are not only a great healthy addition to cats' diets, adding in nutrients, but are also a wonderful training and bonding tool. A happy, well behaved, and healthy cat means a happy and healthy family. Also, when cats are loved and well trained, the chances of them ending up in the street or shelter are much lower. Too many cats are left uncared for and thus cats have the highest euthanasia rate. EPISODE NOTES: Teaching Tips With Treat Training
Dr. Sarah Heath is joining us for this short summer cat bite. Taped in beautiful Rhodes, Greece, during ISFM. Dr. Sarah Heath is from the UK and talks about cat behavior and the importance of thinking about the health triad: the interplay between emotional, cognitive, and physical health. One of the topics is zero pain in cats. A cool 10 minutes in the Greek heat of summer.
Christian Clemente of Auburn Undercover makes his Observer podcast debut to talk about what went down for Auburn football during Big Cat Weekend and what to expect in the near future on the trail.Christian breaks down the Tigers’ two 2024 commitments — cornerback A’mon Lane and quarterback Adrian Posse — and discusses which 2023 players could be the next to join the fold. What’s going on with Bryan Harsin and his staff’s recruiting strategy? Are the low numbers a reason to panic, or should there still be some optimism among the fan base? Christian answers all these questions and more.The episode concludes with a look at Auburn basketball’s upcoming tour of Israel, which tips off Tuesday with a matchup against the U-20 national team in Jerusalem. What are the guys wanting to see from the Tigers overseas, and what do they expect from the four newcomers in orange and blue?Follow Christian (@CClemente247), Justin (@JFergusonAU) and Painter (@paintsharpless) on Twitter.If you’re receiving this free podcast episode and would like to upgrade to a paid subscription that gives you access to all stories and premium podcast episodes — including today’s newsletter on Yohan Traore — subscribe using the button below or clicking this link.Photo Credit: @AmonLane2/Twitter This is a public episode. If you’d like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit www.auburnobserver.com/subscribe
In today's VETgirl podcast, we interview Dr. Deb Greco, PhD, DACVIM about diabetes mellitus in cats. Is there anything we as veterinary professionals can do better at identifying and monitoring cats that are either at risk or have preclinical diabetes? What can we do to work with our pet owners to keep cats from progressing to diabetes mellitus? Is there anything we can implement early - or even preemptively - to minimize the predisposition for insulin resistance? What are the odds of diabetic remission in cats? Learn long-term management - including dietary management, monitoring and tapering of insulin - in this VETgirl podcast!