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Latest Episodes

Patti Strand, National Animal Interest Alliance
February 17, 2020

I hope we made a new friend today, because Patti Strand, president of the National Animal Interest Alliance, was certainly educational and well-spoken on a wide range of companion animal and shelter issues.

Caplan: Smart Dog Collar Comparison
February 17, 2020

A quick discussion and comparison of the Fi Smart Dog Collar and the Whistler GO Rover collar.

Podcast: Dr. Villalobos asks “Does your sick pet still have Quality of Life?”
February 09, 2020

Dr. Alice Villalobos Veterinary oncologist Dr. Alice Villalobos has prepared two pet Quality of Life Scales (below) to give pet parents and professionals an objective way to assess the effects of cancer, aging,

Rescuer Sharon Lohman on Paws for Life prison dog program
February 07, 2020

Sharon Lohman, founder and president of New Beginnings for Merced County Animals has been in prison this week and couldn't be happier. Sharon recorded this podcast with us before her three-day visit this week to the Lancaster State Prison in support of...

Alley Cat Allies at 30: Pres Becky Robinson
February 04, 2020

Becky Robinson and Friend On this podcast, Becky Robinson, founder and president of Alley Cat Allies, talks about improving the status of feral or "community cats."  She founded the organization 30 years ago and, during that time,

Dogwalker: What a pro knows/Josh Stephens
February 03, 2020

PODCAST -- The best thing you can do for your canine today -- after the obvious "feed" and "protect" and "let out to potty" -- is walk your dog. I bet that most owners, including myself, who should be walking their canines are not.

Canine Influenza, All that you MUST know
January 08, 2020

Dr. Kelly Diehl, Morris Animal Foundation After a hot and sometimes fatal start 20 years ago, Canine Influenza (aka "Dog Flu") has been getting renewed attention lately. While a vaccine is now available, it can be confusing for owners to decide if thei...

Podcast: Rescue Express takes homeless pets to new homes, 20,000 saved
December 17, 2019

Rescue Express is a non-profit rescue tranport service that every two weeks hauls up to 400 homeless pets from Southern California and the Central Valley to rescues and shelters in the Pacific Northwest that have more adopters available than animals av...

Podcast: Can these dogs be saved?
December 16, 2019

This is a classic example of several things done wrong, the end result of which may very likely be euthanasia for two senior dogs. They were not properly socialized and received no training. And then a new adopter got them.

Easy Pet Fence Can Save Pets’ Lives
December 05, 2019

Easy Pet Fence sells install-it-yourself specialized fencing intended to keep dogs, cats, chickens, and other animals where they are supposed to be.