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Dr. Kat Gone to the Dogs on Pet Life Radio (PetLifeRadio.com)

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Dogs are a gift. They amaze us every day. They are loyal friends and noble protectors. We live with them, but do we really know them? Find out all kinds of interesting things about dogs and how to keep them happy and healthy. We will explore dogs and the people who love them. What does science teach us about dogs? What questions have you always wanted to ask your vet? We examine all things canine and help dog lovers learn new and interesting dog things. We talk with new and exciting people and the common thread is always a love of dogs. For dogs’ sake, let’s have some terrier-ific fun together on this radio show/ podcast!

Dogs are a gift. They amaze us every day. They are loyal friends and noble protectors. We live with them, but do we really know them? Find out all kinds of interesting things about dogs and how to keep them happy and healthy. We will explore dogs and the people who love them. What does science teach us about dogs? What questions have you always wanted to ask your vet? We examine all things canine and help dog lovers learn new and interesting dog things. We talk with new and exciting people and the common thread is always a love of dogs. For dogs’ sake, let’s have some terrier-ific fun together on this radio show/ podcast!

Location:

United States

Description:

Dogs are a gift. They amaze us every day. They are loyal friends and noble protectors. We live with them, but do we really know them? Find out all kinds of interesting things about dogs and how to keep them happy and healthy. We will explore dogs and the people who love them. What does science teach us about dogs? What questions have you always wanted to ask your vet? We examine all things canine and help dog lovers learn new and interesting dog things. We talk with new and exciting people and the common thread is always a love of dogs. For dogs’ sake, let’s have some terrier-ific fun together on this radio show/ podcast!

Language:

English

Contact:

954-547-0941


Episodes

Dr. Kat Gone to the Dogs - Episode 25 National Dog Day! Ways to Celebrate With Grrrr-Eat Tips and Good Dental Health!

8/26/2020
Today I get to talk to Chris Koski about National Dog Day and why it's ‘a thing’, and she shares with us information about a promising new product to help keep dogs' dental health top notch. You will learn about some common sense tips to keep dogs happy and healthy, but also you may be inspired to try this new product that could be an easy and safe way to help. EPISODE NOTES: National Dog Day! Ways to Celebrate With Grrrr-Eat Tips and Good Dental Health

Duration:00:19:18

Dr. Kat Gone to the Dogs - Episode 24 Tips For Keeping Pets Happy And Healthy During Self Quarantine

4/14/2020
Dr. Sally Foote, veterinary behaviorist, joins me today and tells her tips for making this difficult time fun time with your pets. Don't you want ways to have fun with your pets while you are bored? Are there better ways to do this? Dr. Foote talks about DIY games that you can do to entertain pets while you are teleconferencing and things that kids can do to engage pets and keep everyone safe and happy. I bet you haven't thought about how your pets are going to adjust when things go back to...

Duration:00:31:58

Dr. Kat Gone to the Dogs - Episode 23 When Minutes Matter

1/8/2020
All dog owners should know how to respond in the event of an illness or injury. You are your pet's first responder and how you react to a situation until you can get to the veterinarian can be critical. We spend some time with Arden Moore who is a master certified pet first aid and CPR specialist to find out her advice. What should you have on hand to prepare on the case of an injury or illness in your pet? What do you need to know? How do you check your pet's vital signs? Find out these...

Duration:00:22:46

Dr. Kat Gone to the Dogs - Episode 22 Sneak Peak Adventure

12/13/2019
I was invited to join the VetCandy podcast, In Other News. Ever wonder what vets talk about behind the scenes? This is a podcast for veterinary professionals, but it has value for pet owners too. Check it out. It was really fun! EPISODE NOTES: Sneak Peak Adventure

Duration:00:37:16

Dr. Kat Gone to the Dogs - Episode 21 Ripped From The Headlines

11/15/2019
Do you know why your physician cannot do surgery on your pet? Would you even want them to? We have some breaking news about a group that enlisted human physicians to perform surgeries on pets and some of the consequence and backlash. We use this headline to open a conversation with Dr. Courtney Campbell, board certified veterinary surgeon, about why this might not be a good idea and how to find alternatives. EPISODE NOTES: Ripped From The Headlines on Pet Life Radio

Duration:00:33:31

Dr. Kat Gone to the Dogs - Episode 20 Tips To Keep Your Home Clean For You And Your Dog

7/26/2019
Stephanie Richardson is animal lover and entrepreneur. She is the co-founder of The Moxie Maids in Atlanta, GA and she is willing to share her tips to keep your home safe, fresh smelling, and clean for you and your dog. There are special issues that a dog lover understands and Stephanie has some ideas about how to make cleaning easy on you and your dog. From how to choose the surfaces in your home to ways to find hidden sources of odor, this episode is loaded with useful tips. Did you know...

Duration:00:12:44

Dr. Kat Gone to the Dogs - Episode 19 Safe Surfing

7/10/2019
Do you see pet care info online and social media? Do you believe what you read? After a while, if you see something enough, your brain starts to accept it as fact, but what if it isn’t and could hurt your dog? Don’t you owe it to them to find out how to tell? Today’s episode features Eric Garcia, founder of Simply Done Tech Solutions (and internet guru) as we talk about how to be smart about what you learn online. Not only is your dog’s safety at stake on the internet, but so is your own...

Duration:00:19:40

Dr. Kat Gone to the Dogs - Episode 18 What Fleas Do Not Want You To Know About Them

6/10/2019
Why do you care if your pet has fleas? Find out from Andrew Woods, senior veterinary student. What are the secrets about a flea life cycle that you should know to help get rid of them? You might be surprised. What diseases come from fleas? Fleas are certainly a source of some of the most common complaints treated in veterinary hospitals all over the country. Find out the information that you need to be well armed in the battle against fleas. Could your pet be itchy from fleas, even if you do...

Duration:00:15:22

Dr. Kat Gone to the Dogs - Episode 17 The C Word

4/17/2019
Cancer is a scary word, but may not be as scary as you think for your dog. Today’s guest is the amazing Dr. Sue Ettinger, veterinary oncologist. The more you know about cancer, the more empowered you feel when thinking about protecting your pets. Dr. Sue explains what cancer is and what pet lovers can do to help their pets live longer and better lives. She tells us what we need to watch for and when to talk to your veterinarian. She even has resources for pet owners to use whether they...

Duration:00:19:54

Dr. Kat Gone to the Dogs - Episode 16 Who is Your Dog?

3/11/2019
Did you know that there is a personality test for dogs? Many people have been personality tested in their jobs and we can learn a lot about ourselves from these tests, but now there is a test for dogs called CBARQ, the canine behavior assessment questionnaire. We talk with Dr. James Serpell, the designer of the test to find out more. The CBARQ database at the University of Pennsylvania now contains detailed behavioral evaluations for approximately 50,000 pet dogs comprising more than 300...

Duration:00:19:14

Dr. Kat Gone to the Dogs - Episode 15 The Raw Data

2/18/2019
Heard the hype about feeding your dog a raw diet? The virtues of feeding your dog a more natural raw diet are extolled on the internet and in the headlines, but what is the real truth? There are pros and cons. Find out what science says so that you can weigh out what is right for you and your fur-friend. Dr. Joe Bartges, DVM, PhD, DACVIM, DACVN joins us on this episode to look at the facts surrounding going raw. Keep your pet and your family safe and healthy when Dr. Kat finds experts to...

Duration:00:23:58

Dr. Kat Gone to the Dogs - Episode 14 Urgent: Do You Know About These Dangers Lurking in Your Home?

1/7/2019
You think that your home is the safest place for your dog, right? There ARE dangers in your home and you need to know what they are. We talk with Dr. Tom Day who is a specialist in Emergency and Critical care for pets. He shares which are the most common household reasons he sees dogs in his ER practice. These emergencies are preventable with a little forethought, but how can you plan if you don’t know? From medications to plants to things that seem ok, Dr. Day and I are here to...

Duration:00:24:27

Dr. Kat Gone to the Dogs - Episode 13 5 Ways to Tell When it is Time to Say Goodbye

12/14/2018
Everyone that loves a pet knows that the day will come to say goodbye and sometimes, the choice will fall to you. How can you decide? When is too soon? When is too late? We wish we could ask them. On today’s episode, we talk with Dr. Cherie Buisson who is a hospice veterinarian. She shares with us her experience and expertise to help us all make the best choices for our fur-ever friends. Our dogs actually do communicate with us, but not in words and we can miss the signs. Learn tips and what...

Duration:00:28:47

Dr. Kat Gone to the Dogs - Episode 12 Dog Lovers: There is Something That You Should Know

11/8/2018
There is a company who mission is to help dogs and the people who love them and guess what? It works! They are successful and responsible. It can be done. We talk to Marshall Morris, COO of iheartdogs, about how he got where he is and why he and his entire company are driven by a philanthropic mission. You are going to buy dog gear and gifts. Why not do it in a way that is socially responsible and gives back? Find out what led the creation of the mission, what initiatives the company...

Duration:00:23:21

Dr. Kat Gone to the Dogs - Episode 11 Bone Up on your Dog’s Orthopedic Health

10/16/2018
Dogs depend on their skeletons to carry them through their days and their lives. Being able to move, free from pain, is critical to a good quality of life. In this show, we talk with Dr. David Dycus, DVM, MS, CCRP, DACVS. Dr. Dycus is a small animal orthopedic surgeon and an expert in bones and joints for our pets. What is most common cause of limping in a dog? How do you know when to seek veterinary help? Is there anything you can do? Dr. Dycus shares his own experience in treating dogs...

Duration:00:27:54

Dr. Kat Gone to the Dogs - Episode 10 Animal Emergency 911!!

9/24/2018
How do you know when your dog has a true emergency? How can you know which signs can wait for your regular vet to be open or need to be seen at 3 am at the animal ER? Every dog owner needs to listen to this podcast. It might be the difference between life and death and could save you hundreds of dollars too! Join me with Dr. Chris Byers, critical care DVM, as we discuss the most common presentations he sees in his ER and what signs the pet parent might see to help them decide when to seek...

Duration:00:21:39

Dr. Kat Gone to the Dogs - Episode 9 Who Are the People in your Vet Hospital?

8/29/2018
When we think of an animal hospital, we think of the animals being cared for there, but have you given much thought to the people there. Who are they? What is their role? Do they have any special training or credentials? Are there tasks they cannot legally perform? We talk with Liz Hughston, MEd,CVT, RVT,VTS about what you need to know about your dog’s healthcare team and how you can be an active part of it to give your friend the best care possible. More details on this episode MP3...

Duration:00:25:06

Dr. Kat Gone to the Dogs - Episode 8 Ever Feel Like You Need a Guidebook to Dog Ownership?

8/13/2018
Well, that’s because you do! There is so much to know and infectious diseases are so important. You need to know what is out there and what you can do to protect your dog. Now you can and for FREE! The Pet Parents Guide to Infectious Disease is a free download. There are things that can kill your dog and even things that can kill you both. The Pet Parents Guide is a crash course of high quality info that ALL dog lovers need. I had the honor of co-authoring it with Dr. Courtney Campbell...

Duration:00:26:22

Dr. Kat Gone to the Dogs - Episode 7 A MUST HAVE for Dog Lovers!

6/22/2018
Did you know that the things you expose your dog to (or fail to) can damage her brain? We have been blissfully unaware of the emotional well-being of dogs and how we can set them up for a happier and longer life. From Fearful to Fear Free is your handbook to help you insure your dog is well adjusted, whether puppy or adult. There are many guide books for making sure dogs are physically healthy, but this one is unique in how it gives tips and advice for helping and healing the WHOLE dog....

Duration:00:24:43

Dr. Kat Gone to the Dogs - Episode 6 The Eyes Have It!

6/5/2018
Most dogs have eyes and as pet lovers, we want to keep them healthy. We talk with a veterinary ophthalmologist, Dr. Bill Miller, and find out what every dog lover needs to watch for as warning signs that your dog needs help. Find out the common ocular problems for pets and what we can do to help. From watery eyes to red eyes, we talk about what you need to know to save your dog's vision and keep him/her happy and comfortable. More details on this episode MP3 Podcast - The Eyes Have It on...

Duration:00:18:01