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P.A.W.S. Radio celebrates the ever-important human-animal bond. Blending Eastern and Western medical practices, Dr. Randy augments his over 30 years of traditional veterinary experience, as both a practice owner and accomplished practitioner, through the completion and certification in complementary modalities. These therapies include acupuncture, Chinese herbal medicine and physical rehabilitation therapy. Dr. Randy’s gift is seeing the big picture, embracing the concept of optimum health and accurate diagnoses, caring for the whole animal, not simply treating disease symptoms. P.A.W.S. Radio entertains, empowers and educates listeners, allowing them to make informed choices and participate in their pet's care.

P.A.W.S. Radio – Dr. Randy Aronson, VMD, CCRT Web Talk Radio

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P.A.W.S. Radio celebrates the ever-important human-animal bond. Blending Eastern and Western medical practices, Dr. Randy augments his over 30 years of traditional veterinary experience, as both a practice owner and accomplished practitioner, through the completion and certification in complementary modalities. These therapies include acupuncture, Chinese herbal medicine and physical rehabilitation therapy. Dr. Randy’s gift is seeing the big picture, embracing the concept of optimum health and accurate diagnoses, caring for the whole animal, not simply treating disease symptoms. P.A.W.S. Radio entertains, empowers and educates listeners, allowing them to make informed choices and participate in their pet's care.

    PAWS Radio – Dr. Randy Radio Pet Vet – Spay and Neuter, Scooter

    PAWS Radio – Dr. Randy Radio Pet Vet – Spay and Neuter, Scooter

    On this installment of Radio Pet Vet, Dr. Randy and Paul discuss the issues of canine and feline overpopulation and the challenges of shelter funding with Pima Animal Care Center’s Dr. Jen Wilcox. Paul discusses the need for education regarding overpopulation. Dr. Randy also reaches out to Dr. Larry Shamus from Cortaro Equine regarding pigeon fever in horses and what medications to use. Paul talks about safe driving, and the dangers of unsecured pets in the car. Other topics discussed include the treatment and management of kidney disease in your pets, the various infections affecting the skin and how to remedy the problem, what it means when dogs “scoot", as well as how to deal with joint problems in elderly pets.

    • 1 Std. 23 Min.
    P.A.W.S. Radio – Dr. Randy Radio Pet Vet – Michigan J. Frog Effect

    P.A.W.S. Radio – Dr. Randy Radio Pet Vet – Michigan J. Frog Effect

    On this segment of Radio Pet Ve (www.radiopetvet.com)t Dr. Randy along with co-host Paul, dog trainer of 40 years, answer questions and concerns relating to pet health, nutrition, and behavior. Dr. Randy reminds us of the importance of ensuring that new pets are healthy before introducing them to the “rest of the family,” answering questions from our listeners regarding FIV and Infectious Canine Tracheobronchitis (more commonly known as “Kennel Cough”). Paul tells an amusing story of a dog that takes cues from Michigan J. Frog. Despite the owner’s description of naughty behavior and their attempts to recreate challenging situations for this Standard Poodle – it behaves perfectly when in the presence of Paul. Additional topics discussed on this week’s Radio Pet Vet include: options for a dog with laryngeal paralysis, traveling with your pet, solutions for a smelly dog, possible esophagus/intestinal ulcers, and drinking from the pool.

    • 1 Std. 45 Min.
    P.A.W.S. Radio – Dr. Randy Pet Vet: Calming Remedies

    P.A.W.S. Radio – Dr. Randy Pet Vet: Calming Remedies

    This week on Radio Pet Vet Dr. Randy (http://www.radiopetvet.com) and co-host Paul discuss calming remedies for our stressed pets, both canine and feline. And as always, answer our listeners’ questions and concerns regarding their pets’ health, nutrition, and behavior. Topics on this episode of Dr. Randy Radio Pet Vet include: Are some supplements too good to be true? correct dosing of supplements, where to buy Crystal Stone Formula, fear aggression, stress of moving, pet grief, calming products: Thunder Shirts/Anxiety Wraps, Pheromones, and supplements that can help to calm pets.

    During our second hour Dr. Randy reminisces about his Philly Zoo rotation and his encounter with a roaring lion, no worries – it was sedated. A listener gives a shout-out to Paul for giving him some great advice and an effective healing exercise that has made walking more enjoyable. Other topics covered include: a medical vs. behavior issue concerning the acceptance of a new pet into the house, what to do when you come across a stray dog, and Dr. Randy gives advice on what to do when your pet has an eye emergency.

    • 1 Std. 21 Min.
    P.A.W.S. Radio: Journey to Healing

    P.A.W.S. Radio: Journey to Healing

    Dr. Randy (http://www.radiopetvvet.com) is joined by special guest Linda Johns founder of Journey to Healing (http://journeytohealing.com) where she makes her healing skills available for both people and animals. With her natural psychic and intuitive abilities, clairvoyant insights and compassion, Linda has worked in the field of alternative healing for over 25 years.  On this segment of Radio Pet Vet our listeners call in to get insights into the emotional, physical, and behavioral issues their pets are experiencing through renowned animal communicator Linda Johns. Also, Dr. Randy and Paul answer our listeners’ questions and concerns.Topics covered include: dog scratched by barbed wire – antibiotics/tetanus, caring for elderly feline’s teeth, canine with nasal obstruction, pica – medical or behavioral issue, a canine’s strange eating rituals, training feral cats, after eye-surgery care, and canine liver enzymes.

     

    • 1 Std. 21 Min.
    P.A.W.S. Radio – Dr. Julie Mayer is filling in for Dr. Randy along with resident co-host/dog trainer Paul Blaushild this week on Radio Pet Vet, as Dr. Randy enjoys the second week of his vacation.

    P.A.W.S. Radio – Dr. Julie Mayer is filling in for Dr. Randy along with resident co-host/dog trainer Paul Blaushild this week on Radio Pet Vet, as Dr. Randy enjoys the second week of his vacation.

    Dr. Mayer is certified in veterinary acupuncture, veterinary chiropractic, and canine rehabilitation, is a Reiki practitioner and continuously seeks education in the growing field of integrative care and physical rehabilitation. She had appeared on numerous network news programs, published articles, and she also serves as a guest lecturer at veterinary continuing education seminars on rehabilitation and complementary veterinary medicine. Dr. Mayer serves on the Board of Directors of the American Association of Rehabilitation Veterinarians and is a member of the American Canine Sports Medicine Association, the American Association of Veterinary Nutrition, and many other veterinarian associations. Dr. Julie Mayer works to combine conventional and complementary treatment modalities providing the ultimate in an integrative healing experience.

    Together, Dr. Julie and Paul answer our listeners’ questions and concerns regarding their pets’ health, nutrition, and behavior. Topics covered in this segment include: pet jealousy, the importance of using a cone after neutering, exotic pets, animal husbandry, and inappropriate urination.

    • 30 Min.
    P.A.W.S. Radio – Dr. Randy Radio Pet Vet: Cat’s away – mice will…

    P.A.W.S. Radio – Dr. Randy Radio Pet Vet: Cat’s away – mice will…

    This week on Dr. Randy Radio Pet Vet Dr. Randy is on vacation and as the saying goes “while the cat’s away – the mice will play!” Dr. Julie Mayer is filling in for Dr. Randy on this segment along with resident co-host/dog trainer Paul Blaushild.

    Dr. Mayer is certified in veterinary acupuncture, veterinary chiropractic, canine rehabilitation, is a Reiki practitioner and continuously seeks education in the growing field of integrative care and physical rehabilitation. She had appeared on numerous network news programs, published articles, and she also serves as a guest lecturer at veterinary continuing education seminars on rehabilitation and complementary veterinary medicine. Dr. Mayer serves on the Board of Directors of the American Association of Rehabilitation Veterinarians and is a member of the American Canine Sports Medicine Association, the American Association of Veterinary Nutrition, and many other veterinarian associations. Dr. Julie Mayer works to combine conventional and complementary treatment modalities providing the ultimate in an integrative healing experience.

    Dr. Julie and Paul answer listener questions regarding: leash reactive aggression, raw diets and treats, congestive heart failure, what to look for in adopting a shelter pet, and herbal alternatives for internal/external parasites.

    • 30 Min.

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