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Bringing you up to date information on canine health, nutrition, and overall well-being.

Wag Out Loud Krista Karpowich

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Bringing you up to date information on canine health, nutrition, and overall well-being.

    The 5 Underlying Causes of Cancer in Dogs

    The 5 Underlying Causes of Cancer in Dogs

    Aren’t we lucky to have Dr Judy Jasek back on the show again!?  Dr. Judy is a holistic veterinarian who’s specialty is in caring for cancer patients.  Using the knowledge gained in her 30+ years of practicing, Dr Judy has developed a unique whole-body approach to both treating and preventing disease.  She looks at the whole animal, and supports the natural healing ability of the body with proper nutrition, detoxification, and eliminating the underlying causes of disease.  She then uses tools such as ozone, herbs, CBD, essential oils, and whole food supplements to optimize the health of the body and help it to eliminate the disease.

    Her personal pets and teachers are Wylie and C-Jay, two Chihuahuas who are always in her shadow.

    Before we start, I wanted to share the latest statistics regarding canine cancer: 

    An estimated 6 million dogs will be diagnosed with cancer this year. ... According to The Veterinary Cancer Society, cancer is the leading cause of death in 47% of dogs, especially dogs over age ten. Dogs get cancer at about the same rate as humans 

    And Dr. Judy we were together last night and I think that you mentioned that the latest stat that you’ve heard is that 2 out of 3 dogs will get cancer?  Is that right?

    So, why don’t we start with you telling us about the 5 underlying causes of cancer in dogs 

    What are some of the most common cancers in dogs? 

    Are there diagnostic tests or exams that should be done regularly to try to detect cancer in dogs? 

    Are some types of cancers more treatable than others? 

    What does an oncologist do that my own local vet can’t do?

    Dr. Judy, how can people get a hold of you? https://drjudyholisticvet.com/

    Dr. Judy Does Phone Consults

    Offer: Use the code WAG for a $30 discount towards a consult. 

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    Special thanks to Dr. Judy for being on the show once again. Catch you next time!

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    The purpose of this podcast is to educate and to inform. It is no substitute for professional care by a veterinarian, licensed nutritionist or other qualified professional. The host as well as guests who speak on this podcast express their own opinions, experience and conclusions, and Wag Out Loud LLC neither endorses or opposes any particular views discussed here.

    Is a Public Doghouse the Future of Dog-Friendliness?

    Is a Public Doghouse the Future of Dog-Friendliness?

    I want to thank all of the dog lovers tuning in today.   I’d like to introduce someone who is an absolute genius!  Have you ever seen a product and thought, I wish that I would have thought of that?  I can’t wait to chat with Chelsea Brownridge who is the co-founder and CEO of DogSpot. She is a dog mom to two rescues, Winston and Pepita. She started DogSpot after realizing how many places wouldn't allow pets inside and because she didn't like seeing dogs tied up outside of grocery stores and coffee shops. She wanted a way to bring her dogs on more walks around the city where she lives, Brooklyn, and to have a safe place for them to hang out for a few minutes if she had to go inside a store that doesn't allow dogs inside.

    Can you start off by sharing what exactly is the DogSpot and how did you start the company?

    What are all of the awesome features of the DogSpot and what problems does it solve?

    How long did it take you to get from concept to where you are today?

    How do most dogs react when being placed in a DogSpot?  Do they adjust quickly?

    How does membership work and what is the cost?

    What is the ave time that a dog would stay in the DogSpot?

    What are the benefits to store owners and can you share some statistics around that? 

    What has been your biggest challenge with this product/service?

    How many DogSpots are available for use?

    If our listeners want to see if there are any DogSpots near them, where do they go for that info?

    And what if they’d like to see about getting a DogSpot in their city?

    Any plans on expanding outside of the US?

    Any stories that you’d like to share about people who have used the DogSpot?

    URL: https://hellodogspot.com/

    Social Media:

    IG:  @dogspot 

    FB:  @hellodogspot

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    Special thanks to Chelsea for being on the show. Catch you next time!

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    The purpose of this podcast is to educate and to inform. It is no substitute for professional care by a veterinarian, licensed nutritionist or other qualified professional. The host as well as guests who speak on this podcast express their own opinions, experience and conclusions, and Wag Out Loud LLC neither endorses or opposes any particular views discussed here.

    Study Reveals Surprising Dog Parenting Trends

    Study Reveals Surprising Dog Parenting Trends

    Welcome all dog lovers!  Today’s topic was brought to our attention via one of our listeners.  Thanks to Erika Beerbower for the heads up about the survey!

    My guest today is Adrian Tennant, Vice President of Insights at Bigeye, an advertising agency based in Orlando, Florida. Adrian is originally from the UK and has worked in advertising for almost three decades. He leads Bigeye's research team, which recently published the 2019 US Pet Industry Study, providing a snapshot of pet owners' purchasing behaviors and attitudes about pet-related products and services. Adrian is also pet parent: he has two four-year-old Maine Coon cats who both think they're dogs!

    Today Adrian is going to share with us the results obtained from their recent 2019 US Pet Industry Study, which gives us insights into the buying habits and attitudes of owners of domestic pets.  Of course, that includes all of us that have dogs.

    They collected the data for this primary research in July and August of 2019 from a sample of 784 adults aged 25 to 55 located across the United States.

    We’ll start off by saying that 75% of respondents in the study owned dogs.  Yay dog owners!

    Adrian, can you share with us why your agency conducted the study.

    Ninety-five percent of owners consider pets a member of their family;  how do you think that influences our buying behaviors when shopping for our dogs?

    Adrian, what are we purchasing for our dogs?

    And where are dog owners shown to shop?

    And what about services?  What are the stats on services purchased for our dogs?

    What did you find out about owners and subscription services?

    I found this stat to be surprising:  one-third of all pet owners (36%) at least sometimes purchase costumes for their pets.  Which demographic falls into this majority?

    Let’s talk about your findings as they relate to CBD products.

    Adrian, how do owners decide what to feed their dogs?

    What is the average spend on our dogs?

    Were there any surprises in the results?

    Website:  https://www.bigeyeagency.com/



    LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/bigeye/

    Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bigeyeagency/

    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BIGEYEagency/

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    Special thanks to Adrian for being on the show. Catch you next time!

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    The purpose of this podcast is to educate and to inform. It is no substitute for professional care by a veterinarian, licensed nutritionist or other qualified professional. The host as well as guests who speak on this podcast express their own opinions, experience and conclusions, and Wag Out Loud LLC neither endorses or opposes any particular views discussed here.

    Natural Remedies for Canine Arthritis

    Natural Remedies for Canine Arthritis

    There ARE solutions with no side effects!  Listen in to find out how chiropractic care and cold laser therapy is making a splash with our furry friends!

    Today I am thrilled to have with us Dr. Vicki Souder who is a rehab specialist, not only as a chiropractor, but is also a leading expert on laser therapy and is certified in neurology.  Dr. Souder has worked with neurological rehab in human clients and then received her animal certification in 2014.  She has been working on our 4-legged family members ever since, which is definitely her passion. 

    Osteoarthritis is the number one cause of chronic pain in dogs, affecting one in five adult dogs, with the incidence more than doubling in dogs seven years and older.

    What is Osteoarthritis in dogs?

    What are the signs of canine arthritis?

    What is cold laser therapy and how does it help dogs with arthritis?

    Is laser therapy new? 

    How long does the treatment take?

    What can be treated with laser therapy?

    How does it work?

    What’s involved with treating my dog?

    What does chiropractic care on a dog involve? 

    How should I support this treatment at home? 

    What will my dog feel? 

    Is there anything my dog should or shouldn’t do, or take, while on the treatment?

    When can I expect to see an improvement? What might I see?

    Contact Dr. Souder

    www.neurojockdoc.com

    FB: @painlessdrvicki

     

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    Special thanks to Dr. Souder for being on the show. Catch you next time!

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    The purpose of this podcast is to educate and to inform. It is no substitute for professional care by a veterinarian, licensed nutritionist or other qualified professional. The host as well as guests who speak on this podcast express their own opinions, experience and conclusions, and Wag Out Loud LLC neither endorses or opposes any particular views discussed here.

    If Our Dogs Could Talk

    If Our Dogs Could Talk

    Joining me to explore this further is Deb Matlock.  Deb grew up in the mountains of Colorado and is deeply committed to nurturing the connection between people, animals, earth, and spirit.  She has spent twenty-five years working as a professional environmental and humane educator and naturalist.  Additionally, Deb offers shamanic-style spiritual guidance, animal communication, nature connection workshops, and retreats through her business, Wild Rhythms.

    She is passionate about helping people find connection and deep spiritual meaning in their lives and in the places where they live.  Deb holds a Master of Arts in Environmental Education from Prescott College and is pursuing her doctoral degree in environmental studies at Antioch University New England. 

    Deb, let’s specifically chat about your work as an animal communicator, how did all of this start for you?

    How do you communicate?

    Can you share the data regarding communications between humans and other species?

    What are the benefits?

    I will share my experience with the reading I had with Deb for my dog Winston.

    What do you say to the skeptics out there?

    Contact Deb: 

    http://wild-rhythms.com/

    For 20% off of a reading with Deb use code WAG

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    Thanks so much for tuning in again this week. Have some feedback you’d like to share? Leave a note in the Bark About it section. Or you can click on the social media buttons to share an episode.

    Special thanks to Dr. Niemec for being on the show. Catch you next time!

    Also, don’t forget to Subscribe for FREE: Apple Podcasts | Android | Spotify I Stitcher

    The purpose of this podcast is to educate and to inform. It is no substitute for professional care by a veterinarian, licensed nutritionist or other qualified professional. The host as well as guests who speak on this podcast express their own opinions, experience and conclusions, and Wag Out Loud LLC neither endorses or opposes any particular views discussed here.

    The Perils of Periodontal Disease in Dogs

    The Perils of Periodontal Disease in Dogs

    And here to share more about this super important topic is Dr. Brook Niemiec, who is a graduate of the University of California, Davis.  He is a Diplomate of the American and European Veterinary Dental College as well as a Fellow in the Academy of Veterinary Dentistry. Dr. Niemiec is also the Chief of Staff of Veterinary Dental Specialties and Oral Surgery with offices throughout Southern California, as well as Las Vegas and New Orleans.

    Periodontal (gum) disease is THE most common problem in dogs and cats.  It causes numerous local and systemic complications include heart and kidney problems as well as jaw fractures and nasal infection. 

    What are the causes of periodontal disease?

    Are there 4 stages?

    What would be some signs or symptoms of dental disease?

    Treatment?

    How can gum disease be prevented?  What can we do at home? 

    Do toys, chews, and water additives help?

    Is gum disease painful for dogs?

    Left untreated, what are some of the complications that can lead to other health issues?

    Are some dogs more prone? 

    What are your thoughts on Anesthesia Free Dental Cleanings?

    Where to get a hold of Dr. Niemec: https://dogbeachvet.com/

    Dr. Niemec mentioned: Veterinary Oral Health Council

    Thanks for Listening!

    Thanks so much for tuning in again this week. Have some feedback you’d like to share? Leave a note in the Bark About it section. Or you can click on the social media buttons to share an episode.

    Special thanks to Dr. Niemec for being on the show. Catch you next time!

    Also, don’t forget to Subscribe for FREE: Apple Podcasts | Android | Spotify I Stitcher

    The purpose of this podcast is to educate and to inform. It is no substitute for professional care by a veterinarian, licensed nutritionist or other qualified professional. The host as well as guests who speak on this podcast express their own opinions, experience and conclusions, and Wag Out Loud LLC neither endorses or opposes any particular views discussed here.