The Doctors welcome Tim Hetzner, CEO and President of Canine Comfort Dogs to discuss the amazing effect that comforts dogs can have on so many people including veterans, patients in the hospital, students, and other victims.
The Doctors discuss the story of a 6-year-old girl that was allegedly bitten by an emotional support dog while boarding a flight.
The Doctors meet 7-year-old Madison whose sleep apnea, asthma and narcolepsy are being helped by her service dog Hershey.
Support animals are vital to so many people, but is an emotional support squirrel going too far?
The Doctors examine an incident of a woman's meltdown due to a service dog being in a restaurant that was caught on tape.
The Doctors are joined by Sophia, who has Type 1 diabetes, and her mother, Stephanie, along with Carleigh, who is training the adorable dog Honey to be a diabetic alert dog.
From specialists to celebrities, we always have on the best guests. But some of The Doctors very favorite and most inspiring guests come in the cutest packages.
A San Francisco man was kicked off one of the city’s cable cars because the operator did not feel safe with the man’s pit bull service dog. Veterinarian Dr. Arvid Edward, star of Amazon’s “Pet Doctors of Atlanta,” joins The Doctors to discuss.
Does the type of service dog someone has matter? The Doctors weigh in on a recent report of a man allegedly kicked off a San Francisco cable car because the operator reportedly did not feel safe around his pit bull service dog.
Brandon McMillan is saving shelter dogs from possible death and training them to become service dogs for those in need. The “Lucky Dog” host joins The Doctors to share more about his amazing work.