The Doctors commonly discuss the risks of obesity for humans, but today, they are talking about the risk for our pets.
Your loveable and chunky pet might be developing health issues. The Doctors welcome veterinarian and nutritionist specialist Dr. Lisa Weeth to explain why extra weight can pose a serious health risk for your four-legged friends.
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Veterinarian Dr. Arvid Edward joins The Doctors to answer two dog-related questions.
The Doctors are joined by veterinarian Dr. Arvid Edward to weigh in on viral pet videos including the case of a dog who was actually paralyzed by fear during a trip to the veterinarian.
Veterinarian Dr. Arvid Edward and The Doctors discuss how some dogs become attached to objects that might be surprising, like the dog who befriended a brick. Plus, they share how owners can help a pet who is obsessive with an object.
Could a pooch help you live longer? The Doctors discuss a study which found that elderly people who care for a dog lowered their risk of heart disease and were found to live longer lives.
There have been sightings of raccoons that appear zombie-like due to a viral outbreak of distemper. Find out if you should be wary of these animals and whether they are a threat to you or your pets.
ER physician Dr. Travis Stork shares that raccoons throughout the country have gotten distemper, a viral infection that can manifest much like rabies and causes the raccoons to display neurologically deranged behavior.
The Doctors are joined by dog yoga, also known as “doga,” instructor Danielle Shemanski to share about a yoga class for people and their dogs.