21 Burst results for "Aspca"

"aspca" Discussed on The Community Cats Podcast

The Community Cats Podcast

05:12 min | 3 months ago

"aspca" Discussed on The Community Cats Podcast

"Do you ever have folks either technicians or maybe clinic managers that want to do the course, maybe not for credit, but just for perspective and understanding? I haven't had that yet. I've had a lot of clinics as a whole sign up all of their doctors so they kind of work through it together, which I feel is fantastic. But if anyone was looking for good resources for technicians and other people involved in the surgical team or the clinic team, the ASPCA neuter alliance where I was trained, they do have a training program for an entire team. So you can have a vet any technicians and assistants and they all go together and they train in person at their training hospital. It helps them to train each person individually and then as a team as well to make sure that procedures are completed both safely and efficiently. So I definitely recommend that program. Do you get a sense or feel that we need across the country to have more high volume high quality spay neuter clinics? I feel like in certain areas, probably I think it's very specific to the location. I know I'm in the northeast. They're not experiencing a lot of the overpopulation issues and so they get a lot of their shelter or adopted animals from the south. So I feel like if someone is seeing an issue in their community, I feel like it's definitely something to look into in a worthwhile venture to start to help their community. If you were mentoring a veterinary student, it seems like and this is me with my biased opinion, I guess, that in a lot of them are tracked towards the private sector. I know that there are some shelter medicine programs out there at several veterinary schools, but it just seems like and maybe it's we folks think that we can't the nonprofits can't pay the salaries, give the benefits that may be for profit organizations.

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"aspca" Discussed on The Community Cats Podcast

The Community Cats Podcast

08:21 min | 6 months ago

"aspca" Discussed on The Community Cats Podcast

"And her husband's making more kittens. I'm like, oh no, it's going to happen again. Eventually, ASPCA opens back up. The story of cat rescue lady calls me to Tommy, hey, we can do it now, but now it's done 6, 7 weeks. And we watched this cat conceiving. And then bring it to the ASPCA and kill these kittens that we knew were just about ready to come out. So we waited, and we knew it was a gamble, there could have been 20 cats in there for all we know. But she had one more kitten. That's Art Bell. He's sleeping over there. So we caught him after he was weaned, brought him in, same same method. We actually used the draw spring method again. Yeah, the cat fishing method we call it. Brought him in and we're, again, we're not fostering him adopt him out. What's around here? They're brother and sister. And they got along really well. And they were, they were wearing each other out. Like we didn't have to run them around anymore. We didn't have to use a toy every single night to avoid the zooms in the middle of the night. So it was great. That's way easier to have two cats. So we kept him. But now, again, same problem. We still have all these fertile cats out there. And the ASPCA is still largely shut down or in very, very limited service. And I'm complaining about this in some conference I have in court. And someone who's not even part of the court of theorists, someone who is a clerk in court, who doesn't usually talk to mister house. Give me a call after this. So I give her a call. She's like, we have an underground railroad system to get these cats up to Westchester. We can get them to the Westchester ASPCA, which is open. So we borrow all the traps, catch the mom, and I remember we put out this automatic, like the real trap that you all use. For one of those out. And I remember I walk inside to sit down and watch and see when she walked in and before I had gotten back into my apartment, she walked right into the trap, got caught. And we either. So we got her fixed. And then it was just one after another after another. And we got the mom fixed. We got the dad fixed. We got who we believed to be, the uncle fixed. Pole colony in our fixed. There was one newcomer who came, had another one kitten, got that one fostered it, adopted it out. She's now left, so we don't really know where she is, but we're hoping that we now have our own trap, so we're hoping if she shows back up again, we can get her a fix as well. But it really just went from like zero to 60 in no time. We went from having zero cats to having one to having two to then spending the entire winter last winter, just trapping and making reservations at the ASPCA, which as you may know is very difficult. You've got to wake up at 6 in the morning and sign up for the spot, and you have to be there right at 7, like all the different requirements. Did all that got them all fixed and now we're here with a half dozen outside cats and two inside cats and three or four kittens that we've adopted out. It just feels good. But the way that people responded was incredible. We would be walking over to our neighbor's place with a trapped foot out there. And people, it's not like, oh, what do you do with that? What are you doing to that class? I was like, oh, we're going to go catch the cats and get them fixed. They'll be like, oh, how can I help? Can I give you a ride to the ASPCA? Do you want to borrow my car? We have people to drop off bags of food in front of our apartment building. Even our super brought us some little plastic poles in place because we've been putting those out there for the cats to eat off of and he just gave us like a hundred. Anyone who heard about it wanted to help. And this is at the point. Do you happen to know if anyone else was feeding these cats? So we found out that the neighbor who now has one of the kittens had been feeding them for a while. And she actually kind of helped us get the delay of the land of like who was in charge and who was running things. There's one cat who very big, very scarred all over. And we realized that he had to be the first male that we caught because he ran everything. He was the Elsa. Actually, it's a funny story, so I'll tell it. When we brought him to the ASPCA, we came to pick him up that night, and they're like, watch out for this guy. He's a menace. I'm like, well, yeah, but what do you mean? Well, he woke up during the procedure and attacked the vet and then ran out of the building and people had to chase him and catch him outside of the building. And then bring him back in to finish the procedure. And that's never happened before. Okay, now I've also, we think he's about 8 years old, which is crazy. My understanding is crazy for a feral cat very, very old. And his ears were so scarred up. They couldn't tip them. And so they had to give them some kind of tattoo. And it kind of made sense to us because when we spoke to the neighbors, she was like, oh yeah, our first cat that we have, the one that's hiding under the table over there. She was showing us. The only reason this can't ever came to us is because that cat a mean one attacked him, took a big gash out of his side and this catches me that we fed him so it ran to us. How is his behavior now? I mean, has his behavior has he chilled out or is he still the same? It's amazing. The cats that he used to be trying to kill the other two males in the area. They sit at the bolts together. They won't eat at the same time. One of them will eat the normal watch and then they'll kind of like walk around each other, but there's no, it used to be every single night in the middle of the night. And attacking each other mainly him attacking them. But now these schools, the cucumber, I haven't seen him doing still chasing the ladies a little bit, but apparently just for fun. There's no long-term outlook there. But yeah, it's completely changed. And the neighbors have brought it up, so we can sleep at night now. There's no more cat fights in the middle of the night. And the same is true of us. They live right outside our bedroom window, essentially. And they're very loud. And it's much easier to sleep now. You mentioned that you did the certification workshop at a probably after the fact, but what time in the process did you do that? And would you recommend somebody do that before you went on this long journey? To your second question, yes, do it before. And I've told everyone this, I'm like, if you're interested in doing this, get trained first or you're going to end up like me getting type of shots in the middle of lockdown and getting COVID tested just for walking in. But we did it through I think with neighborhood cats. And it was great. It taught us everything that we needed to know. And we did that between catching the mom and then catching all the rest. So it was her, it was kind of like that wagon train where we had to bring her to The Bronx and that was kind of informal. And we borrowed the track. But for all the other ones, we went to the ASPCA, rented the traps with the deposit and whatnot did it all through them above board with the certification. And I will tell you that the reason that there's a certification, there are best practices in this. And we learned that very quickly. Again, I still have flights cars in my hand from that very first day with Clara in here. So yes, if you're doing this, definitely do it the right way. Get trained. It was what? A few hours? It's $10, and it's two and a half hours. And it's the first Saturday of every month, except for January, and July, and we produce it with the community cast podcast and neighborhood cats. We produce these together. And in January, we usually have a January 8th and then it's the first Saturday of every month and we also have it then the second Saturday in July. But yeah, pretty much every month we have a certification workshop and we have certified over 2000 people through that program. But we would love that to be 20,000 people or more. And you talked earlier about your sort of aha moment, 8 years ago. And I think we all have these aha moments where I mean, I had a dumpster full of kittens with all runny goopy eyes closed about 20 or 30 of them. And I'm like, no, no, no. No, we're not seeing this again. I'm not, and other people shouldn't have to see this. And that was sort of my inspiration, and it sounds like subtly in the back of your mind. You had that as sort of your inspiration. Like, we're not, we're not going to see this. We're not seeing that at that again. And the fact that you were able to go through and understand the importance of obviously getting the whole colony, spayed and neutered, was extremely important. However, you were doing this during the lockdown time where you had time to invest. Think about doing it when you were working a full-time job or working multiple jobs dealing with little kids, all this kind of stuff. You said there's frustrations,.

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"aspca" Discussed on BabyDoge Pow Wow

BabyDoge Pow Wow

04:48 min | 7 months ago

"aspca" Discussed on BabyDoge Pow Wow

"And the ASPCA. Nothing. We're a charity time frame. So it makes complete and utter sense to do charity NFTs. Complete answer. He really does keep us relevant into the space of what we're doing. What person's goal is to give back to the community in our way. You know? And it makes other complete sense. I mean, just imagine a Bitcoin did the same thing. From day one, if they had a mechanism built in to donate to a cause, how much money would be generated up to this date that would get back to the community. Billions. Yeah, and I think that'd be a really smart idea too. You know, it could be something along the lines of you make a certain NFT for a certain dog. We put it up on our websites, have been something through the ASP ASPCA. They can put it up on theirs. And then people straight up, it would just be a one of one NFT for that specific dog for that specific shelter. But it would be used to raise money and donate to the ASPCA. And I think, I mean, Christian can reach out to them and discuss the details, but I mean, you talk about being able to raise some serious money to help dogs in need because like you all just said at the end of the day, we are a charity based token with the main goal of saving as many dogs as possible. So like different shelters run different commercials, but most of the time those commercials are just ran locally. If you do this and NFT, that means everybody in crypto all across the world is going to have access to it. Most of the people in the crypto space, even if they aren't baby doge holders, they know about baby doge. And if it was something that if they like NFTs or they just want to donate to a cause for to say to rescue a certain dog from a shelter, the amount of money that could be generated from that for the shelters directly, I would presume would be larger than a lot of their commercial campaigns bring in. So I think that's definitely a smart idea. Right, I can see it now. It would just be like for just ten cents a day or just for 1 million baby doze a day..

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"aspca" Discussed on BabyDoge Pow Wow

BabyDoge Pow Wow

05:34 min | 7 months ago

"aspca" Discussed on BabyDoge Pow Wow

"We had ASPCA. And that was huge for me. I think that was right at the end of last year. That was huge for me because that's like one of the biggest names that I've known growing up as a kid. Seeing him on the commercials for just ten cents a day, you too can help support, you know, we've all seen those contracts. But it's going to be amazing. I can't wait. What do you think baby dude? What are your guesses on it? Oh. Well, someone sent me their thoughts on it and I'm inclined to agree. But yeah, I think it's something like this website is like a. Sort of a community of volunteers. So you can socialize in your different communities and volunteers and what you're doing and it just be a social network of volunteers. And on this website, that's currently under construction beta website. So with the under construction bit of the baby dies with a hard hat and high vis vests, possibly could be something along those lines wherever we can mobilize the baby doge army to go out and volunteer for your local dog shelters or something like that. I think that'd be really cool. Boom. Could be something like that. Okay. Okay. What do you think, mister G? What do I think the partnership could be? Yeah. I really don't know but I hope it's something along the lines of dogs as well. Doom was just saying. I think that would be beneficial, but I also think it could also be anything. Literally any partnership for the most could be really good for us, especially we still in early days right now. We shouldn't even be having certain partnerships we've had, but that's what we're saying earlier with the main man. You know, Christians really doing a lot for the project that we don't even realize. That's why I always say like, I don't know what it is. I don't know what it could be. I don't even have any speculation because it literally could be anything. So I'm just excited. And I can't wait to see what it actually is. Because only tomorrow, right? Yep, a few more hours. Yep. Exactly. So if it is groundbreaking reflections we might have to come on and add a bit to this one. Because we're going to talk about it and people are going to be listening to it probably and already know what this is about. And to come back on and add a bit to the end of the podcast. I mean, I'm just thinking maybe, okay, maybe it maybe it's not Disneyland, but it could.

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"aspca" Discussed on HORSES IN THE MORNING

HORSES IN THE MORNING

05:29 min | 9 months ago

"aspca" Discussed on HORSES IN THE MORNING

"Dish face with like a bulge between the eyes, like you put a plate on their forehead, it's like a bulge. And then they have a moose nose. But really, you want to run from that horse? Is that horse is totally unpredictable? I have only dealt with maybe four or 5 of horses with heads like those and every one of them was I would call them schizophrenic. One day they're great to work with in the next day they try and kill you or they're super spooky or there's just something wrong with them and two of the horses literally tried to kill me. So I try and stay away from those horses. But if you start out with a fairly good head and then you go to look at the rest of the horse's body. Their legs and what why is a horse for sale? If you for sale because he has training issues that you may be able to fix, you may not. Is it just lameness issues that maybe the horse needs joint supplements injections, things like that you might be able to live with that? So you have to kind of weigh out all those things when you're looking for a horse for your program or looking for yourself. Those are some great ideas. And I love the fact of you start with the head because you're right. So many people start with the feet and work up. And start looking at confirmation that way and the head does provide so many unique things like you just mentioned. I wanted to throw this out there, and I don't know if you have some other ideas to patty in this vein, but CHA partners with ASPCA that has the right horse. And the right person to go to my right horse dot org, O RG, you can find rehoming centered horses. Notice how I did not say rescue. Rehoming centered horses. And the reason why I said that is that rescue unfortunately tends to have a negative connotation in our equine space. Sometimes they're hoarders, right, that have rescues things like that. But these rehoming centers, why my right horse dot org is good, is that unlike maybe your rescue near you, that's not a part of them. My ride horse dot org all have trainers on staff and have to in order to be part of their program. So then these horse trainers are hopefully evaluating these horses and seeing if they might be useful for you as a riding horse, a trail horse, a camp horse, a dude string horse, whatever the case may be. So just wanted to throw that out there for folks and patty, do you know of others like that that might exist? Well, in the past, I used to use actually a horse broker, which was great because she knew what I wanted and always nice about a horse broker sometime. And there's a bad connotation too with horse brokers or considered horse dealers or a good and bad like anything else. But I had a horse broker that knew me. I knew her. She knew she sent me a horse. I always had the horse on trial for 30 days. And she knew that at the end of 30 days, if I didn't buy the horse, she would get it back better than she sent it to me. So we had a great relationship. Those kind of horse brokers are kind of hard to find. The other thing that I've used in the past two.

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"aspca" Discussed on HORSES IN THE MORNING

HORSES IN THE MORNING

04:54 min | 9 months ago

"aspca" Discussed on HORSES IN THE MORNING

"Two auditor birthdays today, Elizabeth Harris, and biz damn happy birthday to both of you. And now I have kind of a one of these. I have breaking news. And the breaking news is, you know, Jamie, well, first of all, do you have tissues? Yes. I always have tissues. Okay, good. You're gonna need them today, because the breaking news is everything you see on your show notes there is bogus. What? We're not doing anything. Well, we're gonna do really bad ads later in the show and give away some prizes, but everything else you see there is fake. See the auditors got together. And they I think felt bad that they didn't send you $4000 in gifts. So they saw you won an award. And let's talk about that first. I need to congratulate you. The right horse and initiative, which is a program of the ASPCA announced the recipients of the right horse initiatives good people for good horses award. And Jamie was the trainer of the year. Congratulations. Thank you. That's a big deal. I mean, I think I'm speechless. I basically well don't talk yet. Just we're just going to take it because somebody has a message for you. Jamie Jennings. Would you believe my daughter Debbie just gave me the word? About your award. The number one trainer, the only award to a trainer, transitioning horses. Finding them a new home. And particularly in my world, the racehorses that find a new home. Holy moly. Did you ever dream? When we started all this, and you came out with a couple of Mustangs and we got all this started. Could you ever have dreamed that you would go this far? This fast. Her majesty is going to love this because she is so into helping the racehorses find more life than just racing. I've had a lot of students that have done a lot of wonderful things, but I have to tell you this ranks right up there with anybody. Finding a new home for race horses and others, it's incredible..

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"aspca" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"aspca" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"You could presents Bere ASPCA subscribe to the show for free Wherever you find your favorite podcasts, Listen and follow this podcast for free on the I Heart radio at number one for music, radio and podcasts. All in one free I heart radio app is number one for music, radio and podcasts, All in one discover a new podcast from our library of over 350,000 titles. Here's an I Heart radio podcast preview. When you Google search the word culpable. Here's what it comes back with from the dictionary. Open the adjective definition deserving blame. You get two people that were there, and neither one of them had the same story. You know, the man killed himself that should have been destroyed between both of them When you get two stories, somebody's wife. And when used in a sentence. Sometimes you're just as culpable when you watch something. Is when you actually participate. My theory. My theory is that there was a third person there, but in some cases like this one I learned about in Meridian, Mississippi working, take on even more meetings. Because in this case, if you really want to consider who's to blame, you gotta look beyond the suspect. This was a 45 minute investigation. 45 minutes And ironically, it was called to a whole band Assistant Police Chief had nothing to do with the investigation, and it gets worse and worse.

"aspca" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"aspca" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"This happened. This is gonna be another one. Absolutely. And it's approximately the same price point as the ASPCA building. Yes, Phil, narrow the dark horse dark course. But my body you were really cute label to it, too. Impressed by the project This is about this is about 26 99. So under 30 so, but a really nice So you still get that? You know, the Beautiful, sour cherry fruit from Sanjeev Asia. It's really nice. You've really turned me into a Center basis slash county lover of wise, You know, I've always loved Canellos. But you've turned into someone who loves to Russia to Montalcino. And now and now, some other wonderful things like that when we do. Yeah, you know. Really The great thing about Italian wines, is that they really It's something for everybody. There is such versatility and it just, you know, we find out more and more about Different regions in Italy different grape varieties in Italy, So it's just it's so fun to study. So this is our Brunello di Montalcino. And this is our signature wine. On dis is a beautiful 2012 vintage 2012 vintage, which is another one of those five star vintages. It is, like much like the 2010. So when when we say that it, Zeno Great. We had a lot of beautiful nice weather during during the season. And really kind of a perfect growing season. But also you know this is really approachable now, but it's going to be a wine. You can really age for a very long time because it's deceiving. It's so I can drink this right now and makes you think that you might really want to. But this is the one you can age for 10 20 years or more. So I don't think I've ever had a really old Brunello felt some really old Barolos and always on its butt. But you never. I don't think I've been always insatiable element. But this is we sure is, um, you know The central Basic Grosso, which is a clone, so there's thicker skin, which that's where you get the tenants, but you've got a lot of that really nice acid on that over time.

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"aspca" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"aspca" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"That's a virgin vulnerable. Which is a great for every day, all right. That are dumb cup, which is R r R Moscow mules, Moscow Mule vehicle. That's exactly what it is. Okay, so another one of kind of our signature, but we're going to take you over this. The bell narrow. This means the dark horse and yes, And it's really interesting because all of the red wines that we're going to be tasting our sangiovese, even though that we would call this a super Tuscan. This is mostly Sangiovese and S. O. This is also grown onerous state. And we we do add just a percentage or two, depending on the vintage of merlot and cabernet. Just 2%. Yeah, just a little bit. Or sometimes it can be 100% sangiovese. But it sees extended time in oak varying degrees of new and used and you'll notice that it's also a very fleshy, round and ripe style. So for those California wine drinkers Or somebody that prefers a more change form or fruited. They're going. They're going to gravitate to this because it has enough of what they're looking for, and also for the Italian. For those Italian drinkers. It's perfect as well. I think it's also perfect with food. I think it's time foods are just perfect time winds perfect with food. Um, you know, you've brought someone's into us that has become an everyday or weekly product. Like the stock. Yes, Alaska on this happened. This is gonna be another one. Absolutely. And it's approximately the same price point as the ASPCA building. Yes, Phil, narrow the dark horse dark course. But my body you were really cute label to it, too. Impressed by the project This is about this is about 26 99. So under 30 so,.

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The Birth of the Animal Rights Movement

The Book Review

04:00 min | 2 years ago

The Birth of the Animal Rights Movement

"Ernest. Friburg joins us. Now he is the head of the history department at the university of tennessee and his most recent book is called a traitor to his species. Henry bergh and the birth of the animal rights movement ernest. Thanks for being here my blizzard. Thank you all right. We have to start with the obvious question because this is not a household name for most people who was henry burgh will he was the founder of the aspca and brought the idea of an animal welfare movement animal rights laws to the united states. Right after the civil war in eighteen sixty six. Your area of expertise is nineteenth and twentieth century. Social and cultural history. It's easy to see why your last book. The age of edison looked at the effects of electricity on society. What got you from there to looking at henry bergh and the birth of the animal rights movement. Well in all my work. I think i've been interested in the way this time period. We sort of called the gilded age. The progressive era into world war one the way this shaped the modern world the world that we live in two books ago. I wrote about the origin of civil liberties civil Free speech rights coming out of world war one. The edison book was looking at are both love and hatred of technology. In this case. I was interested in the way. If you look at a an image of nineteenth century city you see horses and of course. There are many many other animals very closely together with with people in the streets but by the nineteen twenty s. That's not the case anymore. In a sense this you know. Our urban environment has been stripped of animals. One historian described it. As as you know we live in a world where in urban environments at least we only have pets and pests and i thought that that captured that that pretty well so i was interested in that transition and i think the animal welfare movement and henry berg's career in particular kind of captures the beginning of some really profound changes in the relationship between humans and animals that started in that time period ended israeli. Still with us today. To what extent is that that change the decline of animals in urban environments. A consequence of the animal rights movement and to what extent is that. Really just about technology industrialisation. Oh it's certainly all those things. I'm not suggesting that the animal welfare movement itself was a driver in any of this but rather was a reflection of its changing sensibilities and in many cases they welcomed the technological changes if steam engines and electricity could replace the horse. That was good for the horse. As far as the animal welfare movement was concerned. so yes they. They're they're really just part of a much wider chains. It's a way to get at people's sensibilities in this time period. This was a time when people came to care much more about animals but at the same time very technology that you're talking about made like pretty grim for many animals as well. The american city was not a friendly place for animals. Describe what a typical city. And let's just use new york because that is where erg lived. What did near city look like at its peak in terms of the number of animals in the city will think about the horses the motive our for the entire city so everything just about relying on horsepower and that meant enormous traffic jams of carriages and wagons and these these railroads that were really the first mass transportation in the city's fundamental to the growth of cities in this time period but then of course there are huge packs of stray dogs roaming in the alleys idea of animal was really developed during this period animal welfare movement. Lots of people are moving into the city from rural areas. And they're bringing with them their own traditions of keeping a cow in the backyard and chickens and and so forth. Pigs are rooting in in the garbage. There really was not very good sanitation control in most neighbourhoods so scrape pigs were part of the scene so it was a it was an enormously rich complicated and dirty mix of humans and animals in this time period.

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"aspca" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"aspca" Discussed on WTVN

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"aspca" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

08:19 min | 3 years ago

"aspca" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"The ASPCA animal poison control center and I know that the ASPCA and battery clinics around the United States see a huge spike in chocolate poisoning during the week of Halloween and since how it's coming up we wanted to be able to advise you on some of the biggest poisons that I want you to be aware of so so far Dr Hayes has talked about poisons like chocolate with the chemical theobromine reasons which can cause kidney failure in dogs now one of the next poisons that you had mentioned our glow sticks so this is a glow jewelry you know this plastic little tube that you snap together and they make your kid glow in the dark this is actually really good because it makes cars see your kids father trick or treating but we do see that cats end up biting into the is cats are so curious so doctor Hayes what happens and what exactly is Anglo Jori that causes an issue is this something that's life threatening is Anna Friesen nurses dangerous chemicals or is it something that could potentially be managed at home yeah most cases of glow Jori ingestion actually can be managed at home also what happens when animals to into them is that they have very bitter substance and that will cause a taste reaction so a lot of times when when cats especially to intervene if they get that very bitter taste in their mouth and they will start to have a very dramatic taste reaction I'll start to froth at the mouth will start to phone they'll start to wretch date a lot of times will run around and shake their head to lighten and shakes saliva off to the side as well it's really just it's very scary when you see it but it's just a taste reaction they might also have a little bit of glass and then when you bend them to activate the coloring there are some of the clothes jewelry will have little last smiles in there and so when those are cracked open in theory there could be a problem we really haven't seen any issues with that we tend to see more issues when doc small like the entire glow stick in the outer plastic casing of the entire stick is actually a problem because it is not digestible and sucking get stock when animals to into the explosives that they said they have a very very dramatic taste reaction they'll run they'll go hide under the bed and then the other thing that we are sometimes we'll see happening is that when they did you want to be sometimes it'll leak out on their first two and so after they get over that initial east reaction or they're rocking and foaming at the mouth they might have a read occurrence of that taste reaction again if we haven't removed at all from there for so the neat thing about glow jewelry is that when animals break into it it does activate the coloring and so if you put them in a room that starker I'll put him in a room and turn off the lights you can actually see on there for where the glow material still is on there for and we would recommend dating to watch that all you can use either a dish soap with a little bit of water on it I find it you do actually need to use salt water alone can't remove it very effectively but basically just turn lights back on wash off their where you found it turn lights back off make sure you've got it all off there for and then once they once it had all that removed they won't have a reoccurrence of that east reaction again now with that taste reaction there are a few things that you can do at home to help with that you notice that your students who has a glow jewellery stack of luxury or glow stick you may want to try offering a something that's a little tastier cell either milk or eat ice cream a lot of sense you like basically regular ice cream would be fine sometimes you could do a little bit of wet cat food or wet dog food as well just to try to help get that bad taste out of their mouth now if they're actually vomiting and are vomiting more than a few times you may need to actually keep all water and food away for a short period of time no more than thirty to sixty minutes or so yes let the stomach settle down but again if you can still rent top amount that definitely helps get that case reaction over a little faster I also found don liquid dish soap is so helpful to have in your pet first aid kit because so many of those oily chemicals are weird we take medications that may accidentally be put on a cat we can be them off by using something I could degreasing soap or really really safe liquid dish soap like died so great point to have all right you also product line what exactly is slime what's in it and how big of a deal is it if my dog or my cat takes a couple lakes are a couple of bites sells one can have a lot of different things and actually most of the slime that's made by people you make it in your home it'll be a combination of some saline solution some people use shaving cream sometimes you can use so usually I have shaving cream glue saline solution there's usually a little bit of baking soda in there as well on it so one of the problems that we can see with that is that if if the cuts eating eating more than just taking a few looks of it it it sometimes can actually cause the sodium levels in the blood to increase and what happens when a dog does that or cat does that is that they will have a condition called high yeah when they get that condition they will sell nervous system side so they'll start to act wildly they can actually have muscle tremors sometimes they can become very very less lesser look arctic laying around they often will have some vomiting as well which can cause them to become dehydrated as well sell usually but most flying the five containers that are going to be given away at Halloween time are not as big a deal but if you've got a a pet at home that gets into a very large bowl of it I know my my kids love making flying at home so they get into a large bowl of it depending on how much baking soda that they've used in the formulation of depending on their again there are a number of different recipes out there for homemade sign not a commercial slime on most of the time they don't list the ingredients and I'm it's just considered to be non toxic and again we we sometimes have seen issues we we kind the marshes and played on the media with flying with the commercial products out to even regular slime can also caught up that stomach so vomiting everything with all forms of slime diarrhea potentially could be seen to the bigger concern with some of the homemade products is depending on how much salt is in there the saline solution the bike baking soda things like that we can actually see some concerns for the sodium that's in there all right fantastic information from doctor Hayes again as Halloween approaches please make sure to keep the hollow we'd container and the Halloween candy out of reach they are huge spikes and talk the poisoning that the ASPCA animal poison control center gets inundated with and I know in the margins the room at the ER that I end up inducing vomiting and a lot of dogs that got into chocolate so please make sure to keep your hollowing candy out of reach keep those raisins at a reach the slime that glow jewelry doctor Hayes any last tips on how to pet proof to avoid any kind of accidental exposure I would think the big thing is to keep the chocolate up away from your patch and make sure that you know where the glow jury when you got it out one last thing I wanted to mention about chocolate to is that there are sugar free candy is out there and a final column on style tells a sugar alternative that can cause low blood sugar and can cause liver failure when when dogs get into too much of it cell looking to be aware of so if you've got labels make sure you know where your labels are how the first aid kit self you have a first aid kit that you've developed or if you want to put one together they are definitely resources on the SPCA website on how to make a first aid kit usually hydrogen peroxide would be a good thing to include in their dawn dish detergent would be a good thing include in there as well but yeah I make sure that that you keep the chocolate up out of reach for the dogs and and if you've got kids at home make sure that that the kids know not to leave their chocolate sitting out on the floor in a lot of kids like make individual piles and what kinds they got make sure thinking about afterwards again make sure to keep that chocolate out of reach and when in doubt I always tell people please pre program your cell phone with your veterinarian your E. R. that and the ASPCA animal poison control phone number that way you if you're in the middle of an emergency you don't have to frantically look it up ASPCA animal poison control is number is eight eight eight four two six four four three five it is Dr Hays mansion they've great information on how to create a pet for state can't poisoning.

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"aspca" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

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01:42 min | 3 years ago

"aspca" Discussed on X96

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"aspca" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

08:43 min | 3 years ago

"aspca" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Welcome back we are back I'm Pat like radio we're talking a doctor Hayes is the medical director at the ASPCA animal poison control center and I know that the ASPCA and veterinary clinics around the United States see a huge spike in chocolate poisoning during the week of Halloween and since how it's coming up we wanted to be able to advise you on some of the biggest poisons that I want you to be aware of so so far Dr Hayes has talked about poisons like chocolate with the chemical theobromine reasons which can cause kidney failure in dogs now one of the next poisons that you had mentioned our glow sticks so this is a glow jewelry you know this plastic little tube that you snap together and they make your kid glow in the dark this is actually really good because it makes cars see your kids father trick or treating but we do see that cats end up biting into the is cats are so curious so doctor Hayes what happens and what exactly is Anglo Jori that causes an issue is this something that's life threatening is Anna Friesen nurses dangerous chemicals or is this something that could potentially be managed at home yeah most cases of glow Jori ingestion actually can be managed at home also what happens when animals chewing to them is that they have the very bitter substance in it that will cause a taste reaction so a lot of times when when cats especially to intervene if they get that very bitter taste in their mouth and they will start to have a very dramatic taste reaction I'll start to froth at the mouth will start to phone they'll start to wreck each day a lot of times will run around and shake their head to lighten and check saliva off to the side as well it's really just it's very scary when you see it but it's just a taste reaction they might also have a little bit of glass and then when you bend them to activate the colorants there are some of the clothes jewelry will have little last miles in there and so when those are cracked open in theory there could be a problem we really haven't seen any issues with that we tend to see more issues when doc swallowed like the entire glow stick in the outer plastic casing of the entire stick is actually a problem because it is not digestible and sucking get stock when animals to into these listings that that that they have a very very dramatic taste reaction they'll run they'll go hide under the bed and then the other thing that we are sometimes we'll see happening is that when they did you want to be sometimes it'll leak out on their first two and so after they get over that initial east reaction or they're rocking and foaming at the mouth they might have a read occurrence of that taste reaction again if we haven't removed at all from there for so the neat thing about low jewelry is that when animals break into it it does activate the coloring and so if you put them in a room that starker I'll put him in a room and turn off the lights you can actually see on there for where the glow material still is on there for and we would recommend dating to watch that all you can use either a dish soap with a little bit of water on it I find it you do actually need to use salt water alone can't remove it very effectively but basically just turn lights back on wash off their where you found it turn lights back off make sure you've got it all off there for and then once they once it had all that removed they won't have a reoccurrence of that east reaction again now with that taste reaction there are a few things that you can do at home to help with that you notice that your students who has a glow jewellery stack of like your your glow stick you may want to try offering something that's a little each year so either milk or eat ice cream a lot of sense you like basically regular ice cream would be fine sometimes you could do a little bit of wet cat food or wet dog food as well just to try to help get that bad taste out of their mouth now if they're actually vomiting and are vomiting more than a few times you may need to actually keep all water and food away for a short period of time no more than thirty to sixty minutes or so yes let the stomach settle down but again if you can still rent top amount that definitely helps get that case reaction over a little faster I also found don liquid dish soap is so helpful to have in your pet first aid kit because so many of those oily chemicals are weird we take medications that may accidentally be put on a cat we can beat them off by using something I could degreasing soap or really really safe liquid dish soap like died so great point to have all right you also products line what exactly is slime what's in it and how big of a deal is it if my dog or my cat takes a couple lakes are a couple of bites sells one can have a lot of different things and actually most of the slime that's made by people you make it in your home it'll be a combination of some saline solution on people you shaving cream sometimes you can use so you should have shaving cream glue saline solution there's usually a little bit of baking soda in there as well and so one of the problems that we can see with that is that if if the cuts eating eating more than the sticking up the looks of it it it sometimes can actually cause the sodium levels in the blood to increase the what happens when a dog does that or cat does that is that they will have a condition called hi granny dreamy up when they get that condition they were so nervous system signs so they'll start to act wildly they can actually have muscle tremors sometimes they can become very very less lesser lethargic laying around they often will have some vomiting as well which can cause some to become dehydrated as well sell usually but most flying the five containers that are going to be given away at Halloween time are not as big a deal but if you've got a a pet at home that gets into a very large bowl of it I know my my kids love making flying at home so they get into a large bowl of it depending on how much baking soda that they've used in the formulation of depending on their again there are a number of different recipes out there for homemade sign not a commercial slime on most of the time they don't list the ingredients and I'm it's just considered to be non toxic and again we we sometimes have seen issues we we kind the marshes and played out than we do with flying with the commercial products out to even regular slime can also caught up that stomach so vomiting everything with all forms of slime diarrhea potentially could be seen to the bigger concern with some of the homemade products is depending on how much salt is in there the failing solution the bike baking soda things like that we can actually see some concerns for the sodium that's in there all right fantastic information from doctor Hayes again as Halloween approaches please make sure to keep the hollow we'd container and the Halloween candy out of reach they are huge spikes and talk the poisoning that the ASPCA animal poison control center gets inundated with and I know in the margins the room at the ER that I end up inducing vomiting and a lot of dogs that got into chocolate so please make sure to keep your hollowing candy out of reach keep those raisins at a reach the slime that glow jewelry doctor Hayes any last tips on how to pet proof to avoid any kind of accidental exposure I would think the big thing is to keep that chocolate up away from your patch and make sure that you know where the glow Dorian when you got it out one last thing I wanted to mention about chocolate to is that there are sugar free candy is out there and a final column on style tells a sugar alternative that can cause low blood sugar and can cause liver failure when when dogs get into too much of it cell looking to be aware of so if you've got labels make sure you know where your labels are how the first aid kit self you have a first aid kit that you developed or if you want to put one together they are definitely resources on the SPCA website on how to make a first aid kit usually hydrogen peroxide would be a good thing to include in their dawn dish detergent would be a good thing include in there as well but yeah I make sure that that you keep the chocolate up out of reach for the dog and if you've got kids at home make sure that that the kids know not to leave their chocolate sitting out on the floor in a lot of kids like me individual piles and what kinds they got make sure they clean up afterwards again make sure to keep that chocolate out of reach and when in doubt I always tell people please pre program your cell phone with your veterinarian your E. R. vat and the ASPCA animal poison control phone number that way you if you're in the middle of an emergency you don't have to frantically look it up ASPCA animal poison control is number is eight eight eight four two six four four three five it is Dr Hays mansion they have great information on how to create a pet first aid kit please name first aid cat and again you can also check out their website for that a PCC animal poison control center mobile app again that's totally free my goal is to make you the best pet owner advocate for your dog and cat well doctor Hayes thank you so much for joining us today my pleasure that brings.

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Wall Street analysts react to Apple's earnings report

Mac OS Ken

03:38 min | 3 years ago

Wall Street analysts react to Apple's earnings report

"Thanks for the fourth quarter of fiscal year twenty nineteen as expected again wondering why I pay any attention to what he has to say as apple insider that was the line that followed they're lying about his sell rating on apple shares and his price what's apple at serious risk of missing the smartphone market in China while current I think I mentioned a couple of reasons first everybody else does second healthy skepticism is important thing is with the note of negativity CNBC had word of one written by Barclays it to sticker shock for iphone five gee that's expected by many to drop he said the lower price points are helping apple after a few challenging quarters but he said he eleven to get more people to buy them so they'd be prime for Apple Services Masks ASPCA pressure could that not also be titled Safai its Revenue Streams again though his concerns not now seems to see as a minimum for iphone five G. This year seeming bargain rushes Zhang though as far from bullish Barclays has an equal weight in two hundred twenty four dollars to two hundred thirty six apple's currently trading about

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WHAT IS SO DIFFERENT ABOUT AMAZON THAT MAKES THEM SO SUCCESSFUL?

The B2B Revenue Leadership Show

11:03 min | 3 years ago

WHAT IS SO DIFFERENT ABOUT AMAZON THAT MAKES THEM SO SUCCESSFUL?

"Few years ago I was really looking at the the idea of the intersection of risk taking and technology development and started flooring this crazy idea that perhaps the biggest risk of business takes is actually not taking enough risk and so that is led me to researching a lot of different companies some no longer in business some doing quite well what's the difference and that's where I came across Amazon discovered Jeff Bezos shareholder letters and did a deep dive into those letters because I was fascinated actually with how much advice and information he provided because I think I never really sold much too insurance companies but when I did I found them Kinda laggards oh very much so yeah there's it makes sense when you think about it they see all the worst that can happen every day because right accidents or deaths or slip and falls or all of the those kinds of things and so they tend to be very risk averse and that's where this crazy idea I generated about risk-taking in today's world world frankly because technology continues developed so rapidly businesses of all kinds insurance or any others just don't have the time I used to go to examine what how does this impact us what we have to do how do we have to respond and that's I think they're getting disrupted right now aren't they yes very much so a lot of new players coming in a lot of ideas about how to change how the customer experience and frankly that's where you know Amazon has done an amazing job in developing that because some several of my friends that I had worked with went there on the technology side it and when they came out with Aws Amazon web services a lot of people either know about or don't but they I always thought that was a weird move but then it was now it seems obvious but now now it seems obvious and actually as those calls aws a couple of interviews a business miracle for Amazon because what he said was on other innovations and and things they wanted like let's just say the Kendall they released the Kendall in two thousand seven two years later the Nook came out you know two years after they started selling folks online barnes and noble started selling books online as he says kind of you know we would have a two year lead with aws they had a seven-year-old eight and he said that just doesn't happen and I think your point is exactly right who thought about outsourcing computing power that's really all AWACS that's it and one of the largest deals I ever did when I was in sales was to US internetworking this was in two thousand and one no no two thousand yeah right and that was basically a cloud provider what they call back then and applications Service Service ASPCA I use that word much anymore right yeah because we just assume this is even I think it was even before salesforce was found as yes and update basically just had most of their business was Microsoft Exchange just their email servers right and it was such a foreign concept back then well and early two thousands I was talking about ASP's how agencies and brokers could use that and outsource all of their IT infrastructure. Everybody thought I was crazy now I'm not going to hit my data's going to be as else I'm not GonNa do that absolutely well when did you become interested in Amazon as I was as I was doing the research for this book actually the original idea for the book was called the risk of dilemma is that's really what I think businesses faced and I came across Amazon recently and then the shareholder letters and it literally started as a white paper and I showed it to some publishing friends here I live just outside Nashville and several of them came back almost immediately and says this is not a white paper this is a book nobody's really done and I did again and looked at it but nobody's really done a deep dive like this into the lenders themselves and so research you know lots of story behind kind of how it came into the book but it was a officially published in the September and has really taken it off I mean I think people are really ready donating with two things one is I was able to extract fourteen principles that I believe are throughout how Amazon through that I think can apply at any business and people are just fascinated with bazo cinemas John and we all use them we made like him or not but I think my point of view is aren't you curious how we did it twenty five years the fastest company ever to reach a hundred billion dollars and sales and I just became curious how did they do it and what's even more astounding to me is actually laid out his plan in the shareholder letters so I call them hidden in plain sight and that's it because people think it's some secret now he thinks differently that is for sure but it's and again why did he do that I mean a lot of people would go no that's our secret sauce and but I think he he has a different understanding and frankly I think at his heart he's a teacher he likes helping others and so yeah so that's where the the book came from and let's talk about those principles is there any hierarchy to them or the autonomous so the fourteen principles standing on their own and work with each other hill and I've broken them down into what I call four cycles so past build accelerate in scale and I believe any business whether they're of startup or been around for fifty ears are always going through these different cycles because even a well established business has to test out new ideas new products platforms new services to find out is this gonNa work does it resonate with customers or not and then they build they accelerate growth once they've got a firm foundation and then they scale and again different principles apply depending on where the business is in those areas and US walk through it can you give an exam simple of maybe one part of their business that went through that process well Amazon let's just take test I think what's unique at Amazon they are always experimenting they are never resting on aws oh now we've got it now we don't have to worry about it anymore and they're all even within aws they're always inventing an innovating and actually one of my principles is called practice dynamic invited engine and innovation and so am that that's a really a core concept at Amazon the other one that I highlight m it is principle number one which is encouraged successful failure and that is typically not a mindset in a business and the bigger the business the less that is practiced because everybody knows you need to innovate today yeah I think that's a common yeah we need to do that the unfortunate part is yeah we want you to innovate but you'd better be right yeah right and not fail I'm convince people aren't afraid of failure they're actually afraid of the consequences of failure you're right and so encouraged successful failure is something that's Court Amazon in fact Bazo says in the latter's a couple of places that he I believe Amazon is the best place to fail because they have a process in place to learn from those failures and move forward and he says in the last letter that he's written two thousand eighteen that as Amazon grows the size of our failures the need to grow because if we aren't pushing the envelope on these are my words if we aren't pushing the envelope the impact on the business isn't it us and what you hope and again he says we don't do it Willy Nilly right but we're intentional but by its very nature a new experiment you're going to fail because if you're not it's not an experiment and is there any one failure that you've noticed that you think they're gonna either retry the phone or well I so I talked about the phone in the book most people don't even realized that Amazon actually built and released a fire phone right we hear about the fire TV in the fire tablet but they had a phone his pet project released in two thousand fourteen utter failure and in fact at one point they lowered the price to ninety nine cents and they couldn't give them away life because I mean think about it thousand fourteen we all ready had our phones smartphones were well established what could they bring that was different got a couple of technology things that were intriguing but not enough to pry android or out of somebody's an that last quarter of two thousand fourteen they wrote off one hundred seventy eight million dollars in inventory they couldn't move to the failure now where's the success the group that created their heart the device division it's actually called lab one twenty six which created the fire phone when onto also then create the echo Ville though Amazon Echo Alexa worked together echoes the hardware Alexis of machine learning that provides the answers so that is looking like it's going to be one of their successes fill and so again it's that idea of yeah we fail but what we learn from it and what can we take and into something

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"aspca" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

10:32 min | 3 years ago

"aspca" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"That just came out of the ASPCA animal poison control center and this is in an article where they released their top ten lunch box toxins these are great hands on how you want to keep your dog and cat state as you're getting ready to go to school for your children of course this is a little depressing because it means that summer is over but there's a couple of key things that are packed in backpacks or lunch boxes they can actually be really dangerous to your dog and your cats most of the time it's going to be a dog getting into this because of their nature they're more curious they're schnauzers going into the backpack they sniff out somebody's poisons and I always tell people there are three simple tools are tips that you can use to help protect your dog and cat from poisoning the first one is please hang up your backpack your briefcase or your purse we'll talk more about some of the toxins are the poisons that are in the backpack purse or briefcase the second thing is if you use a weekly hello holder the Monday through Sunday plastic containers that have seven little boxes where you can put all your medications well when you put pills in it it sounds just like a rattle toy for your dog your dog is going to chew into it and can be exposed to a lot of different human medications this is a big problem especially a pet parents that might be older because they may be on a blood pressure medication a water pail a baby aspirin a fish oil and a lot of these weekly pill holders contain really dangerous medications to dogs or cats so my second tip is keep those weekly pill holders out of reach the third easy tap is making sure to pet proof your house how do we do that one easy way making sure to crate train your dog if you create train your dog as a puppy and they're used to being in a crate while you're gone during the day they're going to view this as a dad just like a Wulfstan and that way they can't get into anything dangerous in your house another easy way of Pat proofing is to make sure you keep your human medications away from your pet medications what I mean by this almost every day in the E. R. I see a human who's actually take in their dogs medication and they gave their dog their human medication when in doubt put your own human medication in the bathroom and your pets medication in the kitchen in our elevated shore where they can't get into it always take the five seconds to make sure you're reading the prescription bile appropriately so you're giving the right tilt to the right patient I wanted out put a sticker on it but a dog sticker or cat sticker on to the actual bile so you don't get confused when you're really really busy the third way a pet proving our house this is the biggest one I see the in the ER is when people are about to go out of town they put all their medications and vitamins directly into a plastic zipper or zip lock bag in the road on their suitcase so they remembered packet well those vitamins or pills have a weird older smell and now you just put an old really chewable plastic bag and nothing is more stressful than having to spend the night in the margins the room before you leave for a big trap so those are my easy tips on how to pet proof your house when it comes back to school safety tips for pets the top toxins that are actually in a backpack or lunchbox include gun that can contain xylitol grapes and raisins macadamia nuts I'm yen's potentially mall the food cold packs used to keep food cool ADD or ADHD medications Asman Heller's over the counter medications such as Tylenol or Advil or even illicit drugs are synthetic marijuana yes those can be in backpacks too so how are we gonna keep our pets safe again please elevate that backpack or that lunch box as soon as your child gets home from school make sure they know where to hang it up or to put it in the bedroom in a classic now let's talk about each of these poisons I talked about the dangers of Zolotov before but I want everyone to be aware of it a lot of people don't bake was silent top but it does come as a one hundred percent powder I once had a dog that was poisoned and wanted to liver failure from getting into a six month ends meet with a hundred percent Tylenol so you do have to be very careful now is that the tall is what we call a sugar alcohol it's a sugar free substance that's actually found naturally a lot of people will use the sugar free products that contain xylitol because it helps reduce the amount of calories are cavities that we get most the time when I see that a top reasoning it's because a dog or rarely a cat gets into candy gum meant diabetics snacks or food baked goods certain types of toothpaste certain types of veterinary dental products nasal sprays over the counter medications or chew will pull multi vitamins are prenatal vitamins is I'll toss in so many products nowadays it's even in non chewable melatonin so you always want to make sure if your dog or cat got into anything it doesn't have X. Y. short preside at all in the active ingredients of take the time to look at the product and make sure there's no X. Y. or xylitol in that product when I see these are the top poisoning unfortunately it can cause hypoglycemia which means it's a life threatening Lee low blood sugar so what signs is your dog in a shell they may walk drunk they may collapse they may seem really weak and not be able to get up they may vomit or have a racing heart rate they may be panting in severe cases they can be trembling try meringue or even seizure and now xylitol is poisonous at certain doses and greater than zero point one grams per kilogram weight of your dog it can actually result in that low blood sugar I doses above zero point five grams per kilogram it can result in liver failure now is Iowa tall is only poisonous to dogs it's not poisonous to cats is not poisonous to humans but again you you always want to keep the sugar free mints gum and products out of the backpack out of the briefcase right out of the person your dog doesn't get into it fans of gone have very small amounts is I'll talk well other brands of gum or minutes had huge amounts of xylitol what I've noticed is an emergency critical care specialists in toxicologist is that when you buy gum or men's that come in a hard plastic container they usually have a ton of xylitol in there if they're in a cardboard chewable Packer gone those usually have less Tylenol but it still can be poisonous depending on how many pieces of gum your dog got into my safest recommendation is stop buying sugar free gum with silo talk if you have a dog it's way too dangerous if your pet gets into it when in doubt you don't want to induce vomiting if your dog just got into gone because I do worry your dog can have a life threatening low blood sugar within thirty minutes or even an hour getting into this you always want to get your veterinarian your E. R. that right away or call the ASPCA animal poison control for a life saving advice the second place and that I often times see and briefcases backpacks are lunch boxes are grapes and raisins now we don't actually know if grapes and raisins are poisonous to cats this is more of a dog then but when dogs eat grapes raisins they eat out huge amounts I once had a dog going to kidney failure from getting into eleven ounces of raisins I've seen so many dogs get into backpacks ready eat a little snack sized container raisins sometimes it happens more during Halloween when those terrible neighbours giveaways little boxes of raisins and set a candy grapes and raisins can cause kidney failure and while we don't know the exact reason of how it causes that about fifty percent of dogs that get into it will develop kidney injury now we measure kidney values on a blood test and we're looking at B. when and creatinine those are two simple tests that look at kidney function in dogs and cats if your dog got into a great berets and now one grape one reason not going to be a big deal but if it's more than a handful I do become concerned especially if your dog is small while there's no toxic dose of grapes and raisins we call it idiosyncratic poisoning that's a fancy way of saying we don't know if there's a toxic dose there are some dogs that get into one great every day for the rest of their life and never have an issue and there's the healthy Labrador who may eat one pound of raisins and potentially die from kidney failure great so maisons du saying a stomach for a long time so if your dog and integrate surveys and so you do want to get to a that right away or your yard that because oftentimes will induce vomiting even hours out to help prevent that kidney damage that can happen to your dog most the time if the dog gets into it I hospitalize them for at least twenty four to forty eight hours while I flesh out their kidneys with IV fluids to make sure they don't have underlying kidney injury thankfully the prognosis is pretty good as long as they don't develop any kidney injury then next poison we can see a lot and backpacks or lunch boxes are macadamia nuts in this sounds strange but macadamia nuts are the only not out there that are truly poisonous the dog gets into peanuts or almonds or cashews I don't worry quite as much it's macadamia nuts now macadamia nuts contain about eighty percent fat a little bit of sugar and these are really really tasty and they're usually chocolate covered most people when they go on vacation a whole YA will bring back some chocolate covered macadamia nuts well if you do this make sure not to put it in your kid's backpack macadamia nuts because a neuro muscular reaction where temporarily your dog can't walk for about twenty four to forty eight hours it can also really inflame the pancreas resulting in pancreatitis and acting because signs of vomiting or diarrhea or not wanting to eat the safest thing to do is keep macadamia nuts especially if they're chocolate covered how to reach the next couple of toxins these are less common but if you put a bunch of onion sacks into a backpack can potentially be an issue now one or two onions and a sandwich that you make for your kid not gonna be a big deal at all but we don't want to make it a habit of eating our dog anions mall the food you should never obviously have this in your backpack or your lunch box but if you happen not leave a sandwich in your backpack you forgot about it all weekend in your dog got into it really rarely mall the food can.

"aspca" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

10:34 min | 3 years ago

"aspca" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Just came out of the ASPCA animal poison control center and this is in an article where they released their top ten lunch box toxins these are great hands on how you want to keep your dog and cat state as you're getting ready to go to school for your children of course this is a little depressing because it means that summer is over but there's a couple of key things that are packed in backpacks or lunch boxes they can actually be really dangerous to your dog and your cats most of the time it's going to be a dog getting into this because of their nature they're more curious they're schnauzers going into the backpack they sniff out somebody's poisons and I always tell people there are three simple tools are tips that you can use to help protect your dog and cat from poisoning the first one is please hang up your backpack your briefcase or your purse we'll talk more about some of the toxins are the poisons that are in the backpack purse or briefcase the second thing is if you use a weekly hello holder the Monday through Sunday plastic containers that have seven little boxes where you can put all your medications well when you put pills in it it sounds just like a rattle toy for your dog your dog is going to chew into it and can be exposed to a lot of different human medications this is a big problem especially a pet parents that might be older because they may be on a blood pressure medication a water pail a baby aspirin a fish oil and a lot of these weekly pill holders contain really dangerous medications to dogs or cats so my second tip is keep those weekly pill holders out of reach the third easy tap is making sure to pet proof your house how do we do that one easy way making sure to crate train your dog if you create train your dog as a puppy and they're used to being in a crate while you're gone during the day they're going to view this as a Dan just like a. Wulfstan and that way you can't get into anything dangerous in your house another easy way Pat proofing is to make sure you keep your human medications away from your pet medications what I mean by this almost every day in the E. R. I see a human who's actually take in their dogs medication and they gave their dog their human medication when in doubt put your own human medication in the bathroom and your pets medication in the kitchen in our elevated shore where they can't get into it always take the five seconds to make sure you're reading the prescription bile appropriately so you're giving the right tilt to the right patient I wanted out put a sticker on it but a dog sticker or cat sticker on to the actual bile so you don't get confused when you're really really busy the third way a pet proving our house this is the biggest one I see the in the ER is when people are about to go out of town they put all their medications and vitamins directly into a plastic zipper or zip lock bag in the road on their suitcase so they remembered packet well those vitamins or pills have a weird older smell and now you just put an old really chewable plastic bag and nothing is more stressful than having to spend the night in the margins the room before you leave for a big trap so those are my easy tips on how to pet proof your house when it comes back to school safety tips for pets the top toxins that are actually in a backpack or lunchbox include gun that can contain xylitol grapes and raisins macadamia nuts I anions potentially mall the food cold packs used to keep food cool ADD or ADHD medications Asman Heller's over the counter medications such as Tylenol or Advil or even illicit drugs are synthetic marijuana yes those can be in backpacks too so how are we gonna keep our pets safe again please elevate that backpack or that lunch box as soon as your child gets home from school make sure they know where to hang it up or. to put it in the bedroom in a classic now let's talk about each of these poisons I talked about the dangers of Zolotov before but I want everyone to be aware of it a lot of people don't bake was silent top but it does come as a one hundred percent powder I once had a dog that was poisoned and wanted to liver failure from getting into sex muffins made with a hundred percent silent talk so you do have to be very careful now is that the tall is what we call a sugar alcohol it's a sugar free substance that actually found naturally a lot of people will use the sugar free products that contain xylitol because it helps reduce the amount of calories are cavities that we get most the time when I see that a top reasoning it's because a dog or rarely a cat gets into candy gum meant diabetics snacks or food baked goods certain types of toothpaste certain types of veterinary dental products nasal sprays over the counter medications or chew will pull multi vitamins are prenatal vitamins is I'll toss in so many products nowadays it's even in non chewable melatonin so you always want to make sure if your dog or cat got into anything it doesn't have X. Y. short preside at all in the active ingredients of take the time to look at the product and make sure there's no X. Y. or xylitol in that product when I see these are the top reasoning unfortunately it can cause hypoglycemia which means it's a life threatening Lee low blood sugar so what signs is your dog in a shell they may walk drunk they may collapse they may seem really weak and not be able to get up they may vomit or have a racing heart rate they may be panting in severe cases they can be trembling try meringue or even seizure and. now xylitol is poisonous at certain doses and greater than zero point one grams per kilogram weight of your dog it can actually result in that low blood sugar I doses above zero point five grams per kilogram it can result in liver failure now is Iowa tall is only poisonous to dogs it's not poisonous to cats is not poisonous to humans but again you you always want to keep the sugar free mints gum and products out of the backpack out of the briefcase right out of the person your dog doesn't get into it. fans of gone have very small amounts is I'll talk while other brands of gum or minutes had huge amounts of xylitol what I've noticed is an emergency critical care specialists in toxicologist is that when you buy gum or minutes that come in a hard plastic container they usually have a ton of xylitol in there if they're in a cardboard chewable pack of gum those usually have less Tylenol but it still can be poisonous depending on how many pieces of gum your dog got into my safest recommendation is stop buying sugar free gum with silo talk if you have a dog it's way too dangerous if your pet gets into it when in doubt you don't want to induce vomiting if your dog just got into gone because I do worry your dog can have a life threatening low blood sugar within thirty minutes or even an hour getting into this you always want to get your veterinarian your E. R. that right away or call the ASPCA animal poison control for a life saving advice the second place and that I often times see and briefcases backpacks are lunch boxes are grapes and raisins now we don't actually know if grapes and raisins are poisonous to cats this is more of a dog then but when dogs eat grapes raisins they eat out huge amounts I once had a dog going to kidney failure from getting into eleven ounces of raisins I've seen so many dogs get into backpacks were the eat a little snack sized container raisins sometimes it happens more during Halloween when those terrible neighbours give away a little boxes of raisins and sent a candy grapes and raisins can cause kidney failure and while we don't know the exact reason of how it causes that about fifty percent of dogs that get into it will develop kidney injury now we measure kidney values on a blood test and we're looking at B. when and creatinine those are two simple tests that look at kidney function in dogs and cats if your dog got into a great berets and now one grape one reason not going to be a big deal but if it's more than a handful I do become. concerned especially if your dog is small while there's no toxic dose of grapes and raisins we call it idiosyncratic poisoning that's a fancy way of saying we don't know if there's a toxic dose there are some dogs that get into one great every day for the rest of their life and never have an issue and there's a healthy Labrador who may eat one pound of raisins and potentially die from kidney failure great so maisons du saying a stomach for a long time so if your dog got into great surveys and so you do want to get to about right away or your yard that because oftentimes will induce vomiting even hours out to help prevent that kidney damage that can happen to your dog most the time if the dog gets into it I hospitalize them for at least twenty four to forty eight hours while I flesh out their kidneys with IV fluids to make sure they don't have underlying kidney injury thankfully the prognosis is pretty good as long as they don't develop any kidney injury then next poison we can see a lot and backpacks or lunch boxes are macadamia nuts in this sounds strange but macadamia nuts are the only not out there that are truly poisonous the dog gets into peanuts or almonds or cashews I don't worry quite as much it's macadamia nuts now macadamia nuts contain about eighty percent fat a little bit of sugar and these are really really tasty and they're usually chocolate covered most people when they go on vacation a whole YA will bring back some chocolate covered macadamia nuts well if you do this make sure not to put it in your kid's backpack macadamia nuts because a neuro muscular reaction where temporarily your dog can't walk for about twenty four to forty eight hours it can also really inflame the pancreas resulting in pancreatitis and acting because signs of vomiting or diarrhea or not wanting to eat the safest thing to do is keep macadamia nuts especially if they're chocolate covered how to reach the next couple of toxins these are less common but if you put a bunch of onions snacks into a backpack. can potentially be an issue now one or two onions and a sandwich that you make for your kid not gonna be a big deal at all but we don't want to make it a habit of eating our dog anions mall the food you should never obviously have this in your backpack or your lunch box but if you happen not leave a sandwich in your backpack you forgot about it all weekend in your dog got into it really rarely mall the food can cause tremors or seizures.

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"aspca" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"aspca" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"My own pets and I actually pre program my cell phone and my GPS in my car so if something happens and someone needs to go to the local vet or the merchant see doctor or call right away we have all that information already pre programmed in there you bring up a great point about first aid kits there are a lot of great first aid kits out there for humans but there are a couple of unique things that cat owners need to have in their cap for sake well I think that there are things that can happen to cats that maybe aren't a dire emergency where you got it without that G. P. S. thing you might debate what should I do things like wins in injuries and things so are there things in the first aid kit that you could at least hold out to soar to stabilize until you can get to the veterinarian absolutely so. the first thing that I recommend for a first aid kit just in case there are some things you can do at home is again get a copy of your cat's medical record make sure the phone number is printed out for your vet emergency back and the ASPCA productor actions and then make sure to buy a standard human first aid kit that oftentimes helps a lot of the things that we need it's gonna have bandages it's gonna have some guys might have some tweezers I might have gloves and there but a couple other things that I wanted to add in include getting certain types of bandage material or things like that rap you can always purchases from your veterinarian we want to make sure it's clean are sterile because if your cat has a really bad wound sometimes being able to put a light bandage on as you see better attention we'll help keep it clean the other important thing is to have non latex gloves in there a pen light in a thermometer now I don't recommend using a mercury thermometer I recommend using something like a kids did drop thermometer along with some sterile duplication packets most the time I don't like cat owners taking their cats temperature at home because the only true accurate way is rectally and so it's often times safer for us is better professionals to do it but it is good to have in case of an emergency the other thing that I like to have it I'd like to have a low case if an event that you need to grab your cat and go immediately this is especially important during natural disasters of say there's a hurricane or something and you.

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This 7 year old dog whisperer will melt your heart

Ellen on the Go

04:01 min | 4 years ago

This 7 year old dog whisperer will melt your heart

"Let's talk about Roman mccown. Okay. So here's a kid seven years. Let me just let me reiterate eighty seven years old seven years old. Whereas he's wearing glasses which. Doesn't need. He wears them for fashion, suspenders and a bow tie. And he is on a mission to rescue to place every single dog in America in a home every kennel dog every shelter dog. He wants a home for those dogs and seven years old. And if you can do it by being cute that kid is going to do it. Because my goodness. Is anyone a huge ward by the ASPCA? He did he did. And he's already placed thirteen hundred dogs. It's unbelievable. He's like sometimes you, you know, a little girl comes on. And she sings the fifty state song were Sophia Grayson Rosie come on, and they sing Nicki Menaj song in one sings in one dozen and they're super cute. And you know, you know, they're going to outgrow that. Yeah. I get the sense that this kid is going to be a zealot yet for for rescuing animals for the rest of his life. And he's going to be the cutest damn rescue. Where every seven years old. That's the part. That's amazing. Seven awesome little. Outfit. You've got to see it. Check out the show. Sweet. We are going to do more with that kid. Yep. Yeah. For sure. And here's Ellen asking him. Why he does it? All right. Well, I love what you did. So congratulations for winning. How did you feel when you one I felt very excited and? Tons of other happy things. Yeah. Lots of happiness inside. So you're seven years old. Yes. When did you start start helping animals I started helping animals when I was four, and what made you want to start helping animals. So when we lived in Texas, and I would see that there were dogs outside of the outside of texmart. Now, we're just in crates with a tiny bed in them. And I wanted to get to for them to get adopted. Right. Okay. But a lot of people think that, but they just kind of go home and go on with their lives. But you decided you wanted to do something about it. I did because they don't need a life in a kennel. I mean, they should be running free. But I don't mean like running free. I just. Yes, they should be somebody's home. And that's so great that you do that. So you help you make videos to to show how cute the animals are. Right. And talk about why they deserve a home. There's all these videos that you've made with all these dogs. And so you go to the shelter and make the videos. Yes, Lee we made the videos for the Gog. So they can get it adopted. Right. And then do you only do dogs or other animals their animals because I actually have once made a video of Guinea pig. A really was Niblett Niblett ended did Niblett get adopted. He got a home as fast as it Dogwood. Oh, that's fantastic. I love that. You're doing this. You know that because I love animals and I loved that. Someone your age already is starting to care about animals because there's a lot of animals and Chiltern that need homes right now hands of animals right now. Yeah. A lot of them. So why do you love helping animals so much? What what is it about animals? Well, I love helping animals because well, they get a life in a kennel what kind of life. This is that it's not a good one. No. And they offer so much love don't they they make you feel happy. They make you feel like you're houses complete with what they dialed or your family's complete. Yeah. I know I sometimes look at kids that don't have pets in their homes, and I'm thinking that's not right. They should grow up with pets. Everybody should have a pet. I mean, it doesn't have to be a dog. But it could the cat. It could be. The basically anything as long as it's just not something that came from breeding..

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