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"dr debbie" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

09:57 min | 6 months ago

"dr debbie" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Is animal radio featuring veterinarian Dr Debbie white Gruber Joey Villani news director Laurie Brooks and now from the red barn studios here your hosts al Abrams and Judy Francis it's our John Sally will be joining us the ladies are all very excited about this of course a big buff NBA player very successful guy who's also a vegan and a kitten lover gotta love it yeah there not to love so he's just around the corner right here in the radio I want to find out what it's like being a vegan course vegan is one step up from being a vegetarian it's not only the beast it is very tough I have tried I have not been successful the whole vegan thing just going to the with no dairy and no cheese no cheese is the hardest of all of that idea really all I need is bread and cheese to live just freshly baked bread butter cheese on top of it pizza that's all I need to sort of find out and you know of course he's as being an NBA player ease you spend a lot of energy yeah so I wonder what it's like not to have that it is diet let's see what do we do it in the news the bottom of the hour you know how sex offenders there is a a registry for those people yeah yeah and then they have to go around the end of the block editors themselves to the neighbors I'm not sure about all that I just know they have to register and then I heard listen yeah hello now there is a patch abuser registry that is being implemented must be about a pet abuser registry that's kind of cool okay that's on the way let's go to line for for doctor daily right now and we had across the country to violet how are you doing hi good where you calling from today we are calling from California who's that in the background Vegas he came from Las Vegas and now you're for daycare today okay everyday shirts with the playground so what's going on with your animal I have doctor Debbie right here under our profitable for wildlife and I raise them now he's got a lot of little spot you know I took him to get fixed and he said we have the allergies well I mean yeah they fix them if they didn't say what kind of allergy because then they would have to do a stamping so I started giving him some kind of black dog which of the three fatty acid the new system I I'm seeing a little bit different but I don't know what I can do for like during his I did see three but that's not working so many different type of shampoo okay more about this guy how old is he he's only five months old five month old little she who you eat and what what do these areas look like on his body like what I've read okay in the desert air loss in the year is it thank you got hair on there so I mean I don't know if there's a special shampoo so I do or we'll see the first thing I'm gonna tell you that allergies definitely can happen in young dogs but that's the truth of the matter is that seasonal allergies inhalant allergies are not gonna be present in a doggy this young so things that are Poland's you know things are blooming outside it takes a well over a year and a half of exposure to those environmental allergens for Pat to develop an allergy so we can almost kind of just ignore that whole possibility but we can sometimes see food allergies in young dogs sometimes I've the youngest I diagnose it is been a six month old puppy but typically those pats will tend to be quite it she you know we have some pretty typical signs with that initial wow will puppy how golly at five months old I will tell you why I understand you are high maintenance yeah the first thing I honestly would have this boy he evaluated for is to check him for mites Gemma tactic might so what they call the red meat you just gotta wait and common when I could come in and then they fix Foti said the the the corner of but will it if it didn't help it does help yeah but every time I take him over to the my mom's yard it is I think he's allergic to the ground as a contracted already yeah okay we'll I'm just telling you going with the odds in a young pup of his age even if we don't see mites on the first sampling sometimes it does take multiple sampling so I would just wanna make sure we exhaust that you know this is something you're but can't you just by looking they actually take some skin samples have to do that skin scraping as we call it so if that's been done and I do feel more comfortable about that but you know okay so see see that test is negative for your little guy yes they're definitely going to be some things we're going to look at doing it we might start with some of those colloidal oatmeal shampoos which can be very soothing for the skin and then I would address going into a hypo allergenic diet tend not really familiar with some of the brand that you mentioned yeah but you didn't know nothing yeah and you know green isn't always the big problem it's kind of a big fat in the human world with nutrition but actually some research studies actually show that some of the most common allergens in foods for dogs are things like beef which is over thirty percent of the most common allergens and dogs Derian we are followed after that actually you know corn is pretty low on the list it's lower down so things when we talk about greens yeah it could be a grain problem but in many cases it could be a chicken or beef all those other ingredients my gosh yeah so if you would I I'd say pick up the phone talk to them that and say what food would you recommend in my office if I'm treating the food allergy I like to go to something a young dog like a novel protein diet maybe it's gonna be something that's just two ingredients it's gonna have a carbohydrate it's gonna have a protein my own dogs on a rabbit based diets on some dogs arrive really well on a fish based diet in the thing I'll tell you as with with hypoallergenic diets you know you it's it's a little trickier than just looking on the label insane is this food have that angry or not because for hypoallergenic diets the ideal way to do this is to manage it with very limited ingredients and to make sure that we're using things that are new and novel to the pats experiences so I personally as a veterinarian I like to have some some recommendations that I would throw your way so chat with that veterinarian and make sure that we didn't have mites and then then we can talk about a little bit more about these diets and fatty acids are great I like that you mention the diet with fatty acids but you know I prefer to bring them in any supplement forms and bring it in and help bring it in in the liquid add that in it so that we can control the Jews in the amount we know that this can be beneficial for your little guy violet I commend you got your hands full with that that whole crew of doggy day care and plus a little guy's heart and I'm sure you're gonna get him on the men here soon this is doctor Debbie if you have a question for the dream team give us a call this healthy serving of animal radios brought you by the grain free redbarn naturals canned food for dogs and cats all we is made in the USA with natural functional ingredients to support your pet's optimal health learn more at red barn Inc dot com and thanks so much red barn for underwriting animal radio and we're going on to Amy Hey Amy welcome to the show hi thank you for having me on where you calling from today calling from Bethlehem Pennsylvania what's going on our thoughts are on a raw diet for your dog I was just introduced to the concept by Mike Roemer and see what pops work yeah that was it for any particular reason or my job this is with one ear not both I'm being a little more read helped her to get a little bit of build up in it I was using some ointments and treating it that way and that and always take care of it and so she just heard talking about a raw diet for you know different conditions and looking at all you got I have a little wet the and Thailand terrier okay if you don't solve a lot of personality knows what he's yeah they're fine with that I'll have to say hearing that piece of information is very different because yes they are just a horrible with allergies and skin disease in general in when I look at different breeds I can pretty much count on if I see a westie that's coming for anything skin related we're gonna have a very big Heller G. talk because they are just so prone to these problems and it could be just something as simple as having ear infections or maybe an occasional rash or just hearing their skin out to you know to the bottom of their skin it it just varies quite a bit so is far as hell I can't say that I've necessarily embrace just a raw diet for this purpose for me I kind of go into this long spiel about food allergies and for me it isn't I don't treat that necessarily with raw diets the way I treat that is by limiting the ingredients and that might be either through a limited ingredient diets are usually used to prepare commercial ones that are in the veterinary great lines oral use hydrolysed protein diets do the the ways that most veterinarians feel most comfortable with dealing with food allergies and it's really based on the concept of how pets respond to food allergens so just because a food is rotten doesn't mean they're not gonna be allergic to it so for me I'd rather go to more the the concept level of of what the problem is so if penciler Jack to say check and we obviously are going to avoid that but the problem is it's not easy to know what a dog is potentially allergic to so we have to go on one of these elimination diets so the only other problem I have to say with you know doing your own like raw diets you know there's certainly the food borne illness concerns as you know even with commercial food reverse we're seeing with you know some of the similar concerns and prepared foods so that is an inherent concern I have with those also had just a in the different digestive concerns that we have along with that nutritional long term a fax with home prepared diets a little bit variable so I generally more towards the prepare commercial foods okay as far as allergies would it be could this be an allergic reaction even though our response you know just one year it's absolutely you got it could be one year that just kind of chronically has a problem and for some breeds I would say here's in rears for me our number one symptoms of food allergy so if we have an issue but we have live in Oaklyn problems or we have recurring ear infections is are big reasons.

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"dr debbie" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:14 min | 6 months ago

"dr debbie" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Clouds and a slim rain chance afternoon highs in the low eighties it's seventy two degrees said newsradio WFLA president trump says America is not a country built to be shut down and he wants people back to work by April which is three weeks away despite health care officials saying the spread of the corona virus will still be peaking yesterday president trump suggested getting people back to work in less than three weeks our decision will be based on hard facts one of the top medical experts on the coronavirus task force suggested it was a flexible timeline no one is going to want to tone down things speaking to fox news the president repeated his theory on why keeping the economy shot is worse than the corona virus you're going to have suicides by the thousands I don't think he's listening to the science democratic and Republican governors say president trump should not rush Americans back to work Laura Podesta CBS news Florida now has nearly fifteen hundred cases a corona virus with twenty deaths the epicenter of the outbreak in the country is in New York where hundreds of people have died WHL officials saying because of a very large acceleration in infections there's a potential for the U. S. to become the next hot spot over the past day or so eighty five percent of the cases have come from Europe or the U. S. the white house's coronavirus coordinator Dr Debbie Burke says the numbers in spikes in infections will be different depending on where you live in the country each state and each hot spot in the United States it's going to be its own currency because the seeds came in at different times as far as what's next for the U. S. Burke says the only data they can learn from at this point is coming from China and South Korea those are both places that have already moved through their curve Jeff Paul reporting the Senate has reached a deal with the White House on a two trillion dollar economic stimulus plan the deal was announced early this morning it will provide economic relief for businesses laid off workers and families affected by the corona virus it's estimated that over half the US population is under some form of shelter in place or business closure because of the disease Ford has shifted gears.

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"dr debbie" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:48 min | 7 months ago

"dr debbie" Discussed on AP News

"President Mike pence's name the state department's global health Dr Debbie perks to coordinate the U. S. response to the corona virus I promise you we will continue to bring the full resources of the federal government to bear to protect the American people on Capitol Hill health and Human Services secretary Alex Cesar face some doubts in a house committee this is New Jersey Democrat bill passed ground president is tweeting about the stock market junior officials are lying about containing it and I don't see a plan to manage the risk stocks are lower again today on Wall Street another person in the U. S. is infected someone in California who doesn't appear to have the usual risk factors of having travelled abroad or being exposed to another patient Bernie Sanders is riding high going into the South Carolina democratic presidential primary the AP saga Makani reports there are fears among some Democrats Sanders nomination could cost them the house some lawmakers say nominating a self proclaimed socialism might cost a moderate or centrist Democrats seats in competitive districts Republicans would need to gain eighteen seats to win back the house reporter seven asking speaker Nancy Pelosi if it's time to protect the majority by trying to knock down Sanders as White House bid she's having none of it however the nominee is of our party will wholeheartedly support saying she's told Democrats they simply cannot show division unity unity unity Sager Meg Downie Washington former Baltimore mayor Catherine Pugh was sentenced to three years in prison for arranging fraudulent sales of her self published children's books to promote her political career actress Lori Loughlin enter fashion designer husband will go on trial in October in Boston on charges that they bribed their daughter's way into the university of southern California this is a P. news Saudi Arabia has banned foreign pilgrims to visit Mecca because of the corona virus these new regulations will be a potentially knowledge wrench in the works the millions of faithful Muslims who were hoping to travel to the heady site as part of the annual hajj pilgrimage this appears to be the first time the kingdom has made such a bold decision and may be based on the worry that the virus will spread amongst programs as it has in Iran Saudi's putting family the else I would stake their legitimacy in overseeing I'm protecting religious sites in the kingdom well thirties also suspended entry to travelers from nations affected by the new virus the whole tourist visas for the country I'm Karen China's Japanese prime minister Shinzo Ave is asking all elementary middle and high schools in Japan to close until late March to help control the spread of the corona virus because many local school officials by surprise Japan school year ends in March leaving little time for final exams.

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"dr debbie" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"dr debbie" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Since two thousand five and his fifteenth. Major win overall second only to Jack Nicklaus who has won eighteen majors in his career. The east coast is now under threat from severe weather that swept through the midwest and south tornado watches and warnings are in effect through Virginia West Virginia, Maryland, Pennsylvania, the district of Columbia and parts of New York. The mid Atlantic region is also seeing its share of severe thunderstorm warnings at the storms ripped across the south this weekend. They spawned tornadoes and heavy raise that left four people dead in Texas, Louisiana and Mississippi KABC socal weather mostly clear this evening that low clouds and fog overnight lows in the mid fifties. More news coming up in thirty minutes. Continuing coverage. KABC dot com. I'm Steve coming talk radio seven ninety K ABC news. This show. Furnished by animal radio network LLC and red barn. Pet products. Celebrating the connection with our pets this animal radio, featuring veterinarian, Dr Debbie white groover Giovanni news director Lorie Brooks. And now from the red barn studios. Here your hosts Hal Abrahams and Judy Francis. Doozy of a show today. Yeah. It's going to be fantastic shit. Of course, your calls at one eight six six four zero five eight four zero five go ahead. Call right now. Judy will get you in Q to talk to Dr Debbie or to Joey Villani and just a few minutes or we're gonna talk. Dave berry the very funny author and writer Dave berry who wrote a book another another book. Yeah. He'll we has like fifteen million bucks. But this one about a dog unless unless he's learned from his dawn. So I'm excited about I gotta tell you. What little nervous I've interviewed lots of big celebrities before but this guy here, I'm always fire. Yes. He makes me nervous. Okay. Let's go to line two for Dr Debbie. Hi patsy. How are you doing today? Good nice day. Where are you calling from North Carolina, North Carolina? I don't hear the southern drawing your voice then. Well, I lived.

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"dr debbie" Discussed on Animal Radio

Animal Radio

03:21 min | 1 year ago

"dr debbie" Discussed on Animal Radio

"Show. I have Dr Debbie right here to answer your questions. Wanting to know is can I see my cat raw meat and fish as opposed to the Cam stuff so four and what I have had vitamin in tarring to if I hit. We'll I'd have to say that you know, we know that a Kiedis are obligate carnivores. So they need meat. I am not a fan of feeding raw meat and fish in substitution for a good quality, balanced, commercial cat food. For a couple reasons, and you mentioned one thing touring, which is important in me, no acid that if we do feed a raw meat raw fish based i-it we're going to likely run into movable deficiencies, including touring deficiency. Which is so important for cats. They have afford time greater need for this acid than dogs do. So it's very easy for them. If we don't meet their needs with it that they can have a problem reading leading into all sorts of heart problems and problem. So no, I don't think that feeding just a supplement is going to make up for that. There's also going to be other amino acids nutrients, there's even TD's that will have a thiamine deficiency, which is a b vitamin in that can actually result because feeding raw fish actually can have a enzyme that breaks down the ability of the body to absorb B-vitamins. So that can also cause a whole round of other types of problems. So. My bottom suggestion is I I really would recommend going there. If the base of the diet is a good quality cat diet. Then I think you're better off to do that. And you know, I know of people that would say, oh, I fed my cat tuna here. And there, you know, but you just got to be very careful. There's higher risk of bacterial related infections these nutritional deficiencies, and I just don't know that I would really wanna gamble without. Plus traveling. My gosh, isn't it easier? Just to make a commercial diet and your situation. Well. You have on the truck. And I was just it seems like she has kind of a problem with some of the camps, hat foods and show eat 'em. And before she can even walk away from the dishes already thrown it up and feature that it might be an allergy or something something in it that can't tolerate she's eight years old. And I mean, I food myself why six hers well. In here. There are some kitties. That cannot holler canned food. I see a lot of them sometimes start off where we just think it's just the canned food. They can't tolerate and then with time we go onto discover they may actually have more established intestinal disease such as inflammatory bowel disease. So I think sometimes that's kind of the early start that we make those notices and then later on we discover they really do have more of a problem. So in those lines than Alexi look at using hypoallergenic diets for those that are the frequent vomiting that just don't tolerate certain changes in their diet. Thanks listening. Lynn one eight six six four zero five eight four five..

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"dr debbie" Discussed on Animal Radio

Animal Radio

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"dr debbie" Discussed on Animal Radio

"What's going on? I had Dr Debbie the whole team here for you. If your dishes gets like where their chin rubs against them or something like this. You'd get that build up of the dark stuff what I were talking like fifteen twenty dishes, Philippine this is an investment. Now. I thought I think vinegar might take it off or something like that. But then I'm worried about it. The plastic absorbing the smell. Right. Yeah. I was going to say I'm not quite clear what we're saying. So your kiddies have what on their chin? Why the dishes from a cats leaning over and eating the dishes themselves. Get like this coating of of a black ish substance the same rubbing against a door a lot or something. Oh, well, yeah. I know this she new you worry about your darned dishes. I want to know what's going on in the cats. So that's a weird. Look is we need to examine your cat and look at the chin area because kitties for kitties and the chin area. That's there's a lot of subconscious clans let an oil glands in that zone and probably on there. Yeah. So counts can be prone to having problems in that area. I'm in a lot would just play a role what kind of bowl the eat of because there can be allergic triggers to what we call chin acne and the. Can be more in ceramic bowls things like that or even plastic bowl. So I tend to stay more with stainless steel as a non reactive bowl. But it really does depend on the Kiedis chin, and what you've got going on there because some different katie's with more hair like say, a Himalayan or you know, Persian. They're going to have more potential build up of moisture, and they can get bacterial infections or yeast infections down there as well. So it's kind of hard over the phone to tell you what it is. I would have to see your, Katie. And to say that you know, it depends on how how soon the bulls are also being cleaned out. So there's food plus the oils, plus the gunk in the dirt, you know, whatever's in the immediate area that can build up on the actual bowl. But on the catch every day. But this saves have accumulated over the years and. And. Bowls. Well, if your cats are perfectly healthy in their chins are fine. I guess I don't know what to tell you because I don't know what to take something off the bulls eye. You know, this is my job street in the kitty vinegar would do it. But then I'm afraid to bolster smell nickel kind of a you. So yeah, I, you know, I would say it would be important to have the keys looked at to see if there's a medical problem that you need to treat. So you're you're not beating yourself against the wall doing something. That's not gonna stop. So. But that's just my best advice is that. Yeah. Yeah. Okay. Okay. Now super my next question. All of a sudden now I've been take care of animals for like thirty five years. I'm I'm up there in age. But there were you could always have the, you know, the vet scale their teeth with them awake. So they didn't have to have the end season. What have you? Now, suddenly adult can cost. She's six hundred dollars to have the the animal sedated and the teeth clean, and it can cost four hundred dollars..

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"dr debbie" Discussed on Animal Radio

Animal Radio

04:27 min | 2 years ago

"dr debbie" Discussed on Animal Radio

"Thanks for your call. This is Dr Jimmy give us a call here at one eight six six four zero five eight four five, and we have who is Jesse Jesse. How are you? Pretty good. I wanted to talk to Dr Debbie am right here. What can I do for you? Kate. Evil food. Oh, good. I thought you said eve ill mama's Mama's gonna. gonna. Yeah. And because my dog had been scratching a lot and it's not fleas ticks. I take good care of both of them. And so I bought this. And I started feeding it to them. And my husband said, I want you to them because it's got beef lamb. It's and what he's really you're tainted about is. Because it also has. Venison, Harry, Noel carrots and all that and buffalo, and he says all this comes from from dead animals that they find the I'm in the forest and all and so he has he has a problem thinking that this food is coming from lake road. Kill right. He's not that. They're being bred for this. Right. Okay. Well, let's let's dispel that. Because when we're talking about commercial pet foods, they do have to get their sources from verifiable outlets. So they're not going around and picking up in scraping up raccoons off the road and have to say some of what you've mentioned venison in bison, some of that some of the greatest quality meats, and if you're going the route that you are where you're going to maybe a grain free diet in the course of a food allergy. I applaud you because I think that's a great thing to do. I would have no reservations about it commercial dog food. Now, I thought when I heard you say venison, and all that I thought you were like, you know, using your own. Hunting findings for making dog food. But if you're using a commercial brand, and you know, that one is certainly one I have a lot of clients on. And I definitely value that so I I would squash reservations, okay? Okay. How's the skin coming along? They they're still itching. I well, I stopped taking giving them the food because of my husband. He wanted to know about it. And then I do on the radio and twice as if anybody would know it would be you. Thank you. That you know. I mean it and noticing he was worried about the eggs, and I don't think they would. I think they would cancel the product and say bring it back, you know. Yeah. In from what I from the different food manufacturers. I've spoken to recently. They use a lot more egg protein in powder than they actually do the pure eggs. So as far as that is a diminish concern. But yeah, but I've had clients have actually they're feeding eggs to their pets. And you know, they're getting sick as well. So you know, you you can definitely cause that from a human illness from what we're eating toe. Keep the old leftovers away from your dog. Don't wanna share that thing is what they're itching. I you know, I can't understand what it is. Because it it. And I mean, I I put the frontline plus on them, and okay, I'm even giving him vitamins, and I bought this. Christly salmon oil for them. Okay. Itching and great sign there so many things that cause it so couple things. I'd look at is definitely make sure your fleet program is very diligent. They're even missing out a little bit one flea by can cost them to each for weeks. So that's very important that we're very aggressive about that. The second thing is that, you know, the the food trial that you're working towards it's very important to stay faithful to that we as humans tend to cheat, and we give little milk bones. We give little treats here, and there and that will ruin all your efforts at sticking to a faithful food trial for food allergies. The third thing is that we could have allergies and allergies. Are the great mimic? There's so many other diseases that look like allergies. So I like the idea of using fish oil. There may be other things we can add in antihistamines some other medications if we're going down that allergy road in that might be something that we can kind of tap into little pharmaceuticals if necessary, but you know, I definitely work on that flea control and. Stick to your food.

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"dr debbie" Discussed on Animal Radio

Animal Radio

04:26 min | 2 years ago

"dr debbie" Discussed on Animal Radio

"Thanks for your call. This is Dr Jebby give us a call here at one eight six six four zero five eight four five, and we have who is Jesse Jesse. How are you? Pretty good. I wanted to talk to Dr Debbie am right here. What can I do for you? Kate. Evil food. Oh, good. I thought you said eve ill mama's Mama's gonna. gonna. Yeah. And because my dog had been scratching a lot and it's not fleas ticks. I take good care of both of them. And so I bought this. And I started feeding it to them. And my husband said, I want you to them because it's got beef lamb. It's and what he's really you're tainted about is. Because it also has. Venison, Harry, Noel carrots and all that and buffalo, and he says all this comes from from dead animals that they find the I'm in the forest and all and so he has he has a problem thinking that this food is coming from a lake road. Kill right. He's not that. They're being bred for this. Right. Okay. Well, let's let's dispel that. Because when we're talking about commercial pet foods, they do have to get their sources from verifiable outlets. So they're not going around and picking up in scraping up raccoons off the road. And I'd have to say some of what you've mentioned venison and bison some of that some of the greatest quality meats, and if you're going the route that you are where you're going to maybe a grain free diet in the course of a food allergy. I applaud you because I think that's a great thing to do. I would have no reservations about it commercial dog food. Now, I thought when I heard you say venison, and all that I thought you were like, you know, using your own. Hunting findings for making dog food. But if you're using a commercial brand, and you know, that one is certainly one I have a lot of clients on. I definitely value that so I I would squash. Those reservations, okay, okay. How's the skin coming along? They they're still itching. I well, I stopped taking giving them the food because of my husband. He wanted to know about it. And then I do on the radio and twice as if anybody would know it would be you. Thank you. Things that you know. I mean it and noticing he was worried about the eggs, and I don't think they would. I think they would cancel the product and say bring it back, you know. Yeah. In from what I from some of the different food manufacturers. I've spoken to recently. They use a lot more egg protein in powder than they actually do the pure eggs. So as far as that is a diminish concern. But yeah, but I've had clients actually, they're feeding eggs to their pets. And you know, they're getting sick as well. So you know, you you can definitely cause that from a human illness from what we're eating to- keep the old leftovers away from your dog. Don't wanna share that thing is what they're itching. I you know, I can't understand what it is. Because it it. And I mean, I I put the frontline plus on them, and okay, I'm even giving him vitamins, and I bought this. Christly salmon oil for them. Okay. Itching and great sign there, so many things that causes. So couple things. I'd look at is definitely make sure your flea tick program is very diligent. They're even missing out a little bit. You know, one flea by can cost them to each for weeks. So that's very important that we're very aggressive about that. The second thing is that, you know, the the food trial that you're working towards it's very important to stay faithful to that we as humans tend to cheat, and we give milk bones. We give little treats here, and there and that will ruin all your efforts at sticking to a faithful food trial for food allergies. The third thing is that we could have allergies and allergies. Are the great mimic? There's so many other diseases that look like allergies. So I like the idea of using fish oil. There may be other things we can add in antihistamines some other medications if we're going down that allergy road in that might be something that we can kind of tap into little pharmaceuticals if necessary, but you know, I definitely work on that flea control and..

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"dr debbie" Discussed on Animal Radio

Animal Radio

04:17 min | 2 years ago

"dr debbie" Discussed on Animal Radio

"You could tell Judy already has up all the Halloween costumes around the studio that she's going to or planning to put all the animals. Yes, I believe Dr. Debbie, you get into this Laurie. I believe you even dress up some of your dogs. Don't you every day almost. Crazy like that. I do enjoy the good festivities. The Christmas hats, you know, the little elf hats. I like that around the holidays. And then of course, Hala weaned is a big favorite of mine to the animals like it. That's the question. You know what my dogs are so food motivated, they will endure anything for be somewhat of that. So I get I get the photo ops. I don't torture them in, leave it on them. It's not something they would want on all day. But you know, for Kyoto photo, they don't mind it every year. You always see these pet costumes that come out. Many of them not very original, like the hut dog. Yeah, but you know what? We came across some really, very original and very unique costumes, and we actually got the sample a couple. I have pictures here. This is Molly Molly Dolly. The studio dogs she is wearing a a lion align may that she looks very much like a lion, their death, and she's only like seventy eight pounds. And you have one over here. Is this one that you're gonna give away? Yes, this is a mermaid and I was looking at it looks like a fit a dog, maybe fifteen pounds or so. Maybe ten to twenty pounds. We have Allison Alberts. She's the founder of pit crew, and that's spelled with a k. k. r. e. w. e. and she's offering fun high-quality in very unique pet costumes. Welcome to the show. Allison. Thanks for having me. So I got to ask, is this something you do all year round? You create costumes for animals. We do. We create costumes year round and we believe every day the reason to celebrate and dresser puffs up, not just for Halloween, but every day you can unleash your own parade. Now, I guess we're not alone here in the studios. Sixteen percent of American families actually dress up their animals for Halloween. That's correct. In about four percent preplanned their pets cost him to match their cost him six months before Halloween. See, I thought I would think that percentage would be higher. So tell us a little bit about the costumes you have because they're all very unique. And I wish this was television as you describe him. I will hold up pictures to the microphone for those listeners that. Sure. So since you guys had mentioned the mermaid costume, this is one of our favorite costumes on the tail. It's color changing sequence that you can change it from a thief, own green to an emerald green or seafoam blue to emerald green and we're gender neutral over here. So if he wants to remove your seashells can create a Merman or Rita. I made, however your dog feels whatever your dog is going for that day. And then we also have some of my other favorite costumes. I, we sell our unicorn ha for cats and unicorn hats for dogs. These come with like a little rainbow main and sparkly unicorn horn, and these are so much fun. We hand is a for fabric on the main for each one's a little different and a little unique. So I got to ask, is there a dog and perhaps your dog that is the, let's say, Guinea pig for these costumes. Well, we do have several. We call them our intern, the investments. The interns enjoy dressing up because they always know that treats right behind the cost to so they, we do dress them up, but on a whole wheat for all of our specs pictures and the pictures that go on in within our product that we sell. We go right down the street to Jefferson SPCA and we use a doctoral dog to photograph in our costumes, and it serves as their Gotcha adoption pictures as well as an amazing stuff photo. And so we work with the dog to get the news to human touch and playing with them, and we never force it if they don't wanna wear costume mccoo with that. But for the day to day Instagram snaps, we use our interns. So you're working on something that makes your business, your costume business, just a little bit different and you're going to have to explain it in the most basic terms because I'm not a real techy guy..

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"dr debbie" Discussed on Animal Radio

Animal Radio

04:17 min | 2 years ago

"dr debbie" Discussed on Animal Radio

"You could tell Judy already has up all the Halloween costumes around the studio that she's going to or planning to put all the animals. Yes, I believe Dr. Debbie, you get into this Laurie. I believe you even dress up some of your dogs. Don't you every day almost. Crazy like that. I do enjoy the good festivities. The Christmas hats, you know, the little elf hats. I like that around the holidays. And then of course, Hala weaned is a big favorite of mine to the animals like it. That's the question. You know what my dogs are so food motivated, they will endure anything for be somewhat of that. So I get I get the photo ops. I don't torture them in, leave it on them. It's not something they would want on all day. But you know, for Kyoto photo, they don't mind it every year. You always see these pet costumes that come out. Many of them not very original, like the hut dog. Yeah, but you know what? We came across some really, very original and very unique costumes, and we actually got the sample a couple. I have pictures here. This is Molly Molly Dolly. The studio dogs she is wearing a a lion align may that she looks very much like a lion, their death, and she's only like seventy eight pounds. And you have one over here. Is this one that you're gonna give away? Yes, this is a mermaid and I was looking at it looks like a fit a dog, maybe fifteen pounds or so. Maybe ten to twenty pounds. We have Allison Alberts. She's the founder of pit crew, and that's spelled with a k. k. r. e. w. e. and she's offering fun high-quality in very unique pet costumes. Welcome to the show. Allison. Thanks for having me. So I got to ask, is this something you do all year round? You create costumes for animals. We do. We create costumes year round and we believe every day the reason to celebrate and dresser puffs up, not just for Halloween, but every day you can unleash your own parade. Now, I guess we're not alone here in the studios. Sixteen percent of American families actually dress up their animals for Halloween. That's correct. In about four percent preplanned their pets cost him to match their cost him six months before Halloween. See, I thought I would think that percentage would be higher. So tell us a little bit about the costumes you have because they're all very unique. And I wish this was television as you describe him. I will hold up pictures to the microphone for those listeners that. Sure. So since you guys had mentioned the mermaid costume, this is one of our favorite costumes on the tail. It's color changing sequence that you can change it from a thief, own green to an emerald green or seafoam blue to emerald green and we're gender neutral over here. So if he wants to remove your seashells can create a Merman or Rita. I made, however your dog feels whatever your dog is going for that day. And then we also have some of my other favorite costumes. I, we sell our unicorn ha for cats and unicorn hats for dogs. These come with like a little rainbow main and sparkly unicorn horn, and these are so much fun. We hand is a for fabric on the main for each one's a little different and a little unique. So I got to ask, is there a dog and perhaps your dog that is the, let's say, Guinea pig for these costumes. Well, we do have several. We call them our intern, the investments. The interns enjoy dressing up because they always know that treats right behind the cost to so they, we do dress them up, but on a whole wheat for all of our specs pictures and the pictures that go on in within our product that we sell. We go right down the street to Jefferson SPCA and we use a doctoral dog to photograph in our costumes, and it serves as their Gotcha adoption pictures as well as an amazing stuff photo. And so we work with the dog to get the news to human touch and playing with them, and we never force it if they don't wanna wear costume mccoo with that. But for the day to day Instagram snaps, we use our interns. So you're working on something that makes your business, your costume business, just a little bit different and you're going to have to explain it in the most basic terms because I'm not a real techy guy..

intern Allison Alberts Molly Molly Dolly Dr. Debbie Judy Laurie Jefferson SPCA Instagram Hala Guinea k. k. r. e. w. e. seventy eight pounds Sixteen percent fifteen pounds twenty pounds four percent six months
"dr debbie" Discussed on EFT/Tapping Q

EFT/Tapping Q

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"dr debbie" Discussed on EFT/Tapping Q

"Are multiple ways that you can subscribe to the show so you don't miss anything as we move forward today's conversations with dr debbie silver and i was talking to debbie about the work that she was doing and what was going on behind it and as she was sharing with me her work and how she ended up doing her work be we were working on something else so i had to keep this thought in the back of my mind so at the end of our conversation i could bring this up but i immediately once we finish the tasks that was hand invited her to be on the podcasts debbie has been doing some really interesting work around round betrayal actually focused her phd work on how people recover from betrayal and you can get to the other side of it and betrayal is unique in different as you'll hear in this conversation from other negative emotions i can be mad about something and that can be isolated to the experience that mad within when we feel betrayed what it does is we're not just feeling betrayed in the moment but you start to doubt your ability to trust because this one place that i really trust to get undermined does that mean i'm trusting poorly everywhere else and so it starts to show up not just in that one specific relationship but it starts showing up in lots of relationships not only does it show up an emotional ways but it can show p physical ways as well and so over the course of this conversation what we do is debbie shares her work how she got involved with it and what the healing arc looks like when we are dealing with betrayal at the end of the interview she talks about really specific tool that you can use right away after the interview i'll give you some instructions on how you can get that tool absolutely free so here is my conversation with debbie about betrayal.

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"dr debbie" Discussed on Animal Radio

Animal Radio

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"dr debbie" Discussed on Animal Radio

"Of the birthday girl what you have happening today she's actually wearing a little birthday crown telerate bunny i'm sorry you also weren't supposed to mention this champagne at my desk or that big old cake in the corner but thank you guys coming up we're going to talk about rescuing animals from the an i mean all kinds of animals from the volcano zone and the not so well known or downside dangers of gps pet trackers really gps trackers the next danger now okay he's what's next what's next this call right here hi jim how are you doing great good where you calling from today camera california's a lovely kim real we used to be you my home used to love that place it's like far enough out of the city you know what i mean it's beautiful nice and comfortable today i bet it is i have dr debbie here what's going on with your dog cat iguana paranoid flamingo guana yet lob so i'm sorta as a while ago about fleas night got rid of the fleas but is still incheon and i think it might be from the food and i didn't know what kind of good food to give them it will get rid of the allergies or what have you for them well the the trick to this when we're talking about food allergies is it's not as simple as just go into the grocery store and picking a different food off the shelf when it comes to food allergies there's there's different ways that we can approach food allergies the two big ways as we pick a diet either picked on one that it would be in what we call the hydrolysed diet family the other is what we call the novel protein diet family so there's different ways now kind of briefly go over those the hydrolysed protein diet is similar to children that just can't take milk formula so there's they basically take milk proteins and they break them up into smaller pieces so that they can still take the milk and how formula but their immune system doesn't react to it so this is what they do with this type of dog food as well so is a way of kind of checking their immune system so say dog is allergic to chicken they can still eat chicken base protein if it's hydra leist so it's kind of a sneaky way but that's something you would have to see your veterinarian for their a couple hydrolysed day out on the market by different manufacturers in those are by far one of the more direct ways to figure out into capture those dogs that are potentially food allergic now the other way that i mentioned is called novel protein diets and that used to be good old lamb and rice we used to think you know decades ago was agree novel protein that dogs just hadn't seen it but we know that isn't necessarily the case now in it's actually everywhere so now for protein diets can work and after a couple years dog can actually get sensitive to that protein it's no longer new they're used to it so then we may have to switch to something different and these diets are again there are more than just go into the food at the grocery store and saying i'm going to pick a venison based diet now because they're still different ingredients within those diets so this to you would want to work with your veterinarian to help pick a food some you know different manufacturers up serena royal canaan hills i am a lot of these companies they have diets that may be based in newark proteins things like venison kangaroo duck a rabbit so that might be the protein source that we're looking at whichever way we go we need to make a commitment for a couple of months with a diet and staying faithful to it not giving treats not giving human foods or other types of snacks around at that time but then after about eight weeks maybe twelve weeks we've seen overall improvement in the aging in the.

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"dr debbie" Discussed on WSRQ Talk Radio

WSRQ Talk Radio

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"dr debbie" Discussed on WSRQ Talk Radio

"Yeah and i can't tell you how many dogs when they hear the sound of an ice maker we'll go running to the refrigerator freezer but okay i will have to say there's always a caveat with anything you can feed your pat and i have to be like the public service message i'm sorry i will be dr debbie downer on so yeah it can be fun know the best thing dogs that lick and play with the ice cube ragged rather than just maybe crunching chewing it because large i ice cubes when they chew on it they can actually crack their teeth so veterinary dennis will caution you on that is just as possible that that can happen with some of the other hard shoe items so chewers beware that concern isn't it just as hard as like a bone of any short that she'd go to the store though i mean makes it less yeah i mean some degree it's but anything that's hard enough that when you wack your knee with it it would hurt i like the idea though.

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"dr debbie" Discussed on Animal Radio

Animal Radio

03:54 min | 2 years ago

"dr debbie" Discussed on Animal Radio

"The connection with our pets we are with dr jeremy turner he's a professor of psychology neuroscience and illinois college any studies the sounds that animals can here but humans can't and we have lots of questions about led lights in particular go ahead dr debbie that was a big concern i had because we recently had switched all of the light bulbs over from the old incandescent bulbs led's and now after we're hearing that the lights could be emitting some sound that disturbed my pets i'm kind of i'm bothered by that i wanted to know what you think about what i need to do well unfortunately this is one of those things that you can't hear it and you know we developed some equipment that we sell to the measure it unfortunately measuring this kind of thing can be somewhat expensive because you have to have these really kind of high end microphones that are sensitive to these high pitch sounds but but if you turn on a device and if you've got a pet you know in the vicinity within a meter within a few feet for example of the device and if you notice it orienting turning its head or we're doing something different as a result you can be pretty sure that it heard that and and you know sound drops with intensity pretty significantly and so high pitch sounds especially if they are generating them at a light out of computer if you're a few feet away it drops really noticeably and so the animal if it's bothered by it can it'll it'll go away it might leave the room it might not wanna sit on your lap while you're working on something at the computer but it might you know just walk five six feet away lay on the floor where it's it's not hearing it anymore and so these high frequency sounds are you know you can think of them like bat you know sonar they they act like little ping pong balls they shoot straight lines you know most sound kind of bends around corners you can have the lawn more running and you can show your window in the door and it's still seeps through but these high frequency sounds hit a wall and they'll bounce back like a ping pong ball and they don't bend very well so if you have a source like that it's oftentimes contained within the device itself so a light for example if it's got a good seal on it it's going to hold all that energy in but if it's got a crack in it if it's got you know the plastic cover on it isn't in place it might seek out and in your computer it actually is coming out of the the the fan area all those electron ix inside there they're blocked by the you know the metal or plastic how using the computer but where it's breathing where the fans blowing out all that to give permission it's coming out there and it'll hit the wall and it'll bounce back and give it four or five sixty it'll drop to the level that's not going to be a big problem but mostly about sound because that is your specialty the led lights i know they flicker i mean there but humans can't see it but they do go on and off and a at a rate that maybe dogs can see do you think well you know i'm not a vision expert so try to make it a practice not to delve into areas of no nine again but but there are switching mechanisms in those computers so the power switching on and off at forty or fifty thousand times a second in those things and so that can create this acoustic kind of transient that we can hear or that the animals can here and that we can measure but but you're right i mean led lights one of the grave in problematic things about them that you can get them to emit different wavelengths different colors of light you know along the spectrum and so different species are are sensitive to different wavelengths so you know we we humans you know have have color vision that is you know of the three basic varieties and we know that that other species have have differences so that they can see some colors that but in different ways so that moves a little bit out of my space but the point is that yeah just like found there are things that are visual environment and not to mention olfactory i mean they're great sniffers our cats and dogs they there's a whole world out there since we information that that.

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"dr debbie" Discussed on WSRQ Talk Radio

WSRQ Talk Radio

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"dr debbie" Discussed on WSRQ Talk Radio

"Say will i dunno pet insurance it's not that were advocating pet insurance all of us in the studio has a different viewpoint on insureds and how to pay for your animals when they get sick i put a little bit into a savings account in if i need to pull it out i have it i don't have to pay any premium so that for me is a benefit the damage i but you've got to be disciplined do that can i also say that that i i think one reason a huge reason that i don't have had health insurance because i i could have years ago it was very common for people to have insurance on their horses because ravs really expense yet very expensive surgeries and and so i but i chose not to and um i was lucky nothing big happened but you know insurance is so let's just say that i'm really really lazy when it comes to doing paperwork and it just frustrates me to no end um maybe dr debbie would know some better programs you know that are good about coming through in paying for you without having to fill out and then you know paperwork and then going back to your vet and then you guys have to fill out additional paperwork to dr debbie either way i think there's different ways you can streamline assume for our clients what we have is with your insurance company whoever it may be we will scan scana blank form and put it in their charge and when they come in and and if they designate any time i come in i would like of acclaim filled out then we print that off and we start that form at the at the onset of their visit so it makes it a little bit more easy for some folks to have that kind of arrangement done whereas they don't have to save all the receipt and so my gosh have got to send us and later which you can do just as well just depends on how you operate in highly think about things so that we found that helps that make it more convenient to fill out the forms we'll find out.

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"dr debbie" Discussed on WSRQ Talk Radio

WSRQ Talk Radio

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"dr debbie" Discussed on WSRQ Talk Radio

"It's animal radio celebrating the connection with our pets and we will hit back to the phones for calls for dr debbie enjoy volonte after this first we're gonna visit with mira horowitz and she is a i play she's the founder of lucky dog animal rescue in arlington virginia we have our on skype hi how are you doing mira how are you very good thank you so the argue the founder of this great organization i am i am and that's not your fulltime job though you're also an attorney is that correct yeah i'm actually i have watched the formal practice of law and i'm an executive recruiter for universities so i help find meters for public and private universities across the country very cool very cool so you i hope to charter a plane from puerto rico which is i gotta tell you it's been what four months now since three and a half and very little has been done by our government to help out the the folks there in there were actually i don't even know if they have electricity on yet more than sixty percent an island does not have electricity or water think about that tonight when you turn on the dishwasher the deer dishes and then take a shower think about the folks from our country in puerto rico that have no electricity and no water and then think about the animals there too there were and still are a lot of animals while a lotta doubt my problem good ringtone there they're they're always have been a lot of animals down in puerto rico that are sort of a homeless and federal in nature is that correct well yeah so it is a terrible problem that existed while before the hurricane and now that after in aftermath of the hurricane is just in compounded and people have left the islands at for many different reasons and um it up the for a long time to the first two months on the airlines were not allowed to foot pant at pets in cargo allow us an faa regulation so people just had to leave their pets and sometimes they left them with friends in the front stopped wanting to care for them or sometimes they just you know tied them.

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"dr debbie" Discussed on WSRQ Talk Radio

WSRQ Talk Radio

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"dr debbie" Discussed on WSRQ Talk Radio

"Dont'a how can we help you today i have the good doctor dr debbie white thi well i have two hogg who is a year and a half and she has what the specialist has told me is cyclic l a p show she has hair loss on both sides one side and of course the other uh she's not my first bulldog inside when she first started losing their hair i wasn't too alarmed because i went through this with another bulldog and it turned out to be food allergy um however um they don't seem to think that's what her problem is um we are on the food diet right now do and a high per hour djinnit diet um but the that lilley didn't give me much hope for her hair rowing back and i just wondered is there are you familiar with anything that might help or note anything else i'm like could do oh sure yeah and and you're talking about cyclical or what we call seasonal flame gallup he shone which is basically kind of a smoothie hair lost that happens on the size and is usually even on both sides tends to happen at certain times of the year and hit the trick is and you kinda got to summit is with the food allergy is that this can look like a lot of different skin diseases so it's kind of a diagnosis by exclusions so we try to eliminate all those other possibilities and what i'll usually do is do skains scrape testing looking for my eats i will give you a testing for a hormone problems thyroid disorders adrenal gland uh we even do skin biopsy.

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