19 Burst results for "Dr Katz"

Bye Bye Cellulite?

Art Beauty

01:55 min | 8 months ago

Bye Bye Cellulite?

"Today my fabulous co host is dr cats. He is a board certified dermatologist and director of the geneva skin and laser center. Right here in manhattan dr katz. Thank you so much for being with us today. Number with you So everybody's gonna wanna listen up because cellulite. It is a huge problem. I feel like having been in this beauty community forever. The way that i look at cellulite is that it's kind of like if your boss was to bring their bratty child to a party. It's something we all know about. It's it's a problem we all have to deal with. But there's nothing you can really do about it so nobody wants to touch it. Is that pretty accurate. That's how cellulite has been regarded. Yeah absolutely i mean we. We used to call cellulite. The holy grail he goes there have been so. Many treatments have been touted to work from lasers to Radio frequency to topical agents caffeine aminov. Flynn medication that you rub on his skin. All different types of things and you know what most of them did nothing you know. It's it's interesting too. Because i think that i want to talk a little bit about what cellulite is. What causes it. But before we get into that. I also want to specify boomer talking sometimes about you know quote unquote treating things. There's a difference between actually trading a problem and making it appear like making the appearance. Less notable and i think sometimes people confuse that they think fit like. Oh if i use this cream. This cream is actually going to treat it when really know it might help make the appearance somewhat less noticeable things like

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Dr. Kenneth Calvert on the History of Puritans

Hugh Hewitt

03:51 min | 11 months ago

Dr. Kenneth Calvert on the History of Puritans

"Back America to hear it. The Hillsdale dialogue sponsored by Hill. Tell college that you hear each week at this time is underway. All things Hillsdale collected it. Hil failed dot e d u I mentioned a great classical school in Orange County, which is Thea Orange County Classical Academy. It is one of the Hillsdale classical academies inspired by Hillsdale. Which teach the founding and Dr Larry on President. Hillsdale College is joined by Dr Kenneth Calvert. Dr Katz When we went to break we're about to talk about the founding up North Way discussed the laws of Virginia three weeks ago. People who go and listen to that. That's England transplanted. What is it that the pilgrims had in mind? And when did the Pilgrim's become the Puritans? And how did they diverge? And when does the Salem compact come into this conversation? Well, I think it's important to understand that James, the first of England was really attempting to create a culture built around the Church of England. Andre English, Christianity on and then what happened in the midst of that was that you have two ends of a spectrum kind of cut off from from inclusion in that one are the Puritans on one side, the other are those who choose to hang on to their Catholicism's And on the product inside the Puritans and the pilgrims were ones who really struggled with this idea of being you know, essentially forced into into the Church of England. The Pilgrim's being separatist left first went to the Netherlands and, um, realize that their Children were becoming Dutch more than they leaving behind English tradition. So what's very interesting about the pilgrims? And then the Puritans that followed them is that they were very much you know, Uh, Honoring the King and stand and Parliament of England. But they did struggle with the religious, um, on church structure that had been established. And so the pilgrims ended up coming to the northern colonies and the pilgrims being much more separatist, much more distinct in their attempt. T O be separate from the Church of England, the Puritans who came after them and again. There's a lot of discussion is how one really makes a distinguished distinguishes between these two groups. The Puritans. Many of them were from London. Many of them were involved in commerce and business. Many of them had been trained at Cambridge University, Cambridge University in that at that time, tend to be the kind of intellectual center Puritanism. And what they wanted to do in this new colony or new colonies in the north was to really establish Christian Republic, Um, still under, um You know the King and Parliament of England but to establish a kind of government again, As I said earlier, that might Be a a model for how Christians would live with and among one another, they established the first university in the colonies, Harvard University. Established. You know, in the name of John Harvard, who was a Puritan from Stratford upon Avon and in 16 36. This this college became a university was established. Train pastors and to give a high level of education to the leadership of the Puritan communities

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"dr katz" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"dr katz" Discussed on 600 WREC

"You would think as the infection rate skyrockets deaths would go up. It's not happen because of two reasons. One. It is highly contagious and two not very fatal to anyone under the age of 40. Which is what Dr Katz said two months ago. You have to quarantine and look after those sequester those who are at risk. Everyone else needs to get to work. Let's continue. Plus, we have what's happening in Seattle. One of my listeners, Chuck, I'm gonna put a call in to him in about 15 minutes to see what's happening to chop. It was Chazz. Now it's chopped in Seattle. Plus the riots and the protests continue unabated. This is a why do you think it's happening now? Four months before the election, it's only going to continue and get worse. And quite often, my President Donald Trump feeds the monster by often tweeting things that are completely stupid and inappropriate. 100%. Don't fade, The monster that the white power thing at the villages and I love the villages made no sense at all the graft in the 75 year old guy that was that was pushed aside by Buffalo police, and he cracked his head. Then trump tweeted. Somehow he's connected to Antifa. Are you getting me? All the trumps has got to do is be Trump if Trump runs against Biden. Trump wins. Trump's policies run against Trump's tweets. Trump loses, I want My president is too important from this point on to run on your record and quit tree tweeting things that don't matter and giving those who oppose you a reason to go after you that why power stuff? I mean, 99.999% of those in the villages in central Florida are great people. And you don't feed the monster and the president fed the monster and he shouldn't do that. So let's continue with their calls it the line becomes available, 8666477337 Bill counting in the Great American with you every Sunday night wake up in the know. With Birmingham's Morning news tomorrow.

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"dr katz" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"dr katz" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"You would think as the infection rate skyrockets deaths would go up. It's not happen because of two reasons. One. It is highly contagious and two not very fatal to anyone under the age of 40. Which is what Dr Katz said two months ago. You have to quarantine and look after those sequester those who are at risk. Everyone else needs to get to work. Let's continue. Plus, we have what's happening in Seattle. One of my listeners, Chuck, I'm gonna put a call in. Damn it about 15 minutes to see what's happening to chop. It was Chazz. Now it's chop in Seattle. Plus the riots and the protests continue unabated. This is a why do you think it's happening now? Four months before the election, it's only going to continue and get worse. And quite often, my President Donald Trump feeds the monster by often tweeting things that are completely stupid and inappropriate. One out of percent. Don't fade, The monster that the white power thing at the villages and I love the villages made no sense at all the graft in the 75 year old guy that was that was pushed aside by Buffalo police, and he cracked his head. Then trump tweeted. Somehow he's connected to Antifa. Are you getting me? All the trumpster has got to do is be Trump if Trump runs against Biden Trump wins. Trump's policies run against Trump's tweets. Trump loses, I want My president is too important from this point on to run on your record and quit trade tweeting things that don't matter and giving those who oppose you a reason to go after you that white power stuff. I mean, 99.999% of those in the villages in central Florida are great people. And you don't feed the monster and the president fed the monster and he shouldn't do that. So let's continue with their calls line becomes available, 8666477337 Built counting in the Great American with you every Sunday night. Way started on tuck it to create the perfect untouched shirts. But along the way, we had other great.

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"dr katz" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"dr katz" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"You would think as the infection rate skyrockets deaths would go up. It's not happen because of two reasons. One. It is highly contagious and two not very fatal to anyone under the age of 40. Which is what Dr Katz said two months ago. You have to quarantine and look after those sequester those who are at risk. Everyone else needs to get to work. Let's continue. Plus, we have what's happening in Seattle. One of my listeners, Chuck, I'm gonna put a call in. Damn it about 15 minutes to see what's happening to chop. It was Chazz. Now it's chop in Seattle. Plus the riots and the protests continue unabated. This is a why do you think it's happening now? Four months before the election, it's only going to continue and get worse. And quite often, my President Donald Trump feeds the monster by often tweeting things that are completely stupid and inappropriate. 100%. Don't fade, The monster that the white power thing at the villages and I love the villages made no sense at all the graft in the 75 year old guy that was that was pushed aside by Buffalo police, and he cracked his head. Then trump tweeted. Somehow he's connected to Antifa. Are you getting me? All the trumps has got to do is be Trump if Trump runs against Biden. Trump wins. Trump's policies run against Trump's tweets. Trump loses, I want My president is too important from this point on to run on your record and quit trade tweeting things that don't matter and giving those who oppose you a reason to go after you that white power stuff. I mean, 99.999% of those in the villages in central Florida are great people. And you don't feed the monster and the president fed the monster and he shouldn't do that. So let's continue with their calls. The line becomes available, 8666477337 Bill counting in the Great American with you every Sunday night. Coco Way started on tuck it to create the perfect untucked shirts. But along the way, we had other great ideas.

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"dr katz" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"dr katz" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Doctor Jeffrey Borki and we can with him in just a few minutes now Joe Biden has asserted that no medical doctors ever said to use hydroxy Corcoran this is absolutely irresponsible there's no serious medical personnel out there saying the use that drugs is counterproductive is not gonna help really Robert Wilkie is the secretary of veteran affairs here's what he said that was not a VA study researchers took VA numbers and they did not clinically review them they were not peer reviewed they did not even look at what the president just mention the various comorbidities that the patients who were referenced in that study had I also want to go with the the secretary of HHS the instructions I received from the president were very clear that was to preserve and protect life of those of us who had a military life some of us around this table we've been taking this drug for years as the president mentioned department of defense and VA have been using it for sixty five years on every any given day V. A. uses forty two thousand doses of this drug and what we did with this virus first hit us was to use every means necessary to help preserve life we believe that the Congress was right and the president signed legislation to protect life Dr Smith is with the Smith center of infectious diseases if what he said about hard rock the clerk when we actually offered that we you know the the spot mobs out right and we don't ever thousand patients going to seven positive by the way that we offer to those all tears and the spot month if they want to go on a prophylactic Lee they're offered as I'm checking it now we've been talking about over the last several days the number of people who are likely going to die as a result of the reaction to our reaction to this pandemic about seventy five thousand or so called deaths of despair projected over the course of the next ten years because of the way we responded to this Dr Katz is a Soviet secretary for mental health and substance abuse and she is a member of the crown of our task force is what you said about this however even medically it is not the sole perspective I felt it was important to offer the governor's a different albeit equally important medical perspective as such I made the following remarks it is my privilege to serve as the Assistant Secretary for mental health and.

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"dr katz" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

09:55 min | 1 year ago

"dr katz" Discussed on WTVN

"News dot com that exactly a popular site and we gave additional voice to Dr Katz who had written an op ed in The New York Times on March twentieth which was in so many ways ignored as well except a handful of people I have been look I'm skeptical of big government that's not to say we don't need government that's not to say that you know sometimes they're in positions on individuals obviously not a radical libertarian I'm not an anarchist I'm a constitutional but the problem with the government as it always goes too far it never knows how to police itself it never knows when to hit the brakes and so now it's on a massive spending binge and a massive attack on civil liberties I look at that doctor I need is Mister professor Mister I producer on television how do you like that anyway that's why we have a constitution the founders of this country the framers of the constitution we equally concerned we equally concerned what they did not count on in one of the problems we have now is the way that our press conducts itself you know when I pointed out in and freedom of the press maybe it's time to go back to that the early American press doesn't really impress verily was one man and a few men with printing presses which was a very very difficult process and as time went on these are individuals these are men we'll put out pamphlets or maybe maybe a small short newspaper and I I call it the patriot press because back then they would give you the news from England or if they knew in the in the news would always come late for obvious reasons sometimes as much as six monthly but the force for liberty the force for representative government the force for faith the force for private property rights came out of the patriot press before there was a constitutional convention there was a patriot press before there was a declaration of independence there was a patriot press before the so called official beginning of the revolutionary war there was a patriot press he Patrick press that advance the cause of human liberty you look at most of cable not all but most of cable you look at most of the newspapers today network news these are not forces from liberty they said that forces for representative government for private property rights about a hundred years ago actually more than a hundred years ago five hundred twenty years hundred thirty years ago there was a movement that it developed starting with intellectuals there really was an effort to project Marxism if you will Hagel ism on to our society then I write about this in rediscovering Americanism in the tourney progressiveness it's not a simple book but it is what it it was a true counter revolution against the American revolution in these intellectuals so called Woodrow Wilson wasn't just Wilson Theodore Roosevelt embrace this to they rejected the limits in fact resented the limits placed on their ability to re jigger society to re engineer society that the constitution placed on society and they wrote extensively about it very smart people then I've written almost everything actually read almost everything they write and I write about it in the book they attack relentlessly the framers of the constitution they attacked relentlessly the declaration of independence the declaration of independence emphasizes the relationship between the individual and society and the relationship between the individual and god there's nothing in the declaration of independence that promotes government in fact the country it promotes the ability to rise up against unjust government the constitution I hate even more in the way they write about this and talk about it S. those people back then in that generation just because a few of them met in Philadelphia and if you more than met in their state capitols and they pass this constitution they have no right to impose that on the rest of us every generation has the right to decide what kind of government of what kind of society wants to be so there is this endless attack on the constitution and the most poisonous aspect to this is as I've said a thousand times they use the constitution to destroy the constitution like they did with the impeachment of president they will wave around the constitution spinach meeting it's living and breathing down tion of the text doesn't mean a hell of a lot less agree with like elections they oppose elections unless they went and they have spent a hundred and twenty years unraveling our constitution hundred twenty years dismissing our declaration with this this constant attack on our civil society let it in many ways by the current media patriot media and now we have what I call the Democratic Party press in my book in the Democrat party has been a party not all the time but too much of the time that has been extremely evil the civil war was fought north against south in most ways but it was also fought against the Democrat party the Republican Party came into existence to oppose slavery and oppose the Democrat party the Democrat party even after the civil war would not abandon its racism that was the core of the Democrat party so we have decades decades of the brutalization of blacks and others who support them and their freedom in in the Confederate states what were the Confederate states the Democrat party then we have the the clan the clan has always been an offshoot of the Democrat party the client and the client had power some little areas it still does but it had enormous power of the Democratic Party over its platform the Democrat party couldn't get a passage in its platform in the early nineteen twenties rejecting lynching the Democrat party today is taking a different tact getting braces minorities but it doesn't embrace minorities because it believes in liberty and braces minorities because it believes in power and so it is embraced this progressive movement which is a soft Marxist movement and so they seek massive spending they seek massive centralization of power they seek to control the courts they seek to control elections why they're not interested in representing the people they're interested in controlling the people manipulating the people this is what Marxism is about Hagel ism is about Russo ism is about it's about progressivism and you know like the Palestinians stole the name Palestinian is that Palestine Palestinian it sounds like these these folks are a you know that there the the native souls of thank now they call it the progressive movement when there's nothing really progressive about it I'll be right back well.

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"dr katz" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"dr katz" Discussed on WTVN

"And everyone else gets back to work makes perfect sense to me so let's continue we have three lines open now one becomes available eight six six six four seven seven three three seven I watched the mayor mayor Goodman of Las Vegas Nevada completely angry at the idea that her status when shut down and there's ways of opening up American society in such a way as to diminish the rest to those at risk this is not small pox this is not the bonnet plague this is an illness which according to Dr Katz will be caught by most people we will develop antibodies we'll get a herd immunity before the vaccine arrives in which case we're in good shape the policy we have taken according to Dr Katz merely changes the date you're going to be exposed if we had not done any of this stuff the same number of people will be exposed by stopping society or not stopping society according to Dr Katz let's continue with your reaction eight six six six four seven seven three three seven bill Cunningham the great American with you every Sunday night hi Joost talk shot newsradio six ten if you suffer from endless cycles of sinus infections or seasonal allergies or if you're often congested or if you snore or if like most of us you're a little worried about what you're breathing in these days here's an important message I'm Martin Hoke the inventor of Nevada the world's only.

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"dr katz" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"dr katz" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Then your immune to it that sounds pretty good in fact Santa Clara county get a quickie study and they think tens of millions of Americans have already had it and they're immune so Dr Katz's point is one that we do that identify those individuals most at risk ask them to be separated from American society and everyone else gets back to work makes perfect sense to me so let's continue we have three lines open now one becomes available eight six six six four seven seven three three seven I watched a the mayor mayor Goodman of Las Vegas Nevada completely angry at the idea that her status when shut down and there's ways of opening up American society in such a way as to diminish the rest to those at risk this is not small pox this is not the bottom plate this is an illness which according to Dr Katz will be caught by most people we will develop antibodies we'll get a herd immunity before the vaccine arrives in which case we're in good shape the policy we have taken according to Dr Katz merely changes the date you're going to be exposed if we had not done any of this stuff the same number of people will be exposed by stopping society or not stopping society according to Dr Katz let's continue with your reaction eight six six six four seven seven three three seven bill Cunningham the great American with you every Sunday night lance tomorrow six oh seven talks about the bangles drafting hopefully.

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"dr katz" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

03:33 min | 1 year ago

"dr katz" Discussed on KTRH

"Technicians as Eisenhower once said should not be running the country these are enormous unemployment numbers enormous in these politicians are running for the hills that's why they're out spending one over the other they're making the matter much much worse much much worse I suggested a week or so ago that the task force be expanded includes some additional experts Dr Katz is there who's a renowned expert the renowned expert that he should be included on the task force deaf ears the specialist in preventive medicine and public health founding director of the Yale University Yale Griffin prevention research center Dr I need these professor of so many things at Stanford I can barely say the mall others also at Stanford Dr Erin been David and Dr J. Bhattacharya they wrote back over two weeks ago that the estimates about the covert nineteen fatality rate may be too high by orders of magnitude right here how did they know this how do they know this how to doctor catch know that the better way to address this is by targeting the areas geographic areas where you have these hot zones and also targeting the populations that are most vulnerable to this virus in terms of mortality they knew and there's others they're not alone we are killing this economy killing it now here's another point I want to raise with you all you trump supporters and I am one the next shoe to drop first the first US trump didn't react soon enough he's incompetent blah blah blah and of course we know what a lie that is the next shoe to drop is they're going to tie this economic downfall around his neck they're gonna politically hang on with it if they can that's what they're gonna trying to if only they had spent more money like Pelosi wanted to if only they'd spent more money faster like Schumer wanted to if I only use the national defense act and nationalize this industry in that industry if only if only if only he'll be on defense the entire time so all the spending politically will be for naught then economically OB disaster not tomorrow not the next day not next year but down the road it'll be a disaster why do you think I get behind this microphone do you think I'm enjoying this I'm getting behind this microphone hoping some somebody in some position in the administration is paying attention you and I we got to provide advice to you and I will get to help direct where the country should go this is an effort to sabotage the president it's an effort to deal with people who are sabotaging the president.

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"dr katz" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

03:33 min | 1 year ago

"dr katz" Discussed on KTOK

"Technicians as Eisenhower once said should not be running the country these are enormous unemployment numbers enormous in these politicians are running for the hills that's why they're out spending one over the other they're making the matter much much worse much much worse I suggested a week or so ago that the task force be expanded includes some additional experts Dr Katz is there who's a renowned expert the renowned expert that he should be included on the taskforce deaf ears the specialist in preventive medicine and public health founding director of the Yale University Yale Griffin prevention research center Dr I need these professor of so many things at Stanford I can barely say the mall others also at Stanford Dr Erin been David and Dr J. Bhattacharya over two weeks ago that the estimates about the covert nineteen fatality rate may be too high by orders of magnitude right here how did they know this how do they know this how to doctor catch know that the better way to address this is by targeting the areas geographic areas where you have these hot zones and also targeting the populations that are most vulnerable to this virus in terms of mortality they knew and there's others they're not alone we are killing this economy killing it now here's another point I want to raise with you all you trump supporters and I am one the next shoe to drop first the first US trump in react soon enough he's incompetent blah blah blah and of course we know what a lie that is the next shoe to drop is they're going to tie this economic downfall around his neck they're gonna politically hang on with it if they can that's what they're gonna trying to if only they had spent more money like Pelosi wanted to if only they had spent more money faster like Schumer wanted to if I only use the national defense act and nationalize this industry in that industry if only if only if only he'll be on defense the entire time so all the spending politically will be for naught then economically OB disaster not tomorrow not the next day not next year but down the road it'll be a disaster what do you think I get behind this microphone do you think I'm enjoying this I'm getting behind this microphone hoping some somebody in some position in the administration is paying attention you and I we got to provide advice to you and I will get to help direct where the country should go this is an an effort to sabotage the president it's an effort to deal with people who are sabotaging the president.

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"dr katz" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"dr katz" Discussed on WTVN

"Few weeks there will be phases to this but when you look at where we are here in the states right now we've got to stay home well we build up the others had a quick question stop transmitting stops spread other side build hospital capacity we know that we have a a extensive shortage of that and we're working tirelessly on getting supplies to hospitals getting new personnel out of retirement med students in building up our personnel and literally building hospitals and beds that is the equation that is a playbook in the war right now there's a false equivalency about everyone of these decisions is either health or economics they're both they're inextricably linked and so the thing is that Dr Katz is talking about a crucial pieces of a puzzle as well as learning from some of the apps technology the blood testing that is available in other countries like Asia like Singapore and South Korea but those are not apples to oranges of where it is apples to oranges they're not equivalencies of where we are now on the ground we are slowing it down and setting it down for a short period of time well we build that capacity and then use those techniques you're hearing about herd immunity yes some of us will get sick and when we're on the other side of it we would have got to get those folks back to work all of that is the next stage of a response it is the next stage in how we will eventually exit out of this but the truth is and people at home please hear this the most important.

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"dr katz" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"dr katz" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"That's great I mean I that must feel really good I mean you saw a difference in your cat in your cats but when other people are commenting that must be a really good feeling when you create a product like this that really works and helps jellydad doubly makes is really happy the kind of this like a the data section I think what we hear that kind of the backer here someone who's had a problem with the cap is such a long time and then to see this resolved that problem for them yeah I mean I had no idea there was that kind of stress among cats you know when they ate and had no I was that kind of yeah that kind of problem with your cats names not only have one cat Sputnik third that's really great well this is a really good product Lauren I find it very interesting so once again it's called Dr Katz bees feline whisker fatigue prevention bowl I which is a mouthful but it's really a a nice handsome looking at dish and it works where can I get it Lauren where would I lie and our website is doctor capital dot com but you could find the bowl on Amazon and also starting to roll in some retail stores so you could help me find it online doctor kept calm and that will have the doctor Kathleen spielen residents both for whisker petite and I guess you must be on maybe Facebook or Instagram those things as well yes we have our Facebook is doctor Kathleen and we have an Instagram too I think yeah we don't live in Instagram and people could probably send photos of their cat using it that would be cute to see the the follow up listen thank you so much Lauren for being here I really appreciated it and good luck with your product it seems like a real winner.

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"dr katz" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

08:57 min | 2 years ago

"dr katz" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Welcome back Dr Katz onto the dogs on him life radio we're continuing our conversation about canine behavior assessment with doctor circle Dr James are full so how do you think that our just head owning homes might be able to learn and use your assessment to their advantage to help their dogs yes well wearing them if you go to the website which is just W. W. dot C. Bach total you can sign in and you have to create a little profile fuel cells and then you can enter the information about your dog and at the end of that process you will be able to review a charge that will basically on the chart it will show you all of these different behavioral traits that the seed Bach measures and it will show you where the the average dog in our entire population of dogs in our database sits in relation to each other's behavioral traits and then you'll also be able to see where your dog is in relation to that population average and the distance as it were between where your dog is and whether the average it gives us a way of assessing how severe it's problems might be in particular areas we color code so that it is a really big difference and the difference is in a certain negative direction then you would get a a red color code for that particular chart and I would simply tell you that your dog is sort of pretty much getting into a danger zone in terms of that particular behavior and it gives you an opportunity to say okay well that's kind of what I thought but I wasn't quite sure if I might deception of the animal was was correct and this is confirmation that my dog is ready got a problem in this area and maybe I should seek professional help to help resolve this difficulty so that's one way in which people can use it the vast majority of people who use it just the just delighted to see you know whether the dog is in relation to the average dog on for the most part the news is positive so in that case you'll get a green color coded response and people find that very satisfying I think to find it that dog on the whole this is either near average or better than average than other dogs have you seen a strong correlation with different breeds of dogs and certain traits well certainly there are great differences in those pre differences are quite reliable and we've even I recently been able to show that some of those breed differences are linked to specific areas on the dog genome so there's a genetic basis for these great differences at the same time if you look within any breed is a tremendous amount of variation so you could say well I would like to get a golden retriever because I think you know the the personality of golden retriever is the kind of personality of dog that I want to have as a parent but there's no guarantee that you're going to get that perfect golden retriever up because a lot of variations that so yes there is certainly agree differences and yes those breed differences are related to genetics but also there's a lot of variation within every breed and some of that will be due to genetic factors and some of it will be due to the environment in which that particular dog was returned so if someone has a puppy what age of dog with with the assessment provide the most value we recommend not doing the assessment before the dog is six months old because some of his change a lot as we you know as most people would know in the behavior of a young puppy is not really a strong predictor of how it's going to be when it grows up and so we recommend earliest Seebach evaluation at six months and that's in fact the way the database is set up now are you calling to actually do an evaluation on a dog that's younger than six months of age the system will just send you a message saying sort of come back when the six months so if I did an assessment and then I implemented some sort of training and I sought help I talked to my veterinarian or I I work with a dog trainer could I see those changes on a later assessment or is it just once for each dog if you're a pet owner it's once for each dog if you'll a trainer or someone like that or an organization breeding dogs for particular purposes the system allows you to do multiple evaluations of the same animal so you can do an initial first evaluation of bass line if you like and then you can do follow up evaluations and I think trainers and dog breeders find that quite helpful because they want to see you the sort of before and after effects of whatever intervention they're proposing for the owner so do you think it's extremely individual how much of a child's personality is nurture verses nature I mean what what is your opinion on that I think when you're looking at the individual dog the bulk of the variation you're gonna see is due to the environment so it's going to be not sure rather than nature at the same time you know we all know in a sense the you know the the Jack Russells are different from the laboratory and that they have a sort of general have general characteristics which kind of defined the breed to some extent and just in terms of personality and in that sense I think there is you know clearly a genetic basis for the differences were aware all but at same time we may also be familiar with Jack Russells that don't fit the stereotype or Labradors that don't fit the stereotype of the Labrador and so really when you get that happening you have to assume that a large component of this variation we see between individuals is environmentally and juice so if someone has a mixed breed dog now I did the assessments and my dog it's not an expiry but if someone has a mixed breed dog they can still do the assessment right I absolutely yes it doesn't restrict anybody excellent well I really really appreciate your time today this is very fascinating because I believe that knowledge is power and anything that we can find out about our dog helps us be better dog owners and helps the dogs environment be better for the dog so I appreciate your time today very much no it's a pleasure you know I feel that anything we can do to help the welfare of companion animals is a good thing and so I appreciate being able to come on the show and talk to people about what we're doing so let's tell them one more time exactly how they can find more on the web address and find out more information and maybe even make a donation to your project yes I would be very welcome the the web address is simply W. W. W. dot C. B. A. R. Q. dot org C. B. A. R. Q. and someone in the cat one is F. E. B. A. R. Q. well that is delightful I loved that my dog was all in the green as I said my dog is perfect so I wasn't surprised by that but I really felt like just going through the steps in answering the questions made me think about who she is and so it was just very valuable and I want all of my listeners to go out and do this questionnaire because I think you will find it very enlightening and I want to thank all of the listeners for joining us today of course doctor circle and are amazing producer mark winter and I want you guys to all go out and raise the rough let's talk every week on demand only on live radio dot com Hey everyone shall burn here you know they say you are what you eat well guess what same is true for your for baby did you know that eighty percent of the immune system is influenced by the guy and not supporting the immune system to proper diet and digestive health helps your pet to better fight environmental allergies it's true I have a grandpa dogs I call him Mister Aziz now fourteen and over the years you know he's had his issues but lately he's had a lot of allergies and I recently put him on a solid gold die and I have noticed a major difference is arthritis stockyard greatest doesn't seem to bother him as much his old dog knows has healed up very nicely he just has a different kind of a spirit he just seems overall better and I need to be back to what he's eating solid gold all these are different than a lot of the pet foods out there because they cleanse the digestive system with whole superfoods are balanced with living probiotics there fueled with.

"dr katz" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

06:36 min | 2 years ago

"dr katz" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Welcome back Dr Katz onto the dogs on him life radio we're continuing our conversation about canine behavior assessment with doctor circle Dr James are full so how do you think that our just had owning homes might be able to learn and use your assessment to their advantage to help their dogs yes well when if you go to the website which is just W. W. dot C. blocked on a wheel you can sign in and you have to create a little profile fuel cells and then you can enter the the information about your dog and at the end of that process you will be able to review a charge that will basically on the chart it will show you all of these different behavioral traits that the C. Bach measures and it will show you where the the average dog in our entire population of dogs in our database sits in relation to each other's behavioral traits and then you'll also be able to see where your dog is in relation to that population average and the distance as it were between where your dog is and whether the average it gives us a way of assessing how Serbia its problems might be in particular areas we color code so that it is a really big difference and the difference is in a certain negative direction then you would get a a red color code for that particular chart and I would simply tell you that your dog this is pretty much getting into a dangers on in terms of that particular behavior and it gives you an opportunity to say okay well that's kind of what I thought but I wasn't quite sure if I might deception of the animal was was correct and this is confirmation that my dog is ready got a problem in this area and maybe I should seek professional help to help resolve this difficulty so that's one way in which people can use it the vast majority of people who use it just the just delighted to see you know whether the dog is in relation to the average dog and for the this pot the news is positive so in that case you'll get a green color coded response and people find that very satisfying I think to find it that dog on the whole this is either near average or better than average than than other dogs have you seen a strong correlation with different breeds of dogs and certain traits well certainly there are great differences in those pre differences are quite reliable and we've even I recently been able to show that some of those breed differences are linked to specific areas on the dog genome so there's a genetic basis for these great differences at the same time if you look within any breed is a tremendous amount of variation so you could say well I would like to get a golden retriever because I think you know the the personality of golden retriever is the kind of personality of dog that I want to have as a parent but there's no guarantees that your going to get that perfect golden retriever up because a lot of variations that so yes there is certainly agree differences and yes those breed differences are related to genetics but also there's a lot of variation within every breed and some of that will be due to genetic factors and some of it will be due to the environment in which that particular dog was returned so if someone has a puppy what age of dog with with the assessment provide the most value we recommend not doing the assessment before the dog is six months old because some of his changes looked as we you know I'm as most people would know you know the behavior of a young puppy is not really a strong predictor of how it's going to be when it grows up and so we recommend earliest Seebach evaluation at six months and that's in fact the way the database is set up now are you calling to actually do an evaluation on a dog that's younger than six months of age the system will just send you a message saying sort of come back when the dog six months so if I did an assessment and then I implemented some sort of training and I sought help I talked to my veterinarian or I I work with a dog trainer could I see those changes on a later assessment or is it just once for each dog if you're a pet owner it's once for each dog if you'll a trainer or someone like that or an organization breeding dogs for particular purposes the system allows you to do multiple evaluations of the same animal so you can do an initial first evaluation of bass line if you like and then you can do follow up evaluations and I think trainers and dog breeders find that quite helpful because they want to see you the sort of before and after effects of whatever intervention they're proposing for the owner so do you think it's extremely individual how much of a child's personality is nurture verses nature I mean what what is your opinion on that I think when you're looking at the individual dog the bulk of the variation you're going to see is due to the environment so it's going to be not sure rather than nature at the same time you know we all know in a sense that you know the the Jack Russells are different from Labradors and that they have a sort of general have general characteristics which kind to define the breed to some extent and just in terms of personality and in that sense I think there is you know clearly a genetic basis for the differences that we're aware all but at same time we may also be familiar with Jack Russells that don't fit the stereotype or Labradors that don't fit the stereotype of the Labrador and so really when you get that happening you have to assume that a large component of this variation we see between individuals is environmentally and juice so if someone has a mixed breed dog now I did the assessments and my dog is not an expiry but if someone has a mixed breed dog they can still do the assessment right absolutely yes it doesn't restrict anybody excellent well I really really appreciate your time today this is very fascinating because I believe that knowledge is power and anything that we can find out about our dog helps us be better dog owners and helps the dogs environment be better for the dog so I appreciate your time today very much no it's a pleasure I you know I feel that anything we can do to help the welfare of companion animals is a good thing and so I appreciate being able to come on the show and talk to people about what we're doing so let's tell them one more time exactly how.

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"dr katz" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

08:59 min | 2 years ago

"dr katz" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Welcome back, Dr Katz onto the dogs, and we have sort of a sobering topic today. But something that really really needs to be discussed, and Dr Sharib, we Sonnen. I have been talking about the five ways to know when it's time to say goodbye, and we talked about eating and how much she and I both like that. And your dog probably likes it too. We've talked about keeping your food down not commenting and having diarrhea and reaching a point where those medications really aren't making an impact and that pets liked to be clean and dry, and that can depend on what the owner is able and willing to do and your dog wants you to be happy as well. And whether or not your dog is able to do the things that they love or even experiencing the things that they hate. So the last thing Dr Brisson that I really wanted to hit. And I think it's it's super culminate. Of all of this is you said that you would like for the jobs have more good than bad each day. Can you go into that? Some certainly so we again, we kind of when we live with these pets all the time. We don't notice things because they happen so gradually, and I think we get to a point where most clients I think call me when they get to where the dog is having good hours in the day, but not even full good days anymore. And so I think thinking about that as your pet ages. What is a good day for your pet and kind of listing those things of what makes a good. What does he really enjoy as you see these things drop off not just to wait for them to drop off and then youth Anais, but to talk about your vet or talk to your vet about these things a little bit sooner. But we want them to have more good times than that. I think all of us want that for our own lives. And so if you if they're sleeping a whole lot. You know, sleep is is okay. If it's if it's restful and they're not agitated or anxious. I think that's fine. But there may. Be a reason for that that that they're uncomfortable and they're trying to hide from pain. So we just need to make sure that we don't take their happiness for granted. If they still get so excited when you come home, and they want to be petted and loved and they're still enjoy going for walks, even if they're a little shorter than I think, we're doing okay. But we need to address the things that make their their quality of life poor. And I think a lot of times we just like you said stick our heads in the sand and hope for the best. And then when our pet is only having one or two good hours in a day or just a few good minutes in a day. Then we're calling and by then it's at the point where where we really don't have a lot of options except extreme hospice care or euthanasia. And sometimes even those pets I being a hospice that I can always come up with something to do. But often I get to that point. And I just I wish they called me sooner because I could have helped and maybe given them some more time. So you had something that I know that you do that. I want to share you said that when you were going. Through an end of life experience you made a list. So can you tell my dog lovers a little bit about your list? Yes. When I was preparing so lose my my little dachshund. He was eating like a little pig, but he was having some serious hazing at night. And and issues that come with cognitive dysfunction. And so when I'm going to lose a pet I have to talk to myself like I talked to my clients because I am terrible. I am just a freak out. Mom, and I suddenly forget everything I know about veterinary medicine, so the hospice vet hat goes on. And I talked to myself in my head and say, okay, you know, are you meeting all the quality of life issues? I'll take my own quality of life quiz on my website. And see how my pet is doing. But with my dachshund, it was hard because he was still so interested in food, and he really his brain was his his main problem, you know, he had a little bit of back pain and stuff, but nothing I couldn't handle with hospice care. And so it was hard for me to make the call. And so I made a list of all the things he would be missing if he wasn't here tomorrow. And that was the good and the bad and broke my. Heart. But the only good thing on the list was two bowls of food because he didn't love my husband, and I anymore. He didn't want to be near us. He paced all the time. He didn't play with his toys. He just didn't do any of his normal behaviors. And I kept him going because I hadn't sat down and really thought about what brought him joy in life, and he got pleasure from eating his breakfast and eating his dinner and any treats him between. And that was it. And that's no life at all. And so that was finally what what got my husband, and I to go. Oh, wow. You know, we've really this has gone onto long, and we need to to say goodbye. So you mentioned that on your website. There is a quiz is that what you said. Yes. So my website is h H P hospice dot com or helping hands pet hospice dot com and under the quality of life tab. There are the seven things that we talked about for my bare bones minimum quality of life. And then underneath that. There's a longer kind of quiz that has all kinds of symptoms. You are welcome. Any of your listeners are welcome to go there. And take the quiz and send it to me. I'll be happy to talk to you in general terms about your pet or just to take the quiz and kind of get that list and see. Wow. You know, that's a lot of stuff and print it out and take it to your veterinarian and tell them these are the things I'm noticing that my pet is having trouble with what can we do about them? And I think putting things on paper were so emotional about our pets. I think really kind of pros and cons writing things down. And I tell families everyone in the family should take the quiz separately. Because I'm amazed at how differently people interpret how their pets behaving, and it helps me to help them to know. Okay. They agree on these issues. But these issues they disagree on. So let's delve into that deeper. And what is your wife seeing that your husband's not seeing or vice versa? So we can all get on the same page. So I think an objective assessment can be really helpful in in deciding what's going on. And you mentioned that some owners kind of have a line in the sand. If she doesn't want to chase her baller. She doesn't want to eat her breakfast or whatever. And so. So things like that questionnaires and communication with your veternarian can help you draw your line in the sand. I think definitely and lines can change. You don't you know, it's not set in stone. But for instance, I have clients that have their own medical problems. And they say, you know, I have a large dog if I get to the point where I have to lift him up off the floor than I can't do this anymore. And I think that's really that's really good to know what your limitations are. Because certainly your dog would not want you to end up having to have back surgery because you had to haul them up off the floor because I can be painful for them too. So it's painful for you and painful for them and pain medication isn't helping then it may be time. And that's okay. I think our own limitations, whether they're financial or emotional or time or physical. I think we really need to consider that because we tend to be selfless with our pets and want to do everything for them. But sometimes that released detrimental to us and our pets are here. So that we can love them, and they can love us, and we can bring each other mutual joy if we're hurting each other than. We need to really consider whether this needs to go on. Well, I have so much enjoyed talking to you. I think that this information is going to help a lot of people. I think that I want everybody to know there's not a perfect time because every dog is an individual in every pet owner is an individual. So if you can use the things that we've talked about to kinda help you decide your own, and you know, that there's not really a wrong answer. And there's not really perfect time. I really think that that should be our parting gift that we give you all do you have anything else that you would like to add Dr John? No, I think that's it. I just I feel for pet owners because I am one. And I just know how hard this decision is. And I know so many of them say, I'm not strong enough, or oh, I was too weak to make the caller. I waited too long, and they beat themselves up forever. There is a zone between too early in too late. And it's a very big zone. And even the too early in the too late are subjective. So don't be hard on yourselves. You are. Or trying to do what you're what you need to do for your pet in every decision. You're making is being made out of love. And you can't go wrong when you're doing that. So we just need to make sure we're addressing their quality of life issues. And if they need pain medication or they need something to help them be more comfortable that we provide that. And if we can't or we won't or their pet won't take the medication that we say goodbye rather than than letting them be in distress. But but take it easy on yourself. This is hard for everyone including trained professionals. Yeah. That's a perfect closing statement. Because it's definitely hard for me. And I know it has been hard for you. And it will always be hard. It's always going to be hard. But communicate with your veterinarian look up, Dr we website. So that you can see her little checklist and make your own list of the good things and the bad things that your dog might be missing. If he or she wasn't here tomorrow, that's really helpful. And I think that that's where I'm gonna close so everybody will remember it. So thank you. Dr John for joining me today. I really love.

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"dr katz" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

07:19 min | 2 years ago

"dr katz" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"How are you? Dr katz. Thank you. Oh, all you. Welcome. I have been nervous sky nervous person. I have two issues. Go ahead. Number one a few years ago. I had prostate cancer. And I have radiation treatment radiation treatment. And so I am seeing you wrong with on a regular basis. So my first issue is. Shortage of of. Prostate cancer coming back or. Well, that's why you need to be monitored. Rich mean cancer in all forms than whether or not it's prostate or breast or colon or whatever it may be there still may be some cells that may have been left behind in untreated or a new cancer could develop because you've already had cancer before. So you know, it depending upon your situation before you were treated if the type of risk category that you were in if you're in a low risk or a higher risk based upon your PSA Gleason, but you've been treated a number of years ago, and your PSA is doing okay, I assume so forwarded okay, how how low is a PSA right now. Not too short. Okay. Well, if it's a relatively low and stable number, and you've been out from radiation for a number of years, the more years out from the radiation, the lower the chance it's gonna come back. It's never zero. It's never zero rich, but it's gonna be pretty low, and if you had radiation at a reputable center, and you've been treated well with minimal side effects. I would say if you're out more than how many years ago, did you have it? You said four years. Number of years ago, a number of years ago, you probably should get usually tell my patients to do a PSA about every six months that are out a number of years ago with a digital rectal examination. Just to check the the prostate okay here because I don't want to have to go through surgery. No, you're not going to go through surgery. If it came back. There is a procedure that I actually do called Krause surgery where you could freeze the area, but you'd probably not gonna have radical surgery rich, and if you've been out a few years, it sounds like you're doing fine, buddy. Dr cats and what one last question playmate. Different subject right now. I'm suffering from depression. And I'll tell you why a few months a few months ago, I moved to this new apartment. And I didn't do enough research. And I'm very, you know. I am. Happy here. I my name is on the list for two for about two other places. I do want to move to. So rich are not going to be able to help you with that. I'm waiting came at this. Yeah. I'm very sorry. I'm not gonna be able to help you with that. I think if you're having to signs of depression or feeling depression than obviously you need to seek a help. And and and make sure that you have an internist that can refer you to a psychiatrist, okay. Okay. I'm sorry, rich. I wouldn't be able to help you with that. So that that would be my my recommendation for you, my friend. Okay. Thank you. Okay. All right. Be well. There's a doctor online doctor Lorraine from Manhattan. Good morning. Yes. Good morning, Dr Katz. Doctor Lorraine Christmas. I'm actually thrilled to be speaking to you. Listen to your show every single Sunday before ended church. Okay. I'm an OBGYN. And I just was wondering if you can give us a little basic information about the workup for a healthy sixty two year old male that is now experiencing erectile dysfunction. Okay. Over some of the basics. Yeah. Well. I have a couple minutes, but otherwise healthy gentleman who's. So he's in. I you would wanna do an obvious thing. Look at his weight. Because. He's a marathon runner. Okay. So I assume his weight is good because you're not running marathons if you're too overweight at one hundred and despite being in good weight is so that's obviously a an advantage. You want to check the basic things blood pressure. You know, vital signs his heart rate is blood pressure. Make sure that those are okay. Because certainly uncontrolled hypertension can be a predisposing factor and can affect the small arteries that are going down into the to the peanuts. So that would be something laboratory values. Obviously cholesterol is extremely important both the LDL the HD levels as well as a hormonal levels. And I would get a serum to start strong on an all of my guys that are experiencing new onset of erectile dysfunction. Physical examination is going to be important to make sure that the penis actually feels normal that there's no plaques or hardness in the top part of the penis called a that's called the parolees which can cause a curvature of the penis in later forms can certainly be a risk factor for wreck town dysfunction. There are tests that can be done in the office Doppler ultrasound, which can be looking at the blood flow to the penis. Those are pretty easy to do in most urology offices, and we certainly could do that. At NYU. We have a number of experts in in male, you know, sexual dysfunction, so physical examination ultrasound blood tests. And then, you know, there's this whole emotional component that certainly needs to be discussed with the patient as to what's going on in his life. Is he married is he happy with his marriage as you have sexual drive. There would be a level of testosterone, which could also be very helpful there. But that's extremely important doc in cardiology work up necessary, perhaps like could be underlying heart disease decree. Absolutely. Absolutely. And oftentimes I've said in the past on the show, the penis can be a window to the heart and what's going on. And certainly, you know, he's a marathon runner. But you know, you hear stories about guys that are super athletes that that do have underlying cardiac disease may be at some underlying genetics or hypercholesterolemia. So certainly. A cardiac evaluation if it's a certain thing, he should see an internal. And. Much for your time. And I'm gonna make sure we give him your number. Thank you. I'm sorry. Didn't have more time to go into it. It's really rather whole longer discussion. But there's the brief outline of it. Anyway, I hope you'll enjoy this wonderful weather today and get outside and breeze and enjoy the day. I'll be here next week every Sunday here on campus corner. Have a great day everyone. This is Dr Aaron Katz. WABC New York.

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"dr katz" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

06:47 min | 3 years ago

"dr katz" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"And you're listening to my dog digs dirt. We are talking today to pet entrepreneurs and learning how they got started. And what products they are offering. It's very interesting. I now on the show we have Lauren collusive who created a product to solve what turns out to be a rather common cat problem. I called Dr cat spy's feline whisker fatigue prevention ball. That's a mouthful Lauren. Thank you. Thank you for being here. It's so funny. Calling Lauren from Lord. But I'm really glad to have you on the show. Tell me about this bowl. I don't have a cat. I'd like to adopt one. But I do understand that this is an issue for cats when it comes to eating, and it's something that you really thought about while creating this product. Yeah, definitely it's interesting because the way I discovered it I had I had a cat had three cats and one of the cats would only a little bowl. And then he would not be other cats out of the way, they need out of the middle of their bowls do and I thought he was a mean bully or right isolated feed them separately. If you do the same thing all by himself you'd eat out of the middle. And then with all the food on the site. He just look up at me and cry has yet no food at all. And so why realizing that this is the thing I did some research online that I have a background outside product designer. And so, of course, I did a product design thing I measured out stasis whiskers and how they moved around, and then I three D printed a prototype bowl that was just built for his face. When I fed him out of that bowl. It was the first time that he ate everything. No problem. No crying. And he finished with your kid. Yeah. Happy. And then we started we decided to try to make more prototypes. In custom with all kinds of cats like ones that definitely had a whisker problem once that didn't have any noticeable issue, and what we found out like the side by side testing that even the cats without a whisker issue by the end of the week would prefer a bowl over their normal high sided page bowl. And so I need an definitely whiskers part of it. In other thing, we discovered inside cats all blindspot underneath their nose. So they can't see the food. And so Mike in waiting for them to like try to snoop around the bone the gets caught in the corner this whereas with our bowl the design ended up keeping all the food in the middle. Yeah. No. I mean, it's very interesting to very nice product. It really is. I like the fact that it's stainless steel, and I understand cats suffer from rashes. So this helps them as well. Did you find that is that one of the reasons you made stainless steel think originally woman doing a research? Like solve a problem. I listen was in plastic them when we when I read it, and and some of these other threads people were telling me, you can't do that. Because plastics, you can say plastics, even the pre plastics. They can house bacteria that doesn't even wash out with a dishwasher. And what happens is, you know, like arguments meet with a fork or spoon in some contact with us like when with catch dishes so bad times. They're like no some parts of their face coming into direct contact with that constantly. So daily steel is like the best slammed is pretty good. It's about their too. But there are some that are pours the plastic. I guess was the question to media elite. So we we went and we looked up feed grade stainless steel that's used for like human kitchen, where we try to get like the highest quality steel, you know, for human standard that we couldn't even end up using a lot sticker steal than I think we're about three times and speakers other competitor bowl spa for pets, even so that's wonderful. I mean, and and you're helping the cat, you're really helping. The cat. How does it work? It's designed from a cat's measurements. You're saying from your cat. Which is how you you said you started we started with Julie. And then when you know, just like any other ergonomic study that first one was like the perfect thing for that one cat, but then to get up and write deal, we measure other cats, and we stayed out. Yeah. Yeah. It's it's kind of. Right. And we would get more and more measurements. We started averaging out things like the distance between the whiskers, you know, like, how weather knows was the average mobility of like how far the whiskers moved back when the eat and how an in the wake of the whiskers. And so we were able to take all that data, and we also combined that by looking at like daily recommended servings for seventy or eighty different speeds for cats, and we reached those two like the what the daily amount. So we ended up with a pooping volume match like perfect shape for the cats face. So we felt like in the end, that's probably the most perfect shape when we talk about all the measurements of death. I mean, of course, we keep thinking more and more measurements of cats. It'd be great if we could measure every kind of world, but found that the data didn't move too much. Once we got to a certain amount of measurements started coming to the shape that we feel like the perfect shape. And I imagine you must have been and are getting good feedback from this from cat owners. We've been getting we've been hearing some fun stories some interest. He wants to even some surprising once about like, you know, this is designed for me. But some people they had upon where they're kept wouldn't shrink water out of the bowl and the audience mouth and out though, pon donors got one of these bowls and the cat intriguing out of the bowl and. That's great. That must feel really good. I mean, you saw a difference in your cat and your cats. But when other people are commenting that must be a really good feeling when you create a product like this that really works and helps definitely. Makes us really happy kind of like. Affection. I think what we feel that kind of feedback or here's somebody who's had a problem with capital such a long time. And then to see this resolved that problem for them. Yeah. I had no idea there was that kind of stress among cats, you know, when they eight and had no idea. Yeah. That kind of problem. What are your cats names have one cat Sputnik? That's really great. Well, this is a really good product, Lauren. I find it very interesting. So once again, it's called Dr Katz. B's feline whisker fatigue prevention bowl, which is a mouthful, but it's really a a nice handsome looking dish. And it works where can folks get it. Lauren. Online. A website is Dr Katz dot com, but you could find the bowl on Amazon, and we're starting to roll out in some retail stores. So you could definitely find it online. Dr casper dot com, and we'll have the doctor cats feline remedies for whisker fatigue. And I guess you must be on maybe Facebook or Instagram those things as well. Yes. We have a Facebook is Dr Katz B, and we have an Instagram too. I think we have an Instagram. And people could probably send photos of their cat using it that would be cute to see the follow up. Listen. Thank you so much Lauren for being here. I really appreciate it and good luck with your product. It seems like a real winner. Oh,.

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"dr katz" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

02:40 min | 3 years ago

"dr katz" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"And then when you know, just like any other dynamics study that first one was like the perfect thing for that one cat, but then to get up and better idea, we measure other cats and weak state. Yeah. Yeah. It's it's kind of with one one, right? And that's when we get more and more measurements. We started averaging out things like the distance between the whiskers, you know, like how why nose was the average mobility of like how far the whiskers moved back when they eat and how in the wake of the whiskers. And so we were able to take all that data. And then we also combine that by looking at food like daily recommended servings for seventy or eighty different foods for cats, and we average those two like the recommended daily amount. So we ended up with a volume that match like perfect shape for the cats face. So we we felt like Indian that's probably the most perfect shape. When we talk about all the measurements of cats. I mean, of course, we keep thinking more and more measurements of cats. It'd be great if we can measure every kind of world, but found that the data didn't move too much. Once we got to a certain amount of measurements started coming to shape that we feel like the perfect shape. And I imagine you must have been and are getting good feedback from this from cat owners. We've been getting we've been hearing some fun stories. Someone trusting wants to even some surprising about like, you know, this was designed for me. But some people can't we didn't drink water out of the bowl and they pardons their mouth and tweak. It though pond. One of those owners got one of these bowls and the cat intriguing out of the bowl. And you'll problem. That's great. I mean, I bet that must feel really good. I mean, you saw a difference in your cat in your cats. But when other people are commenting that must be a really good feeling when you create a product like this that really works and helps those definitely makes us really happy. Kind of this is like this that inspection. I think what we hear that kind of feedback. Here's someone who settled problem with capital such a long time. And then to see this resolved that problem for them. Yeah. I mean, I had no idea there was that kind of stress among cats. You know, when they ate and had no idea was kind of. Yeah. That kind of problem. What are your cats names? Not only have one cat Sputnik? Third. That's really great. Well, this is a really good product, Lauren. I find it very interesting. So once again, it's called Dr Katz. B's feline whisker fatigue prevention bowl, which is a mouthful, but it's really a nice handsome looking dish. And it works where can folks get it. Lauren. Online or what's your cats dot com? But you could find the bull on Amazon and also we're starting to roll in some retail stores. So you can definitely find it online..

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